Presented below is a brief discussion about 2011 Jeep Liberty review that highlights the significant aspects of this vehicle.
2011 Liberty: The Ultimate High Performance SUV
Jeep is introducing its high performance model- Liberty for 2011 with significant changes from the previous model.
Trims and Engines
The 2011 version of Liberty is a rugged and classic vehicle that is designed to satisfy modern demands.
It is available in four trim levels- Renegade 4×4, Limited 4×2, Sport 4×4, and Sport 4X4.
Each model is designed with a powerful 3.7 liter V6 engine to churn out 235 pounds of torque at 4,000 rpm and 210 horsepower, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission or an optional 4-speed automatic. Both the Liberty Renegade and Liberty Sport 4×4 are four- wheel drive models.
The towing ability of this vehicle is around 5000 pounds. The independent front suspension and the coil spring assist smooth ride and good handling capacity for this vehicle. It provides nearly 22 miles per gallon on highways and 16 miles per gallon in city.
Exterior and Interior
2011 Liberty is designed with a classic look and boxy shape to be longer than other sport utility vehicles. The exterior appearance of this vehicle is just similar to Toyota’s RAV4, Honda’s CR-V, Nissan XTerra, and Jeep Patriot. However, Liberty boasts of flexible and reliable features.
Coming to the interior, it is featured with a tachometer, external temperature sensor, low tire pressure indicator, front reading lights, headlight controls with a dusk sensor, and delayed-fade courtesy lighting. The sound system includes a CD/MP3 player and six speakers with the RDS audio system with satellite radio capability. The interior has a spacious 60.9 cubic feet cargo for luggage.
Liberty is rated at a cost of $23,250.