The plugs and wires were premium. The powertrain in the 2011 Jeep Liberty is adequate but rather unremarkable for its performance. We do not have enough recent transaction data to estimate the trade-in price for this vehicle. In front, the look is all Jeep, with a grille and lights configured like those of the classic Wrangler, plus lipped, flared fenders that in some models are covered in dark plastic. Prices do not include manufacturer's destination and delivery charges. The center stack is finished in a lighter, matte-metallic-toned plastic, while the interior and gauges in most trims have been dressed up just a little bit with chrome bezels and other brightwork. So at least I can tell my mechanic what I would liked fixed when it goes back into the maintenance dept.
It's tall and angular, with bold, upright styling reminiscent of the rugged 1990s Jeep Cherokee. As a tall, narrow vehicle with a pitchy ride, the Liberty results in lots of 'head toss' on rough roads, or even choppy freeways, and blemished road surfaces seem to upset the composure of occupants just as much as they seem to upset the Liberty's grip. The dash is all plastic with no soft-touch surfaces. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. If the Liberty weighed 3,000 pounds its horsepower deficiency could be kept in context; at a curb weight of just under 4,000 pounds 4X2 or over 4,000 pounds 4X4 the difficulty is compounded. Most significantly, Jeep introduced the Liberty Jet at last fall's Los Angeles Auto Show.
A diagnostics was run on the car and they said they couldn't find anything wrong, other than a rear sensor on the brake making the brake light come on. I pushed foot all the way to ground multiple times and car would not respond. The '11 is a quantum leap over her five year old version, although that Liberty was 100% reliable. The Liberty employs as many nostalgic styling cues as its platform - shared with the Dodge Nitro - allows. It drives smooth as silk down the highway.
Options and features on higher trims include roof rails, foglights, heated front seats, leather, parking sensors, Bluetooth, navigation and a sunroof. The available fold-flat front-passenger seat allows for loading long items. In general, there's a big jump in look and feel up to the Limited models, which offer a long list of equipment over the sport, including leather upholstery, heated front seats, steering-wheel audio controls, a Bluetooth hands-free interface, a garage-door opener, a cargo cover, and various other trim upgrades. Beyond that addition, 2011 brings a series of minor tweaks: A new steering wheel with audio controls and three new media centers. Car seemed to be functioning normally prior to this incident. Eduard is exceptionally knowledgeable about the vehicles on his lot, he is very helpful and patient, but most importantly, he is honest.
In an attempt to give the Liberty the open feel of a Wrangler, Jeep offers the Sky Slider sunroof. Active safety features include anti-lock brakes with brake assist, hill start assist, traction control, and electronic stability control with rollover mitigation. We purchased our X5 from Eduard and we are elated, with both the car and our experience at the dealership. I love the looks of it and the functionality, as well as the off road capability. Be sure and check kbb. From the side, the Liberty has tall windows in a squared off greenhouse.
Power is acceptable and pulls a small boat or trailer easily through the hills though don't expect to win any drag races even while not towning. Compared to most compact to mid-size crossover vehicles, the Liberty is not only less spacious and comfortable, but also less fuel-efficient. The ride is generally firm, but the Liberty smoothes over most bumps and is never punishing, even with the available 18-inch wheels. . As a tall, narrow vehicle with a pitchy ride, the Liberty results in lots of 'head toss' on rough roads, or even choppy freeways, and blemished road surfaces seem to upset the composure of occupants just as much as they seem to upset the Liberty's grip.
. The contact stated that the engine warning indicator illuminated continuously. I love the flipper glass on the tailgate. It leans more than most in turns and struggles to regain composure in quick changes of direction. Went from test drive to buying in about an hour and a half. Interior Features The interior of the Jeep Liberty is functional, not luxurious. We might overlook the underperforming V6 if it were offered with a manual transmission - but we said might.
The sound of the muffler really reminds you of what a truck should sound like. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. I don't consider myself a redneck but I do believe in supporting our own economy and for the price for what you get, it's a no brainer for my needs. Instead, it's saddled with a 3. We drove the Liberty on a technically challenging off-road trail where it performed well.
Sixth, it is a great vehicle and serves the purpose for which it was made. Only used 4 wheel drive 2 times over the winter. However, it also creates wind noise at highway speed when closed. We do not have enough recent transaction data to estimate the purchase price for this vehicle. Hill Start Assist is also standard. The spare is mounted inside and the rear is accessed with a liftgate with a separate opening rear glass.