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.
Great car! Few Flaws
2010 Jeep LibertyAnna Marie Romano - Jacksonville, FL05/29/2016
High quality leather bucket seats. It feels very safe inside and very solid. It runs on a powerful 3.7L V6. Has a truck type body frame making the ride very smooth and quiet. The car also has a quiet transmission that switches gears very smoothly. This car is what a real jeep feels like!
Smooth, Stylish, yet sensitive
2011 Jeep LibertyBrittney - Katy, TX03/05/2015
I absolutely love my Jeep!! She rides smoothly and looks stylish as well. The only con I noticed is it's really sensitive. I tightened my gas cap and moved it a little, when I got in I noticed the message GASCAP on my dash. I got out and moved it a little and the error message disappeared. Gave me a heart attack! Haha but other than that, I'm looking forward to the time I get to spend in my Jeep liberty!
The compact SUV market is saturated with high-quality vehicles that hold plenty of promise for drivers and young families. As a result, identifying a vehicle that completely satisfies your demands can prove challenging. Luckily, you can look to Jeep for an answer, since they’ve outfitted their lineup with two excellent options, the Liberty and the Patriot. Not only do these two compact SUVs showcase the performance capabilities Jeep is known for—they also both offer the refined sophistication and comfort required in a daily driver.