Join Date: Jun 2006
Own a Commander?: Yes
Model year: 2006
Trim Package: Limited
Power-Train: 5.7L V-8 Hemi
If 4WD - system: QD-II
i bought a used 2006 commander today with the 4.7. i have read in places that ALL commanders come standard with the all wheel drive quadra drive 1, unless specified you have the other more elaborate 4 wheel drive systems. my question is simple (forgive my ignorance): does my truck have the quadradrive 1 sysyem...did i read that right that it is standard......or does it have a plain-old 2 rear wheel drive system?
thanks very much in advance.
All Commanders are not 4WD or AWD (there is a difference between the two). There are plenty of 2WD Commanders. There is no 4WD system called "quadra drive 1". The 4WD systems available on the Commander are Quadra-Trac I, Quadra-Trac II, and Quadra-Drive II. The best way to find out how your vehicle is equiped is to get a build sheet for it from Chrysler customer service. Here is a link to their email contact form. This is probably the best way to contact them. You will need your VIN #. Just put in that you would like the build sheet for your vehicle.
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