by 79elcamino on Apr 7, 2013 Vehicle: 2003 Jeep Liberty Limited 4WD 4dr SUV (3.7L 6cyl 4A)
i traded my 01 monte carlo for this jeep, i feel like i made the right decision, the jeep only gets abt 4mpg less thn the monte did, wich was around 27. its a nice car with tan and black 2-toned leather interior. i have alot mre passenger room, but the cargo area isnt as big, my jeep has just about every option, im satisfied with my choice to get it, it looks good on the otside, and is fully functional on the inside. the one thing i have to complain about is the window controls, they are in a very akward place. the car handles very well in rain, the only thing i miss about my car is that i dnt have to slow down quite as much to make a turn, in the jeep it almost feel like ill tip over haha!
by bzalways on Mar 11, 2013 Vehicle: 2003 Jeep Liberty Limited 4WD 4dr SUV (3.7L 6cyl 4A)
My wife and I have owned several Jeeps over the years.
Recently when our 1995 Grand Cherokee was wreaked and the frame bent (brother-in law borrowed it) we decided to upgrade to a used 2003 Liberty Renegade.
My wife loves it and enjoyed driving it everyday for 5 mos. til engine blew.
At 168,000 miles we didn't think twice that the miles were high (The 1995 GC had 204,000 and I have a 1994 GC still using with 242,000 on it!) but we were wrong.
Apparently with the 3.7L "oil sludge" becomes an issue over 100,000.
Something about faulty valves cause premature engine wear.
No recall yet but have seen many incidents of blown heads, head gaskets, and blown motors in very young motors. Beware.
by jeepman18 on Dec 6, 2012 Vehicle: 2003 Jeep Liberty Sport 4WD 4dr SUV (2.4L 4cyl 5M)
Jeep liberty 2003 V6 3.7L 4x4
This is an AMAZING vehicle! Ive read so many bad reviews on this and I have never had any problems with ine AT ALL! I have driven a wide variety of vehicles From Hyndaui accent to a Dodge Ram and this has to be my favortie!
All these people ho say they have to replace their brakes every 4000 miles are full of crap! How many times do they slam on their brakes bc they werent paying attention to the car infront of them? Alot Im willing to bet on that.
For the 2003 Jeep Liberty, a new overhead console, based on that of the Grand Cherokee, includes a unique interface that allows passengers to program the operation of nine convenience and safety items to their own preference. Liberty owners can now personalize several features, including which doors unlock with the first press of the remote keyless entry unlock button, the miles driven between service intervals and the amount of time the headlamps remain on when exiting the vehicle. Finally, an available six-disc in-dash CD player replaces the cargo area mounted unit. Standard four-wheel disc brakes endow the Jeep with improved brake feel on-road, decreased stopping distances and reduced brake fade. Available electrochromic interior and driver-side rearview mirrors help reduce headlight glare from traffic at night, and standard sliding sun visors have been added, which serve to keep the sun out of your eyes by providing added windshield and side glass coverage.
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