Reviewed By marcell c (Dundee, NY) Reviewed for a 2007 Jeep Commander —2/25/2016 5:55 PM
better mid range&gas milage and good sound
Reviewed By Russell H (Pittsburgh, PA) Reviewed for a 2006 Jeep Commander —6/28/2012 8:59 AM
Wih the 3.7l at 210 HP, there isn't much more power to gain, as far as HP is concerned. The vehicle is just too heavy. I love the look and the sound is great. Have not noticed any improvement in gas milage either. I got a good deal on it and always wanted the 77, so i'm happy with it.
Reviewed By Nathan B (Massillon, OH) Reviewed for a 2008 Jeep Commander —4/1/2012 8:16 PM
Cold air intake installed on '08 Jeep Commander 3.7 4x4. Kit was fairly straight forward to install however directions geared more towards Jeep Cherokee. Had to place bracket hardware slightly different due to small differences b/t the two vehicles. Looks good installed. I was skeptical of any performance gain but was actually surpried. Can definatley tell a slight increase in power and responsiveness. Don't get me wrong its only a slight increase (not like a supercharger was installed) but is noticable and appreciated. I was mainly looking for fuel mileage increases and this is where it impressed. In normal city driving mpg increased 2-3mpg's and on the highway the best this Jeep has gotten is 22.5 mpg, currently getting 24-25.5mpg's. It was definatley worth it and again I am impressed as I was skeptical of K&N's marketing claims. Paid 229.00 with email coupons + free shipping from AutoAnything.