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Jeep Liberty

The First generation Jeep Liberty made its debut in 2002 as a sports utility vehicle. It was a four door vehicle that came in two different models, the Sport and the Limited. A 150 Horsepower engine with four cylinders powered the Sport, while the Limited had a 210 horsepower 3.7-Liter V6 engine. The Liberty was equipped with 16-inch tires, a split rear seat that could be folded and heated front seats. In 2003, a Renegade model of the Liberty was introduced. The Limited model got 17- inch tires, while it and the Renegade had a V6 engine with 210 Horsepower. In 2004, a system to monitor tire pressure and a hands free cell phone were added, while the Sport model got a CD player. In 2005, a diesel-turbocharged engine was added to the lineup. All models were given new looks, and satellite radio and navigation systems were added to the list of options.

In 2007, the second generation Jeep liberty made its debut. The new Liberty came in two models, the Sport and the Limited. A 3.7-Liter V6 engine 210 horsepower powers both of them. While the Sport has a manual transmission with six gears, an automatic transmission with four gears is optional; the automatic transmission comes with the Limited. The Sport version is equipped with 16 inch tires, systems on the vehicle that can be switched on or off with the touch of a button and a stereo system with six speakers and CD player. The Limited model is equipped with 17-inch tires, a cruise control system and adjustable driver seats with six different settings. Optional on both models is a sunroof, leather seats and CD player that can store six CDs. All Liberty models are equipped with anti-lock disc brakes and a stability control system.

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Jeep Liberty Reviews by Year

2011 Jeep Liberty
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:. more
2010 Jeep Liberty
The stock factory engine that powers the 2010 Jeep Liberty is a 210-horse 3.7L SOHC V6 that cranks out 235 lb-ft of torque through a 4-speed advanced automatic transmission with full electronic control.
2009 Jeep Liberty
The 2009 Jeep Liberty is a five-passenger sport utility vehicle that has two trim levels. With two-wheel or four-wheel drive versions available of the Liberty, the model can be adapted for more demanding driving conditions.
2008 Jeep Liberty
The 2008 Jeep Liberty is a midsize SUV designed to handle frequent off road use with the ability to transport up to 5 passengers and a fair amount of cargo in style and comfort.
2007 Jeep Liberty
The 2007 Jeep Liberty is available in Sport ($22,025), Limited ($25,660), and Latitude ($24,685) models. The Liberty is powered by a 3.7 liter V6 with 210 horsepower available as a manual transmission with six speeds or an automatic with four speeds.
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