2002 Jeep Liberty Limited 4dr 4WD SUV (3.7L 6cyl 4A)
I initially bought this suv to fix up my credit and wanted to upgrade to an suv. I bought it at 27k+ and was satisfied at first. As I began to drive it more and more it disappointed more and more. The suspension and road noise is unbearable at times, but in its defense I do like it on the highway and I am happy about the power from the 3.7l engine. However road noise can't be drowned out by the pitiful speaker system and the window controls are located in a awkward position. Gas has come down from $4 to under $2 but still feel that it should do better overall. I would Rather buy a highlander or pilot that seats 7-8 and get the same gas mileage plus have the reliability and history that comes.
Interior design is unique and comfortable. I'm 6,2 and have plenty of leg and head room. Instrument panel is excellent design but keep unlocking doors to roll down window. Nice to look at and be seen in. Inexpensive
components of suspension and brakes seem unreliable and will affect already questionable faith in jeep suvs. side air bags standard
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