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Info & specs

Jeep Liberty

Jeep Liberty side view
Jeep Liberty angular front perspective
Jeep Liberty angular rear perspective

Overview of the Jeep Liberty

Learn about the Jeep Liberty

Summary

The Jeep Liberty is an SUV firmly in the old-school mould. Built from 2002 to 2012, it’s more truck-like than today’s car-based crossovers, with four-wheel drive making it an ideal companion for going off-road. A four-cylinder engine is standard in earlier models, but from 2008 onward, we recommend looking for a V6 engine and plenty of grunt. It might be heavier and less fuel-efficient than its competition, but the Liberty is a great mid-size choice for those who need an added dash of ruggedness and towing capability.

Pros and cons of the Jeep Liberty

  • Manual transmission available
  • Four-wheel drive
  • 4-cylinder or V6 engines. 4-cylinder discontinued in 2008
  • Noticeable wind and road noise
  • High fuel consumption
  • Ceased production in 2012
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.

Safety ratings of the Jeep Liberty

Safety ratings provided by NHTSA

Specifications of the Jeep Liberty

Key specifications available across all trim levels
  • Seats5
  • Doors5
  • Fuel typeGas
  • TransmissionAutomatic or Manual
  • City consumption13.4 - 14 L/100km
  • Highway consumption9.2 - 9.7 L/100km
  • Width1839 mm
  • Length4493 mm
  • Trunk space714 - 891 L
  • Cargo space1723 - 1817 L
Exact values depend on trim and engine choice.

Trims available with the Jeep Liberty

What is a trim? Trims are different options of the same car with different features and equipment. The specs depend on the trim you choose.This variant of the Jeep Liberty 2008 - 2012 is available in 7 trims:

Rocky Mountain trim features and specs

Frequently asked questions about the Jeep Liberty