Jeep Commander – Best Window Repair Service – Phoenix

Need to get the window repaired on your Jeep Commander? We get excellent OEM prices for Jeep Commander windows, mirrors and windshields. Call us today.

  • Front Windshields
  • Back Windshields
  • Drivers Side Door Windows
  • Passenger Side Door Windows
  • Side View Mirrors

As a preferred vendor and one of the largest Phoenix auto glass companies in Arizona, we get better than average deals on auto glass which allows us to keep our high quality work and affordable rates for repairs on mirrors, windshields, windows, sunroofs and annealed or tempered glass for homes.

Call Our Phoenix Valley Wide Number: 602-892-0202

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Best Jeep Commander Window Repair in Phoenix

  • 200,000+ satisfied customers since 2001
  • No Extra Charge mobile service in the Phoenix Valley
  • A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau
  • #1 local Jeep Commander glass installation in Arizona
  • All our technicians have 10+ years of experience
  • We work with ALL the major insurance companies
  • Voted the best Phoenix glass repair company by our customers

Call Us Anytime. Phoenix Valley: 602-892-0202

We pride ourselves on quality and service. No gimmicks. We also offer Carlite Soundscreen glass which is specifically designed to lock in the noise you want and block out the noise you don’t want.

Phoenix Valley, AZ Auto Glass – No Gimmicks

We provide FREE mobile service to all areas of the Phoenix Valley, including auto glass repair in Scottsdale, Surprise, Wickenburg, Carefree and Buckeye.

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    Reviews From Other Happy Auto Glass Customers

    The Jeep Commander was first introduced at the 2005 New York Auto Show. It was sold as a 5 or 7-passenger counterpart to the third generation Jeep Grand Cherokee, with the initial inspiration coming from the Jeep Grand Wagoneer. It shared its uniframe construction, independent short/long arm front suspension and its 5-link live rear axle with the Grand Cherokee on which it was based. However, It featured a more box-like appearance, with an upright windshield and squared-off sides; it more closely resembled the discontinued Jeep Cherokee (XJ), as well as the second generation Jeep Liberty/Cherokee.

    Another notable attribute was its stepped roof which was cleverly disguised by the roof rack; similar to the GMC Envoy XL and Chevrolet TrailBlazer EXT. This allowed the second and third-row seats to be mounted higher than the first-row seats.