Let's see... it's about $40 grand new.
You can go 4-wheeling in plush heated leather seats while listening to MP3's or satellite radio on a Boston Acoustics system. And you can very clearly hear that sound system because the Commander is all but totally isolated from outside noise.
You have power adjustable gas and brake pedals, windows, door locks, mirrors, and power seats on the passenger side as well as the driver’s.
You have windshield wipers that wipe by themselves when the windshield is wet, headlights that turn on when it gets dark, and headlights that automatically switch to high beams when there are no cars coming, and low when they are.
You have touch screen GPS navigation, and if the options are installed, entertainment systems in the back seats, and those rear seats, of course, have their own A/C and heating system complete with separate temperature controls.
The mirrors are automatic dimming, including the outside mirror if that option is installed.
The rear glass opens with a push button on the remote. And… that same remote contains a button for remote engine starting if it has that option.
The commander has no less than three sunroofs. (Who else has that?!?)
Boy, I don’t know. If the Commander isn’t a luxury vehicle, it’s only about one millimeter away from being one.