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Jeep Liberty

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Jeep Liberty Specs

Interior
Front head room41 &#;
Rear head room42 &#;
Front shoulder room57 &#;
Rear shoulder room57 &#;
Front hip room57 &#;
Rear hip room47 &#;
Front leg room &#;
Rear leg room &#;
Luggage capacity cu.ft.
Maximum cargo capacity cu.ft.
Standard seating5
Exterior
Length &#;
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Ground clearance &#;
Curb4, lbs.
Gross weight5, lbs.
Fuel
Fuel tank capacity gal.
EPA mileage estimates17 City / 22 Hwy
Performance
Base engine size liters
Base engine typeV-6
Horsepower hp
Horsepower rpm5,
Torque lb-ft.
Torque rpm4,
Payload1, lbs.
Maximum towing capacity5, lbs.
Drive typefour-wheel
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Jeep Liberty Review

Trail-rated toughness for tackling suburbia

After nearly two decades of tackling trails, the boxy, iconic Jeep Cherokee was replaced by the cuter, more civilized Liberty in In the three years since that time, the sport/ute has proven its capability to many of its predecessor's devout followers, most notably through the introduction of a bolder, more muscular Renegade model. In a marketplace dominated by car-based mini-utes, the Liberty remains true to the Jeep faithful, with rigid construction and low-range four-wheel-drive.

Outside, there are plenty of elements to differentiate Sport, Limited, and Renegade models. The grayish-black plastic fascias and trim pieces slathered on the Sport have been a Jeep feature since the '80s. For the $4, premium attached to a Limited model, Jeep will go to the effort of painting each and every body panel and replace stock inch wheels and tires with a inch set.

Fashion-conscious buyers will want to upgrade to chrome rims to complement the chrome adorning the grille and headlight surrounds. While all Liberty models featured a front-end freshening for '05, the range-topping Renegade was made even more distinct with a flat hood, body-color grille, and updated foglamps, tow hooks, and fender flares. The roof-mounted light bar is now optional.

Visually, the interior is quite pleasant, even a touch upscale in certain models, and much more civilized than the old Cherokee's or current Wrangler's. However, despite a freshening, the dash and door panel plastics don't match the finish and tactile quality of those in import competitors. Front perches are a bit on the small side, which may be an issue for larger drivers. There is an impressive list of stereo/electronics options, including Sirius satellite radio, Infinity speakers, a six-disc in-dash CD changer, Bluetooth, and navigation. We advise avoiding the navigation system, which for $1, gives you a screen barely larger than a mobile phone's. A notable new feature for is white-on-gray gauges.

With the rear seats in place, a Liberty will carry a modest 31 cubic feet of cargo, accessible through a split rear hatch with an upward-swinging top window and a side-swinging lower tailgate section. The setup is easier to use than that of a Honda CR-V, which has a door that swings toward, rather than away from, the curb, but most drivers likely would prefer the one-piece, upward-swinging liftgates of the Chevrolet Equinox and the Nissan Xterra, which are simpler than the Jeep's and easier to use in tight parking spaces.

Like nearly all of its competitors, the Liberty comes with standard ABS and dual front airbags. A tire-pressure warning light also comes standard on Limited and Renegade models, and more safety-concerned drivers can upgrade to a full pressure monitoring system. If money is a factor for you, we suggest passing on that system and instead opting for the optional front and rear side-curtain airbags. This added security seems important, since seat-mounted side airbags and a stability-control system are both missing from the options list. Although Chrysler promises that every SUV it produces will have Electronic Stability Control (ESP) by next year, side airbags and stability control both are now standard on the Honda CR-V, as well as the smaller Hyundai Tucson and Kia Sportage twins. Nissan and Toyota entries also offer a higher level of safety gear; only GM and Ford are similarly lacking in safety features.

Until now, only the biggest of the big SUVs offered diesel engines as an option. The Liberty changes that by offering a more earth-friendly diesel engine borrowed from Jeep's German parent company. Achieving 26 mpg in highway driving, the liter four-cylinder turbodiesel averages an extra six miles per gallon of fuel as compared with its gas-powered counterpart. On the power front, the horsepower diesel is noteworthy for its Vgrade lb-ft of torque. While the diesel is available exclusively with a five-speed automatic transmission, gasoline models--both the liter/horse inline-four and liter/horse Vnow come standard with a six-speed manual, with a four-speed automatic optional.

Choosing a transfer case can get tricky for some buyers, as both Command-Trac and Selec-Trac are offered. Command-Trac, a part-time 4WD system, is ideal for buyers who would rather engage the front wheels themselves, or for those who seldom require four-wheel-drive capability. The more expensive full-time Selec-Trac system will appeal to buyers living in more demanding climates, or those who don't want to worry about whether or not they need to engage all four wheels in certain weather conditions.

Being the first small Jeep to abandon body-on-frame architecture, the Liberty is more pleasant to drive around town than past compact Jeep models, and it's surely more confident than the current Wrangler. In dynamic conditions, the Liberty concedes advantage to lower, wider competitors, though its tall, narrow shape is welcomed in the city, when parking, and most importantly, on the trail. The V-6, based on Jeep's liter V-8, is rough and even noisy at some speeds, as is the clunky diesel, but either is a better choice than the overworked gas-powered four-cylinder.

The Liberty will appeal to some buyers simply for brand recognition. A more sporting audience will find the same 5,pound tow rating in the Nissan Xterra, along with significantly more power, more space, and more capability, albeit at a slightly higher price. Those looking for city or highway transportation offering big space in a small package might find more livable conditions in the more refined Honda CR-V, which also offers all the safety features missing in the Liberty. What the Liberty does offer is more off-road capability, style, and even personality than many of its competitors. If you want something as masculine as a Peterbilt but as thrifty as a car, the diesel model--with no competition in its class--might be just the ticket.

Bred for adventure, the mildly freshened Jeep Liberty provides compact transport for active lifestylers who live for weekend escapes and want to be reminded of the trails during the weekday commute. The Liberty may concede suburban supremacy to more mannered competitors, but the diesel option blazes a new and respectable trail in the forest of small SUVs.

What's HOT:

+ Diesel engine

+ Tougher Renegade model

+ 5,pound tow rating

What's NOT:

- V-6 performance

- Modest cargo area

- Limited safety features

Revisions for include a slight freshening of the interior and exterior styling, the Renegade model's tougher-looking body, a Rocky Mountain package, a six-speed manual transmission, and a diesel engine. ESP and a larger Dodge variant, the Nitro, are coming in

Audiophiles will enjoy the optional Infinity speakers, in-dash CD player, and Sirius satellite radio. The Limited model's trim package provides a more upscale appearance, as well as chrome wheels. Don't pass on side curtain airbags.

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Jeep Liberty

Compact SUV

Motor vehicle

The Jeep Liberty, or Jeep Cherokee (KJ/KK) outside North America, is a compact SUV that was produced by Jeep for the model years – for US consumers. Introduced as a replacement for the Cherokee (XJ), the Liberty was priced between the Wrangler and Grand Cherokee. It was the smallest of the 4-door Jeep SUVs until the car based 4-door Compass and Patriot arrived for Like the XJ Cherokee, the Liberty featured unibody-construction. It was assembled at the Toledo North Assembly Plant in the United States, as well as in other countries including Egypt and Venezuela. The Liberty ceased production on August 16, The next generation restored the previous nameplate of Jeep Cherokee that was always used outside of North America.

First generation KJ (–)[edit]

– Jeep Liberty. This model was produced between and December

Main article: Jeep Liberty (KJ)

Inspired by styling from the Dakar[3] and Jeepster[4]concept vehicles, the Liberty was intended as a replacement for the discontinued Jeep Cherokee. The Liberty also marked a few firsts for Jeep. It was the first Jeep vehicle to use rack and pinion steering.[5] It's also the first Jeep to use the two then-new PowerTech engines; the horsepower (&#;kW) Lstraight-4, which was discontinued in , and the horsepower (&#;kW) L V6, as well as a short-lived L VM Motori turbo diesel ( only).[6] The Liberty was the first Jeep vehicle to use an independent front suspension since the Jeep Wagoneer.[7]

Three trim levels were initially offered; the top end Limited, a more rugged looking Renegade and the base Sport. All were made available with either 2WD or 4WD. In , all Liberties received a minor facelift. The , Renegade and Rocky Mountain Edition Liberties received an exclusive flat hood and taller grille. In , the Renegade trim level was replaced with the Latitude which appeared to focus more on an urban appearance and lost the Renegade trim's unique hood and grill. While the Liberty was nominated for the North American Truck of the Year award for , complaints about Liberty styling and reliability persisted, in addition to safety recalls.[8][9][10][11][12]

Second generation KK (–)[edit]

Main article: Jeep Liberty (KK)

The Jeep Liberty received a complete redesign for the model year with a more boxy look, like that of the Dodge Nitro, the latter of which lasted until its final production in December The Liberty debuted at the New York International Auto Show.[13]

With the smaller Patriot and Compasscrossover SUVs now available to cater to economy conscious buyers, the four-cylinder engine was dropped from the Liberty's offerings. The iron-block, aluminum-head V6 was the only engine available for Towing capacity was 5, pounds (2,&#;kg). Jeep discontinued the Liberty CRD for the American market because it could not meet tougher emissions standards for diesel engines. Transmission choices were both carry-overs: a six-speed manual or a four-speed automatic. Standard equipment included electronic stability control with roll mitigation, traction control, and anti-lock brakes with brake assist. Jeep offered a rare 2WD version on the "Jet" model. New Features included standard side airbags. Optional features are rain-sensing wipers, Sirius Satellite Radio, Bluetooth, a navigation system, and the MyGig entertainment system complete with a 30GBhard drive.

Total U.S. sales[edit]

Calendar Year Sales
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  2. ^"Arab American Vehicles Co". Aav.com.eg. Archived from the original on Retrieved
  3. ^"Jeep Dakar Concept". Mojeepin.com. Archived from the original on Retrieved
  4. ^"Jeep Jeepster Concept". MoJeepin.com. Archived from the original on Retrieved
  5. ^"Jeep Liberty Steering". Allpar.com. Retrieved
  6. ^Swan, Tony, Jeep Liberty Sport 4x4 Diesel, Car and Driver, 1 Sept , retrieved 25 April Renowned for its loud diesel 'clatter', and available only with automatic transmission, the L diesel was dropped in because of stringent new emissions regulations.
  7. ^"Bruce Rice's IFS Wagoneer 4x4". wagoneers.com. Archived from the original on Retrieved
  8. ^DeMuro, Doug (December ). "Was the Jeep Liberty the Worst Redesign Ever?". Autotrader. Retrieved 15 October
  9. ^Mays, Kelsey (27 July ). "Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, Jeep Recalls: What Owners Should Do". Cars.com. Retrieved 15 October
  10. ^Wood, David A. (11 October ). "Ohio Woman Dies In Fiery Jeep Liberty Rear-End Crash". CarComplaints.com. Retrieved 15 October
  11. ^"Recall 18V". RepairPal.com. 1 May Retrieved 16 October
  12. ^Cramer, Rob (15 December ). "Jeep Vs Land Rover: 10 Best And 10 Worst Off-Road Vehicles". hotcars.com. Retrieved 15 October
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  14. ^"December Sales: Chrysler LLC". CheersandGears.com. Retrieved
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  18. ^"Chrysler Group LLC Reports December U.S. Sales Increased 10 Percent" (Press release). Chrysler Group LLC. Retrieved

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Jeep Liberty - Not as reliable as I'd expect from Jeep.

We purchased this vehicle because we had to. We had traveled out of state helping family move, and the only vehicle available broke down to the point where it was unsafe and needed to be scrapped. We were forced to acquire a vehicle so we could continue the trip and make it home. This was the only thing we could afford with our financing options at the time. Jeep was a trusted brand, so we thought we would try it out. It performed well enough getting us home, but has had many maintenance problems in the last few years from neglect or abuse by the previous owners. This is not a vehicle we trust to go out of town very often, and since we live in rural Wyoming going out of town means at least a 2 hour trip in any direction. It has completely broken down to the point of needing to be towed (more)

We purchased this vehicle because we had to. We had traveled out of state helping family move, and the only vehicle available broke down to the point where it was unsafe and needed to be scrapped. We were forced to acquire a vehicle so we could continue the trip and make it home. This was the only thing we could afford with our financing options at the time. Jeep was a trusted brand, so we thought we would try it out. It performed well enough getting us home, but has had many maintenance problems in the last few years from neglect or abuse by the previous owners. This is not a vehicle we trust to go out of town very often, and since we live in rural Wyoming going out of town means at least a 2 hour trip in any direction. It has completely broken down to the point of needing to be towed no fewer than three times in the last three years, and according to the dealership it needs another $ of work in the next few months or once again it will be unsafe to drive. I hear that Jeep engines are superior quality and last forever, but at this point I don't have much confidence in the rest of the vehicle. When it works it works well, but it hasn't done much to earn my trust since I purchased it. It has been only 3 years and I am already thinking about replacing it, and my wife and I have discussed that possibility several times.

There are a lot of dirt roads in our town, and once when driving with the family I took an alternate route down a bumpy road that some vehicle's might not have been able to navigate. The children especially enjoyed the detour.

There are a lot of dirt roads in our town, and once when driving with the family I took an alternate route down a bumpy road that some vehicle's might not have been able to navigate. The children especially enjoyed the detour.

The four-wheel drive is a must in our area. Even with it, we spin out in the winter time due to extremely poor road maintenance in our town. The A/C and heat still work most of the time, and the full-size spare trademark to a Jeep is a plus. It also gets fairly good gas mileage due to its small size.

The four-wheel drive is a must in our area. Even with it, we spin out in the winter time due to extremely poor road maintenance in our town. The A/C and heat still work most of the time, and the full-size spare trademark to a Jeep is a plus. It also gets fairly good gas mileage due to its small size.

The transmission has been the source of a lot of trouble. The lines broke twice on us leaving us stranded over 30 miles outside of town. A couple times it wouldn't leave four-wheel drive and we have never figured out why. The rear wiper recently stopped working due to some electrical issue that would take a lot of time and/or money to chase down. There is a coolant leak which causes our heat to stop working now and then in the winter. I was disappointed when we purchased the vehicle to learn it did not have cruise control since that was one of the features I was specifically looking for.

The transmission has been the source of a lot of trouble. The lines broke twice on us leaving us stranded over 30 miles outside of town. A couple times it wouldn't leave four-wheel drive and we have never figured out why. The rear wiper recently stopped working due to some electrical issue that would take a lot of time and/or money to chase down. There is a coolant leak which causes our heat to stop working now and then in the winter. I was disappointed when we purchased the vehicle to learn it did not have cruise control since that was one of the features I was specifically looking for.

Jeep Liberty - The Jeep is the best for dependability

This Jeep is so reliable. It was four-wheel drive and has completely cured my anxiety about driving during the wintertime. It is sturdy, and I feel safe in it. It has a rugged quality that makes me feel adventurous, and I like how I feel when I drive in it. The Jeep has been very dependable and has never broken down, so maintenance costs have been very minimal. I have only had to do a few oil changes and replacement of the windshield wipers.

This Jeep is so reliable. It was four-wheel drive and has completely cured my anxiety about driving during the wintertime. It is sturdy, and I feel safe in it. It has a rugged quality that makes me feel adventurous, and I like how I feel when I drive in it. The Jeep has been very dependable and has never broken down, so maintenance costs have been very minimal. I have only had to do a few oil changes and replacement of the windshield wipers.

We once took it hiking, and as we were slowly navigating the terrain, a baby moose popped out in front of the vehicle. We got to watch it move past us; however, we quickly moved on so we didn't run into the mommy moose!

We once took it hiking, and as we were slowly navigating the terrain, a baby moose popped out in front of the vehicle. We got to watch it move past us; however, we quickly moved on so we didn't run into the mommy moose!

Four-wheel drive is by far the best feature. I can drive around with more confidence during the winter snow and ice. I feel very safe in the vehicle. The room in the backseat is huge. I am able to put the seats down and fit two bikes in there. I like this feature because I do not trust others in taking my bike if I had it on a bike rack outside of the car. I like the back hatch that can open up and let my dog look out the back of the car. I can choose to open just that part of the Jeep. The Jeep is also very rugged. I have been able to take it hiking and on back woods with ease.

Four-wheel drive is by far the best feature. I can drive around with more confidence during the winter snow and ice. I feel very safe in the vehicle. The room in the backseat is huge. I am able to put the seats down and fit two bikes in there. I like this feature because I do not trust others in taking my bike if I had it on a bike rack outside of the car. I like the back hatch that can open up and let my dog look out the back of the car. I can choose to open just that part of the Jeep. The Jeep is also very rugged. I have been able to take it hiking and on back woods with ease.

Due to having the base model, the speaker system is not the best. The sound quality is bad compared to other cars. The upholstery picks up dog hair like crazy and I have to constantly clean it.

Due to having the base model, the speaker system is not the best. The sound quality is bad compared to other cars. The upholstery picks up dog hair like crazy and I have to constantly clean it.

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