About Jeep Commander
The Jeep Commander has two versions, the XK or XH (its export version), and the 2022 version. Both are classified as mid-size SUVs and are manufactured by Jeep, Chrysler. The former was debuted in 2005 for the 2006 model year, and the latter was a new model started in 2021. The name first appeared as a concept car during the 1999 auto show circuit, featuring an experimental direct methanol fuel cell that could charge its nickel-metal battery pack by producing electricity. However, this had no relation to our protagonist.
The production of the Jeep Commander XK was first announced at the 2005 New York Auto Show as a five- or seven-passenger Liberty's counterpart. Its aim was to target the consumers looking for a three-row SUV. However, the vehicle was designed to be only two inches longer than the same brand's Grand Cherokee with two rows of seats and sharing the same assembly line. They also shared the same unibody construction independent short/long arm front suspension and its 5-link live rear axle. A V6 or V8 engine was equipped, with a 5-speed automatic transmission. The V6 Diesel engine was offered as an option in Chile, South Africa, and South Korea. An optional Command View sunroof package was also offered, including a power front sunroof and two smaller sunroofs over the second-row seats.
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The Jeep Commander 2022, also known as the Meridian in India, was produced since 2021, based on the second-generation Compass and the FCA Small Wide LWB 4x4 platform. The Commander offered three-row seating and was mainly sold in markets like Latin America and India. Normally, the vehicle is a 5-door model, equipped with a 1.3 L GSE T4 I4 turbo petrol or a 2.0 L Multijet II I4 turbo engine, accompanied by a 6-speed or a 9-speed automatic transmission. In Brazil, the engine was also called T270, producing the power of 185 PS (182 hp; 136 kW) and 27.5 kg·m (270 N·m; 199 lb-ft). Our parts offer all the trims of the model. The parts are designed and tested by the original team that developed the car so that your safety and car life can be ensured.