The capable and popular midsize 2011 Jeep Liberty gives off-road enthusiasts and owners their own sense of personal freedom and capability.
For 2011, the Jeep Liberty is available in three models: Sport, Renegade and Limited. Renegade was introduced mid-way through the 2010 model year, and is equipped with features that position it between Sport and Limited with an emphasis on off-road equipment. Renegade boasts a premium, rugged appearance with standard class-leading capability features, including skid plates, Hill-start Assist and Hill-decent Control, unique color fenders, fascia and headlamps.
Inside, the Renegade includes a premium instrument panel with an Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC) and a leather steering wheel with controls.
Also new for 2011, all Liberty models feature a new steering wheel with standard controls for radio, EVIC, cruise control and Uconnect phone. Three new Media Centers are available in the Jeep Liberty.
The Jeep Liberty remains true to its legendary 4×4 heritage by offering two Jeep Trail Rated four-wheel-drive systems: Command-Trac II and the all-new Selec-Trac II. The Liberty features independent front suspension with rack-and-pinion steering and a five-link rear suspension.
The Liberty’s exterior takes on a rugged, classic Jeep look that captivates and broadens its consumer appeal. Inside the Jeep Liberty offers cargo and storage space, and seat comfort. Jeep’s Sky Slider full-length open-canvas roof is an industry exclusive and gives the Liberty that “have fun out there” open-air Jeep brand experience.
Base model estimated mpg: 16/22
Estimated starting price: $23,255
Compiled by Motor Matters

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