2003 Jeep Liberty Sport 2.8 CRD from UK and Ireland
Great concept, but more homework required
Transfer gearbox rebuild required at 8000.
Front suspension rebuild at 8000.
Radio etc. at 10,000.
Rear discs at 9000.
Front pads at 11000.
Electric mirrors at 15000 + 22000.
All four discs (again) at 28000.
Nice car to drive, with low wind noise at motorway/freeway speeds.
Good 'not quite sure where it fits' brand image which means you can take it anywhere or use for anything.
Dreadfully engineered and great evidence that the Americans didn't make it to the moon. I can't believe the number of major things that have gone wrong - I've even bought a folding bicycle to make it easy to get it to and from the dealer.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 31st May, 2006
11th Jun 2006, 10:58
You must have a lemon and or abuse your Liberty. I had a 2003 Liberty for two years and it performed flawlessly (mechanically). I did however unload it for a 2006 Honda CR-V. Why, you ask. The Liberty's fuel mileage was worse than my brother's Chevy Tahoe. Not acceptable to me so it went bye-bye. I would recommend the Liberty to anyone looking for a rugged, go anywhere TRUCK. I would remind them that it is thirsty for it's size though.