How long does a Jeep Commander last?

On average, a Jeep Commander will last 10-15 years and can do between 150,000 and 200,000 miles.

Are Jeep Commanders reliable?

Jeep Commander Ratings Overview The Jeep Commander Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5. It ranks 15th out of 32 for all car brands.

What year is a Jeep Commander?

Jeep Commander (XK)

Jeep Commander
Production July 18, 2005–2010
Model years 2006–2010
Assembly Austria (XH): Graz (Magna Steyr) United States: Detroit, Michigan (Jefferson North Assembly Plant)
Designer Don Renkert (2002)

Is the Jeep Commander full-time 4WD?

The Commander Limited 4×4 models come standard with a full-time active 4WD system, Jeep’s Quadra-Trac II.

Is the Jeep Commander good off road?

The Commander drives better than a Tahoe (which feels more like a bathtub half filled with water). The Commander’s turning radius is superior to any of the vehicles from Ford or GM. That is a useful feature when maneuvering during off-road driving.

Why did they stop making Jeep commanders?

For those of you who don’t know, the Jeep Commander was Jeep’s 3-row SUV — a larger, boxier Grand Cherokee, for people who wanted the Jeep brand name, but needed more space. Unfortunately, the Commander wasn’t tremendously well received, mainly due to quality issues, and Jeep got rid of it after the 2010 model year.

What is bad about Jeeps?

“One of the drawbacks of Jeeps is their fuel consumption,” he said. “Compared to other smaller and weaker cars, Jeeps can use twice as much fuel. They especially use much more fuel in the city than on the open road. However, it remains one of the most reliable, safe and fun vehicles to own.”

Is the 2008 Jeep Commander a good car?

If you covet Jeep’s tough “Trail Rated” image and reputation in a quiet, fully-equipped, leather-lined cabin, you’ll like the 2008 Jeep Commander all the more. If your SUV needs are more about fashion than function, and/or your driving preferences are more attuned to on-road ride and handling than off-road aptitude, this may not be the car for you.

What kind of engine does a Commander Sport have?

The 2008 Jeep Commander Sport boasts a 3.7-liter V6 engine, 17-inch cast-aluminum wheels, power front windows, heated power mirrors, air conditioning, cruise control, AM/FM/CD six-speaker audio and rear park assist.

What kind of technology does a Jeep Commander have?

Jeep’s most advanced four-wheel-drive technology, Quadra-Drive II uses front and rear Electronic Slip Differentials (ELSDs) to transfer up to all available torque to any individual wheel with traction.

What kind of mileage does a Jeep Commander get?

Despite its size, power and simple OHV (pushrod) valvetrain, it delivers respectable EPA fuel economy ratings of 13 miles per gallon city and 18 miles per gallon highway, due to its Multi-Displacement System (MDS), which transparently disables four of its eight cylinders at light loads to conserve fuel.