The Jeep Liberty is a practical SUV that doesn’t hesitate to step off the pavement. True to Jeep’s legendary 4×4 heritage, the Liberty offers two Jeep Trail Rated four-wheel-drive systems, giving it terrific off-road prowess. It’s tall and angular, with bold, upright styling reminiscent of the rugged 1990s Jeep Cherokee. Unlike the old Cherokee, however, the Liberty rides nice and smooth. Yet it maintains the ruggedness that made Jeep famous.
The two four-wheel-drive systems, Command-Trac II and Selec-Trac II, make the Jeep Liberty highly capable off road, and they are further aided by Hill Start Assist and Hill Descent Control.
The Liberty rides firmly, but irons out most bumps quite well and is stable on the highway. The Liberty sacrifices on-road handling for off-road prowess. The Liberty leans in turns and has a floppy feeling in quick changes of direction. Still, it’s rugged and capable off road; if we were heading up a rough logging road, we’d be pleased to be in a Liberty.
Inside, the Liberty has plenty of room for five. Cargo room is a plus. The Liberty’s second-row seats fold flat, as does the front passenger seat, to provide plenty of room for hauling boxes, bikes and life’s other accessories.
With a maximum towing capacity of 5,000 pounds, rugged off-road capability and plenty of cargo space, the Jeep Liberty is a good choice for small families or couples.
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