At a Glance
|Pricing||$23,360 - $28,560|
|Drive Types||RWD, 4WD|
|Fuel Economy||15-16 (city), 21-22 (highway)|
The Liberty slots between the Patriot and the Grand Cherokee in Jeep's robust lineup of sport utility vehicles. With compact proportions and seating for five, the Liberty competes with vehicles like the Chevy Equinox or Honda CR-V. Although the Liberty offers V6 power, it falls short of other vehicles in the segment with less interior room and low fuel economy. The Liberty also equips a four-speed automatic which is substandard in this segment. Buyers looking for a Jeep with better fuel efficiency can either step up to the Grand Cherokee V6 or down to the Patriot. Perhaps the best alternative to the Liberty is the Wrangler Unlimited which is undoubtedly more fun.
Jeep(R) Liberty soldiers on for 2012 continuing its reputation for rugged off-road capability and over-all utility. For 2012, enhancements have been made that keep the legendary Jeep heritage intact, while providing even more options and value to the customer. 2012 Jeep Liberty is available in three models - Sport, Limited, and Limited Jet. Sport models will now be available with Uconnect Hands-free with Voice Command, universal garage door opener, compass and exterior temperature in the gauge...Read.
|Liberty Sport||3.7l V6 (210-bhp)||A4||RWD||16/22/19||$23,360|
|Liberty Sport||3.7l V6 (210-bhp)||A4||4WD||15/21/18||$24,975|
|Liberty Limited||3.7l V6 (210-bhp)||A4||RWD||16/22/19||$26,760|
|Liberty Limited Jet||3.7l V6 (210-bhp)||A4||RWD||16/22/19||$26,960|
|Liberty Limited||3.7l V6 (210-bhp)||A4||4WD||15/21/18||$28,360|
|Liberty Limited Jet||3.7l V6 (210-bhp)||A4||4WD||15/21/18||$28,560|