We purchased this vehicle as a replacement for a 2003 Hyundai Elantra. With a new baby we needed more room. The 2007 Jeep Liberty Limited is not the vehicle for a growing family. The owner's manual doesn't even fit in the glovebox (there's no storage). The trunk is very tiny. I thought I could live with the back hinge door, but its annoying and heavy. We have had a lot of problems with the front windows not rolling up properly and have taken it to the dealership 3 times, they basically can't fix it. The gas mileage is terrible. I get 18 mpg. The doors don't close properly, you have to slam them shut. It's not comfortable on a long trip. Wish we hadn't bought it!
Satellite radio, where the controls are located on the steering wheel, style of vehicle, not badly priced
Better gas mileage, more storage, cup holders for back passengers oddly located, fix front windows so they don't get stuck, back hidge for trunk (should continue with lift gate like 2008 model)
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