There are three available trim levels of the 2011 Jeep Liberty: Sport, Limited and Renegade. Sport and Limited trims are available with 4x2 or 4x4 drive configurations while the Renegade is solely 4x4. Invoice pricing for the new Liberty travels through the range between $22,598 and $27,278. Before adding in the cost of insurance, maintenance and fuel, you can expect monthly payments of about $500. It's good to remember toot hat Jeep vehicles are well-known for holding their resale values. The standard warranty is good for three years or 36,000 miles. Liberty is a compact SUV that presents a nice compromise between onroad comfort and offroad capabilities.
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The efficient powertrain of the 2011 Liberty Jeep consists of a 3.7L 210-horsepower 235 lb-ft V6 joined up with an automatic 4-speed transmission. Together they allow travel of up to 16/22 MPG city/highway. And with a full 19.5-gallon fuel tank, you'll be able to travel over 400 highway miles without refilling. Standard safety equipment of the new Jeep Liberty includes:
Carrying over from last year basically unchanged, the 2011 Jeep Liberty offers unique features like the long canvas SkySlider sunroof that folds like an accordion and can be positioned all the way forward, all the way backward or partially open to any place in between. There's also a 30 GB hard drive infotainment/navigation system available. And you can also be assured of adequate interior spaciousness with 40 inches of headroom, 57 inches of shoulder room, 48 inches of hip room and 38.8 inches of legroom. 31.5 cubic feet of standard luggage capacity can be expanded up to 64.2 cubic feet by sacrificing rear seating. The Jeep Liberty continues offering a very popular alternative to full-sized SUVs. Enjoy a test drive today.