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Jeep Commander Coolant Type

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Jeep Commander

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You can find 26 different trims for the Jeep Commander and their corresponding recommended coolant type.

The years available stretch from 2005 through to 2010 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.

The Commander first made its debut in 2005. The model saw only two generations hit the market. The first of these was retired with the release of the second in 2010, while the second was discontinued in 2022.

Similar to many of Jeep’s models, the Commander typically faces competition from both inside and outside of the Jeep lineup. In this case, the Grand Cherokee is often compared to it.

Other competition comes from the likes of the Toyota Highlander, Toyota FJ Cruiser, and Ford Edge are also rival models.

Trim levels for the mid-size crossover have consisted of just three options. These are the base Sport, followed by the Limited, and lastly the premium Overland.

There were also a number of special edition models like the 65th Anniversary Edition and the Rocky Mountain version. Both of these boasted unique badging throughout, as well as various additional features.

Jeep released only four powertrains for the model. These included three petrol powertrains and a turbocharged 3.0 L V6 diesel. The petrol engines are a 3.7 L V6, a 4.7 L V8, and a 5.7 L Hemi V8 that was available only in the Limited trim level.

A hybrid version was also released for the Chinese market during the second generation. This was a plug-in hybrid variant that was unveiled in 2017.

These engines were limited to just two 5-speed automatic transmissions. Drive systems were either RWD or a number of 4WD options.

These 4WD systems came in three levels, similar to trim packages. These were called the Quadra-Trac I, Quadra-Trac II, and finally Quadra-Drive II. Each of these options came with improvements for off-road capabilities, with the Quadra-Drive II being the best option.

Chrysler announced the discontinuation of the model after 2010. Similarly, it was also announced that another model under the Chrysler family, the Dodge Durango, would succeed the Commander.