Me and my wife both had a Liberty I had the Renegade and she had the Limited. She had hers a lot longer than me but they were the same but appearence. They are a rough riding critter and they are pretty cramped, so cramped that the glove compartment doesnt have enough room for the manual. We have a total 5 in our family so it was a tight fit with the car seat in the middle for our little one and the others were two teenagers. It had good acceleration and power, but the Limited for some reaso was a little more thirsty then the Renegade for some odd reason. Renegade got around 19mpg and the Limited was around 15-17mpg on a good tank. I had the biggest fit with the window buttons in the middle with being use to them on the door. I liked it, but was a pain with the space and buttons in odd places. But wasn't to bad at all.
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2002 Jeep LibertyRacechik20 - Kansas City, MO02/09/2007
My Jeep Liberty Limited is fantastic. It sits higher than a previous SUV I owned and it very easy to see your surroundings. The 4-wheel Drive works awesome and the gas mileage is economical for an SUV. The sporty body style is what attracted me to the Liberty in the first place. For the money it's great!
Bought the vehicle when living in Lake Tahoe. Snow drifts, cliff climbing and sure feeling on the road no problem. Comfortable with the little beast on the icy roads switched up tires to Yokohama all terrain. Drove in and out of construction job sites, rough terrain and had no problem with 4 wheel performance. Take it for maintenance and shop help is amazed at the age of the vehicle. Definitely a cool timeless style. The only down side for me is gas milage. Realistic is 15 city and 20 hwy. For surety on the road (height of an SUV and good visibility, I am super pleased with the investment.
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