So far it has been a good value for a good SUV
Nothing has gone wrong with the Liberty so far, it has only been in for its scheduled oil changes, a tire rotation, and state inspection. Every item and feature on the vehicle has worked as it should since purchasing.
On the good side, the Liberty has a nice ride, and good room inside.
The instruments are nice, and it came well equipped for a very low price.
The 3.7 has fairly decent power and the 4WD works well.
Every feature on the Liberty works well, and it is comfortable on highway trips.
Nice solid rear axle, more of a truck type of chassis than a built up little car like many of the SUVs are now.
On the down side, it could get better MPG, but it's slightly better than our previous 4.0 Cherokee Sport and really not as bad as some make it out to be - maybe not Honda CRV MPG, but it's not a 150 HP four banger powering the Liberty either.
It has a lot of blind spots, especially when backing.
The hood sheet metal seems to move up and down slightly when riding on the highway.
Other than that, no real complaints thus far.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 6th October, 2009