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Bought our 06 4.7L Sport back in 2009. Been hanging around the site for quite sometime but never formally introduced myself. Well it's time. My name is David and I love my Commander. Wouldn't trade my Commander for anything. It's my ride, my truck, my tractor. There isn't much that I don't use my Commander for. Family [wife, and two adult sons] have always liked the Commander and feels it's me. The people I work with always shake their head when they see me driving the Commander. It has some scratches, the paints a little dull, she's creeks a wee bit, but mechanically she is rock solid. Motor is still strong, just finished replacing all the front suspension components, tires [Nokian] little over 6 months old. Sure my Commander gets around 12 miles to the gallon, but it's worth it because when the snow falls she comes to life. Thanks to this site, and all of the knowledgeable contributors I've been able to keep my Commander running strong.


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2006 4.7L Sport black with khaki interior. Purchased in 2009. Located in Ontario, Canada.


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Bought our 06 4.7L Sport back in 2009. Been hanging around the site for quite sometime but never formally introduced myself. Well it's time. My name is David and I love my Commander. Wouldn't trade my Commander for anything. It's my ride, my truck, my tractor. There isn't much that I don't use my Commander for. Family [wife, and two adult sons] have always liked the Commander and feels it's me. The people I work with always shake their head when they see me driving the Commander. It has some scratches, the paints a little dull, she's creeks a wee bit, but mechanically she is rock solid. Motor is still strong, just finished replacing all the front suspension components, tires [Nokian] little over 6 months old. Sure my Commander gets around 12 miles to the gallon, but it's worth it because when the snow falls she comes to life. Thanks to this site, and all of the knowledgeable contributors I've been able to keep my Commander running strong.


Thanks David T.:smile2:
Welcome to the forum @davidtoldo;

Post some pics of your Commander when you can; Here are some links to help you out if you want to do upgrades or repairs to your XK;

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Also, please read this if you haven't done so already - lots of good information in here;

REQUIRED READING!!! New Member Introduction post & other important new member info.

Thanks and again, welcome aboard.
 
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