Used 2012 Jeep Liberty Sport for Sale
2012 Jeep Liberty Sport in Sicklerville, New Jersey 08081
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2012 Jeep Liberty Sport in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19047
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Reviews for 2012 Jeep Liberty
I REALLY LIKE ME JEEP, I THINK THE QUALITY IN THE INTERIOR CAN BE IMPROVED MOST OF THE DASH BOARD AND THE INTERIOR IS MADE OUT OF HARD PLASTIC AND THE SEATS SHOULD BE LEATHER BEING A JEEP, BUT THE PERFORMANCE IS AWESOME AND I HAVE PLENTY OF SPACE FOR MY BICHON FRISE AND MY DAUGHTER.
Good for a small SUV
The liberty is a smooth and quiet ride with very good steering and handling. Interior is well designed w/ easy to reach controls that aren't complicated to learn. 4WD performance is adequate for all but the most grueling trails, but you wouldn't take a stock vehicle on those. Storage is quite good for a small SUV. My only complaint is that it's just a bit too small of an interior to be comfortable for several hours of straight driving. 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. I only rate this "good" because the small interior does come at a bit of a sacrifice to my family's comfort. I'm 6' 1" & 240lbs.
Apparently this Jeep makes me a Hot Mom
I recently had to let go of my beloved Tahoe, and went on the search for a new vehicle to fit my growing boys and large American Bulldog. I loved the space in my Tahoe, but it's gas guzzling was really cutting into this Single Mom's super tight fixed budget. I went to CarMax and looked at a Toyota Highlander and a Honda Odyssey. I wasn't overly impressed with either, but figured the break in money spent on gas would help win me over. Then as I strolled through the CarMax showroom, this crazy green Jeep jumped out at me. It was love at first sight. I've always been a Jeep fan, previously owning a super fun mud covered Wrangler and a family friendly luxurious Grand Cherokee. I was pleasantly surprised when I opened the door of the 2012 Liberty Latitude, as it had the sporty attitude of the Wrangler, with all the Grand Cherokee comforts I've been spoiled with. I was worried about space, but it turns out there's plenty. I've had my Rescue Green Jeep for just over a month now, and in that time have taken a "Mom Only" trip to Charleston, SC with my dog Charlie, and also packed the Jeep to the gills with junk, kids and the dog and headed to visit family in Ohio. The satellite radio kept us all entertained, the a/c kept us all cool while not sacrificing too much power in the mountains of TN and KY, and the leather seats kept us all comfy on the 8 hour drive. I managed to fit a large dog kennel in the back (folded down), with a large super packed suitcase, and still had room for my large pooch to lay down. The boys were comfy in the back seat surrounded by toys and games, and I was happy in the front knowing we were in a reliable vehicle that, as I've been told several times now, makes me a "hot mom". The Latitude package is what helped me with that qualification. I LOVE the chrome wheels and accents, the touch screen media center with hard drive, the sun roof, and well... the whole thing from bumper to bumper. The only reason I gave this Jeep 4 stars in the areas of Comfort, Performance, and Space is because I downsized from a super plush, roomy V8 of a Tahoe. In comparison, the Tahoe's seats were larger and a bit softer, the back seat and cargo space were at least 50% larger, and of course the V8 didn't stutter up the steep inclines even with the a/c on. I have to say though, I was really worried going from a V8 to a V6. This Jeep has amazing giddy up, and I'm never worried I'll get run over by a semi when merging onto the highway. (And I live in Atlanta). Can I just say, going from $85-$95 a tank to just $55-$60 a tank and still going about 350 miles.... Um, YES PLEASE!!! MOMMA LIKEY.
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