2006 Jeep Liberty Sport 4dr SUV 4WD (3.7L 6cyl 6M)
I am seriously rethinking purchasing this car. Within 50 of pulling out of the parking lot the check engine light came on. I made arrangements to turn it in the next day and before I could even get to the dealership I found two other flaws. The front passenger window was out of track (working but doesn't go up evenly leaving a crack at the top) and the drivers side rear outside door handle had separated from the door by about a quarter inch. Turns out it was the check engine light was for the catalytic converter. While the warranty covers the converter it does not include the door handle or the window. This is a used car that was a leaser with only two owners and 38000 miles when I bought it
I love the look and comfort of the vehicle. Front seats are supportive and give my 6'2 frame plenty of leg room.
A general improvement in quality. A great design but a failure when it comes to the actual execution. Also, offer better coverage for things that go wrong with "Certified Used" vehicles. I thought there was supposed to be a multipoint check? How were the door handle and window not noticed?
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