The following facts about the Jeep Liberty, manufactured by Jeep, were retrieved from many sources. We only strive to point out major facts that could be most useful to our customers here.
The Jeep Liberty was introduced in 2002 to replace the Jeep Cherokee.
The Jeep Liberty features a unibody-on-ladder-frame construction.
The Jeep Liberty is assembled at the Toledo North Assembly Plant, as well as in other countries including Egypt and Venezuela.
From 2002-2007 the Jeep Liberty was offered with three different trim level: Limited, Renegade, and Sport.
In 2007, the Jeep Liberty Renegade trim package was replaced with the Latitude package that focused more on an urban appearance.
The Jeep Liberty CRD was discontinued in 2007 because of stricter emission laws.
In 2008, the Jeep Liberty received a complete redesign with a more boxy and off-road look.
The Jeep Liberty was nominated for the North American Truck of the Year for 2002.
Jeep Liberty History