The capable and popular Jeep Liberty mid-size SUV gives off-road enthusiasts and owners their own sense of personal freedom and capability that defines the Jeep brand. 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, tire-pressure monitoring (TPM), Hill-start Assist (HSA) and Hill-decent Control (HDC), unique color fender flares, fascia and headlamps. Inside, the Renegade includes a premium instrument panel with an Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC) and a leather steering wheel with audio controls. In addition, a more premium Liberty model – the Liberty Jet – was introduced at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show. It combines Liberty’s renowned capability with a unique, upscale appearance.
The Jeep Liberty remains true to its legendary 4x4 heritage by offering two Jeep Trail Rated® four-wheel-drive systems – Command-Trac II® and 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. Remote start, memory seats, power mirrors and express up/down windows are part of the available features and options.
Source: Jeep press