It would be a perfect little SUV if the lights just worked properly
I bought my Liberty new in 2002, and it has been very well maintained. A couple of years ago, at around 75,000 miles, the headlights started turning themselves off and back on while driving, accompanied by a clicking sound. It has continued to do it randomly ever since. The dome lights will also turn themselves on and off, but only when the headlights are not on. It does one or the other. Everyone I've spoken to about it or taken it to has no idea why it does this, and Chrysler claims to have never heard of this problem, in spite of the fact that there are thousands of posts on different sites regarding this, and many have called Chrysler about it.
Other than this, it is a great vehicle that I've had no other problem with, but this is a BIG problem that the manufacturer refuses to even acknowledge, let alone recall to fix it.
It is VERY dangerous at night; other drivers think you are flashing your lights at them. Chrysler needs to step up and do something about this, but I still would not buy another Chrysler/Jeep of any kind, ever.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 27th October, 2012