2006 Jeep Liberty
145,324 Miles
$7,025

Santa Fe, NM
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2006 Jeep Liberty
91,988 Miles
$5,490

Massapequa, NY
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2006 Jeep Liberty
154,808 Miles
$5,495

Idaho Falls, ID
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2006 Jeep Liberty
76,984 Miles
$7,413

Wichita, KS
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2006 Jeep Liberty
87,387 Miles
$6,555

Selden, NY
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2006 Jeep Liberty
180,062 Miles
$6,240

Henderson, KY
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2006 Jeep Liberty
90,648 Miles
$5,995

Columbus, OH
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2006 Jeep Liberty
127,488 Miles
$6,755

Columbus, OH
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2006 Jeep Liberty
132,121 Miles
$3,997

Columbus, OH
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2006 Jeep Liberty
145,114 Miles
$6,994

Hiawatha, IA
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2006 Jeep Liberty
131,039 Miles
$6,500

Dubuque, IA
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2006 Jeep Liberty
176,038 Miles
$4,995

Ridgewood, Queens, NY
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2006 Jeep Liberty
100,166 Miles
$5,995

East Meadow, NY
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2006 Jeep Liberty
90,274 Miles
$4,500

Okemos, MI
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2006 Jeep Liberty
130,749 Miles
$5,490

Marlow Heights, MD
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2006 Jeep Liberty
78,987 Miles
$7,990

Maryville, MO
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2006 Jeep Liberty
84,562 Miles
$7,816

Twin Falls, ID
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2006 Jeep Liberty
156,518 Miles
$4,998

Columbus, OH
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2006 Jeep Liberty
162,106 Miles
$5,800

Grandville, MI
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2006 Jeep Liberty
103,382 Miles
$7,995

Le Mars, IA
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2006 Jeep Liberty Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.5
2 Reviews
Overall
3.5
Value
3.0
Performance
2.5
Style
3.5
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.5

2006 Jeep Liberty Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2006 Jeep Liberty - Jeeps are very reliable and safe. Only downfall is gas mileage.

Kristen
Towson, Maryland
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
My 2006 Jeep liberty sport is one of the most reliable cars I have ever owned. I have had no issues with it, since owning it for a little over 2 years. The drive is smooth and it can handle harsh roads without any problems. Off roading, driving over gravel and torn up concrete is no issue. Gas mileage is one downfall as I have a 45-minute commute and that eats up my gas. I probably have to fill it up about once every week if I drive a lot, if I am not driving as much I can stretch it to filling up once every two weeks. Overall, I feel very safe in my Jeep. The size gives me the room I want and I feel like I can see the road better from a SUV like my Jeep. For it being almost 10 years old, it drives like a brand new car would. It has no weird sounds, the engine is not loud. There is a l... (more)
Story
Being able to take road trips to the beach in my Jeep is one of my favorite memories because it was such an easy, smooth ride. I rolled down the windows, opened the sun roof on a nice summer day and felt very at peace and happy. I was able to take it on the sand where my friends and I had a tailgate on the beach and it was a very fun time.
Pros
I really wanted three top features in a car that my jeep has: heated seats, leather interior, and a sun roof. I love the look of the tan leather seats my jeep has, it makes for easy clean up of any spills. I really like the tire being on the back of the jeep rather than inside or under the car. It is a typical jeep look that the new liberty's don't have and it gives it a similar look to Jeep wranglers. I like that it can be an off-roading vehicle because it makes it very easy to drive in adverse weather or bad roads. Speed bumps and pot holes are no match for my jeep. Snow is also no probl... (more)
Cons
My top negative things about the vehicle was the issue with regaining traction on the road when it is raining. It is very annoying stopping at a red light in the rain and then having the cars gears sputter while trying to regain traction at every stop I make. Also the gas mileage is not very great if you are going to be driving a lot.

2006 Jeep Liberty - Love Hate Relationship

ZW
DeLand, Florida
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
2.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
1.0
There are times when I loved this car. There are times when I've hated this car. It seems like it has been plagued with problems since we got it off the CarMax dealership. It still has problems, but through it, I'm learning the art of auto maintenance that I would never have with a more reliable car. Learning is a good thing. I've always loved Jeeps. From the re-"designed" Jeepneys of Philippines, to the rugged Wranglers. I wanted a small SUV that I could park in tight places, but has enough space to carry gardening supplies from the local hardware store. The 4x4 is a plus, though I haven't used it. This little guy serves my purposes for a vehicle. Then It started breaking down, chipping through my patience. First, the windows came down - fell, I should say. The back seat window drop... (more)
Story
A worker from LOWES offered to buy it from me. I wasn't even trying to sell it. He wanted it for his wife. I felt too guilty to even consider giving him a going price.
Pros
4x4 (which I haven't tested) Agile. I can easily fit it into tight spaces. Simple. It's not gadget heavy, it doesn't have Bluetooth enabled computers you can plug your phone into, a GPS system, a backup camera, or a DVD player, but to me those are distractions. Cup Holders. Some sports cars don't have this luxury. Be envious of my cup holders. Trunk space. I've been able to fit a small outdoor sectional sofa in the back of this thing.
Cons
Color. Do you know how many small silver SUV's there are in a parking lot? Reliability. I don't doubt that the engine will get me to where I need to go, but everything else is iffy.

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