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The Jeep Commander, a mid-size SUV by Jeep, Chrysler, comes in two versions, the XK (or XH for export) and the 2022 model. Initially launched in 2005 as a counterpart to the Liberty, the Commander XK aimed to attract consumers seeking a three-row SUV. Despite being just two inches longer than the Grand Cherokee, it offered extra seating capacity while sharing the same unibody construction, independent short/long arm front suspension, and 5-link live rear axle. It featured either a V6 or V8 engine with a 5-speed automatic transmission, and in select markets, a V6 Diesel engine option was available. An optional Command View sunroof package added a power front sunroof and two smaller second-row sunroofs. The 2022 Commander, known as Meridian in India, built on the FCA Small Wide LWB 4x4 platform, continues the three-row seating tradition. Primarily aimed at Latin American and Indian markets, it comes as a 5-door model with a 1.3 L GSE T4 I4 turbo petrol or a 2.0 L Multijet II I4 turbo engine, and either a 6-speed or 9-speed automatic transmission. In Brazil, the T270 version of the engine offers 185 PS (182 hp; 136 kW) and 27.5 kg·m (270 N·m; 199 lb-ft) of power.
Despite its robust four-wheel drive system and excellent off-road capabilities, the Jeep Commander isn't immune to issues that typically arise with mileage accumulation. Some drivers have reported instances where the engine stalls without warning. This is usually evident in older models or those used in harsh road conditions, and it can manifest as engine misfires, rough idling, loss of power and acceleration, and decreased fuel economy. In such cases, it's advisable to check the ignition coil, fuel pump, or timing chain tensioner. Another issue is with the suspension system, identifiable by clunking, rattling, or squeaking noises emanating from beneath the car. These sounds tend to intensify over time, and they're often coupled with sluggish handling response and vibrations felt through the steering wheel. This generally indicates a fault in the control arm or sway bar bushing. Furthermore, the windshield wiper or wiper blade and headlights can degrade over time, affecting their performance. Regular checks and maintenance of these components are essential to ensure safety during rides.
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