The New York Times has written a not so flattering review of the Jeep Commander, even envoking a little “Hummer envy”.
bq. The Commander performs such chores with an undeniable presence, like it or not, and one with overtones of the Hummer. There is a blunt seven-slot grille, a bunkerlike greenhouse and squarish windows. While the Commander doesn’t compete directly with any of the three existing Hummers, it could be seen as a retort to a brand that has stolen some of the rough-and-ready image that Jeep used to claim exclusively. (The chicken-or-egg debate doesn’t end there, given that several of Hummer’s styling cues seem to have been borrowed from Jeep in the first place.)