Getting firsthand information from an actual car owner is one sure way to get an idea of car performance once it leaves the lot. Autobytel features real consumer reviews that give the unbiased experience of a car.
Pros: Rack and Pinion Steering
Cons: Spare Tire on Back
Advice: Get the LimitedAnybody who drives this SUV will buy this SUV!
Pros: Taking the top off
Cons: Gas mileage
Advice: Think before you buyHas generous power but why use it with all of the wind noise. The ride is bouncy and the wind is loud even with a hard top. If you drive on the highway, forget it. Gas mileage is horrible for such a small vehicle. One thing to note is that it costs so much for so little, you won't have any money to buy anything else, but that is good because there is no room to cart any payload. Off-road and in the snow it is great. As much as I complain, it's a jeep, so what more can I say.
Pros: Incredible engine
Cons: Where the rear tire is mounted
Advice: Go ahead and test drive, you will love itWhen I test drove it,I had to buy it. I have had a lot of trucks and this one is my personal favorite. It has everything an SUV should have and all the luxury you could ask for!
Pros: Accessiblity to the rear of the Liberty with the remote
Cons: Gas mileage
Advice: The Liberty has plenty of standard options for an affordable priceAfter having my baby, it became an difficult keeping a two door sports car so I began looking for an affordable SUV with lots of comfort. It took months looking for a good quality and comfortable SUV until I stopped by the Jeep dealership. When I took the Liberty for a test drive, I was sold on the smooth ride, extra space with lots of headroom as well as the overall look. Although the Jeep Liberty has poor gas mileage, the comfort in the ride is a big plus especially with pot holes in this area. It handles well in traffic with great acceleration. Everyday I go to work, I enjoy driving my Jeep and hope to keep this for years to come or hope that my next Jeep is as good as this one.
Pros: Solid quality feel.
Cons: Fuel economy.
Advice: Remember that this is a truck.Solid vehicle with a fairly good ride for a Jeep. Very good seating, quiet and a very good build quality with above average material quality. Fuel economy is poor, but one must keep in mind that this is a truck and it is also a very heavy vehicle. Compared with the other vehicles I had looked at, this offered more at a lower cost. A limited with leather and seat heaters is the way to go in Wi.
Pros: Wife: cute ; Husband: acceleration
Cons: Gas milage
Advice: Currently has rebate that makes it more affordable than CRVThis is my first Jeep, and so far my wife and I love it. It is solid, has lots of acceleration, and rides comfortably for a SUV. I have been impressed with the fit and finish, and the smoothness of the engine. My wife really likes the height of the vehicle, so she can see over traffic. It has a love it or not appearance, but we both love it. The interior is unique, but everything seems to be easy to easy to reach and use.
Pros: Everything about the dash, radio, and seats
Cons: I cant see the front of the hood very well while driving
Advice: Get the Limited with the V-8 and sandstone intGreat Truck. I have been off-road with no problems and lots of power (I have the V-8 and 4 wheel drive). The ride on road is very good. It is quiet and rides heavy. The radio on the Limited is the best I have seen yet. The seats are improved and give more support. I changed the air intake to K&B high flow and this gives me 17 MPG in town and 22 MPG on the HWY (and this is with a V-8 and 4 wheel drive)