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2002 Jeep Liberty OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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NS
Scranton, Pennsylvania
5.0
Best truck in the snow!!
My Jeep Liberty is the best running vehicle I have ever driven in the snow! I feel 110% safe with my kids in this truck. It has 4 wheel drive that you control! When you put it into 4 wheel drive during the worst snow storm going up a steep hill, this jeep will make it no problem! No spinning tires with this Jeep! The body style is rugged, it runs fantastic still, and I would purchase 10 more. This Jeep is built to last for years!! The only downside of this vehicle is the interior. For it being an off road vehicle the seats are not stain resistant.
SAS
SAS
Elmwood Park, Illinois
5.0
Love it!
This is a first model year for the Liberty and while you could expect problems with a new model that has not been the case with my Jeep. With well over 140,000 miles the car has basically required standard care like oil changes, brakes, exhaust system and tires. The V6 engine which lacks in fuel economy can get up to highway speed quickly. We average about 22 miles per gallon on the highway. It doesn't feel sluggish even in the mountains. The four wheel drive system is very capable and the vehicle can get through all the snow Chicago can dish out. The cabin is well appointed with durable heated leather front seats and plenty of headroom. The control panel is easy to read and the radio controls are on the steering wheels. The back seats are best suited for small adults and children. The rear seats are split. Being a Jeep, the ride is a little rougher than a sedan. The interior is also slightly noisy. I have had a Mopar pet divider installed between the rear seat and trunk area. This is a great way to contain a medium size dog. My Jeep also came with a trailer hitch which we use to attach a bike rack. We do put our tandem bicycle on the roof rack but need a step stool to get it up there. Overall, this car has been extremely reliable and a pleasure to own.