Last Update: Feb. 26, 2017, 5:19 a.m.

Jeep Commander Fuel Consumption

Year Modification Recommended fuel City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle Consumption per year
2010 Commander 2WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 15 mpg 16 mpg 20 mpg 3180L
2010 Commander 2WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 14 mpg 16 mpg 20 mpg 3180L
2010 Commander 4WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 14 mpg 16 mpg 19 mpg 3180L
2010 Commander 4WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 13 mpg 15 mpg 19 mpg 3498L
2009 Commander 2WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 15 mpg 16 mpg 20 mpg 3180L
2009 Commander 2WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 14 mpg 16 mpg 20 mpg 3180L
2009 Commander 4WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 14 mpg 16 mpg 19 mpg 3180L
2009 Commander 2WD 4.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 14 mpg 15 mpg 19 mpg 3498L
2009 Commander 2WD 4.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 3498L
2009 Commander 4WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 13 mpg 15 mpg 19 mpg 3498L
2009 Commander 4WD 4.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 13 mpg 15 mpg 18 mpg 3498L
2009 Commander 4WD 4.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 3498L
2008 Commander 2WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 14 mpg 16 mpg 19 mpg 3180L
2008 Commander 4WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 14 mpg 16 mpg 19 mpg 3180L
2008 Commander 2WD 4.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 3498L
2008 Commander 2WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 13 mpg 15 mpg 19 mpg 3498L
2008 Commander 4WD 4.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 3657L
2008 Commander 4WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 13 mpg 14 mpg 17 mpg 3657L
2007 Commander 2WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 14 mpg 16 mpg 19 mpg 3180L
2007 Commander 2WD 4.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 3498L
2007 Commander 4WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 14 mpg 15 mpg 18 mpg 3498L
2007 Commander 4WD 4.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 3498L
2007 Commander 2WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 13 mpg 15 mpg 18 mpg 3498L
2007 Commander 4WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 13 mpg 14 mpg 17 mpg 3657L
2006 Commander 2WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 14 mpg 16 mpg 18 mpg 3180L
2006 Commander 4WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 14 mpg 16 mpg 18 mpg 3180L
2006 Commander 2WD 4.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 14 mpg 15 mpg 18 mpg 3498L
2006 Commander 4WD 4.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 14 mpg 15 mpg 18 mpg 3498L
2006 Commander 2WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 13 mpg 15 mpg 18 mpg 3498L
2006 Commander 4WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds Regular or Plus 13 mpg 14 mpg 17 mpg 3657L

If you drive Jeep Commander made in 2006, you may want to know the initial fuel consumption. Of course, the amount of fuel your car takes depends on lots of factors. If the modification of your car is Commander 4WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds, the average city consumption must be near 14 mpg. Don’t forget about slow acceleration to lower amount of consumed patrol. On the highway the numbers will be more sufficient – 16 mpg. But you should bear in mind that the combined cycle for Jeep Commander is 19 mpg. To ensure normal fuel consumption, provide a normal regular service for your vehicle. Note that you should use fuel type Regular or Plus to achieve these results in consumption. It’s quite important sometimes to know how much petrol you will buy in a year. On the average basis consumption per year will be quite like 3498L.

  • It’s stated by the Jeep that the Commander 4WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds should consume on average the amount of 14 mpg on the highway.

  • The figure strongly depends on how much you use Commander 4WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds.

  • In 2006 year the brand Jeep recommended to use Regular or Plus for Commander 2WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds.

  • Of course, you may grow the amount of fuel for Commander 2WD 4.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds by speeding.

  • If you buy the Commander in the 2008 year of production, be prepared for a consumption at least of 13 mpg.

  • Using the Regular or Plus you provide a normal fuel consumption in the city - 14 mpg.

  • The Jeep Commander 4WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds is quite expensive to drive through city traffic.

  • In the highway the use of petrol by Commander 2WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds will be lower – at 16 mpg.

  • If you like speeding on Commander 2WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds, be prepared for even less fuel economy while driving Commander.

  • Providing you use Regular or Plus type of fuel, you may achieve less consumption in Commander 4WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds.

  • Be prepared to spend a lot for Commander 4WD 5.7 L, 8 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds during the year – you’ll need 3498L for average driving.

  • For example, driving Commander at top speed will add 40% to consumption.

  • For your 2008 Commander it gives optimal working conditions.

Take into account that if you buy Commander of the 2009 year, you might not get the initial figures. You should contact the service, if there are too big numbers of fuel taken. Always check your figures of consumption for Commander 4WD 3.7 L, 6 cylinders, Automatic 5-speeds and compare with initial data of the Jeep.

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