2004 Jeep Liberty Owner Reviews
- Exterior Styling
- Interior Comfort
- Quality & Durability
2004 jeep liberty love it
looks real hot i added alot of chrome to it and it just looks awesome. handels just like my wife chrysler 00.the 3.7 engine is real fast.the back seats realy are not that comfortable but passable.the trusk looks like the beast of the of road moon roof is awesome and the truck handels real nice . it looks brand new, in fact i took it in for service and the dealer thaut is was new.its not for sale . ill keep this baby.
Review of 2004 Jeep Liberty
I drove my Jeep off the lot with 4 miles on it. It has been a great car until about 100k. Now I am at 104k and have a brand new transmi$$ion, AC system and am still trying to figure out how to open the back gate with a broken latch. Other than that, it has been great. Beats a car payment, wouldn't trade it for anything.
Stopped driving my Vette for the Liberty
<p>I first experinced a Liberty when my corvette was in the shop for repairs and I needed a rental. I was impressed enough that I bought one as my second car. It performed so well I started driving the Liberty and it became my primary vehicle. I was always thinking this must be a quality built 4WD since I never had problems. My biggest decision was where to stop for gas! I keep my oil changed every 3000 miles and have the recommended maintence done.</p> <p>After driving 29,000 miles in three years the AC, and a seatbelt were the only issues I had. They were covered under warranty and fixed with no problem.</p> <p>I will buy another Jeep when this one is paid off and give this one to my 19 year old son. But he knows about the quality of a Liberty after hearing me praise the AC and heater systems. The 4WD is easy to use comes in handy with the wintery roads in Colorado. I highly recommend to rent one first if you are deciding which vehicle to buy. It'll be a test drive the dealerships don't offer. Drive it and you'll buy it.</p>
Best all-around utility vehicle I have owned
<p>I have owned a lot of 4WD vehicles, both for personal use and buisness (where I have owned four at a time). The Liberty is the best of the lot.</p> <p>It gets a true 17 mpg around town, and 20 to 22 on the highway. It is not as comfortable as a car-based utility vehicle, but it is a heck of a lot tougher. My wife and I just put it to the test in the Sierras over a route we often traveled in our Wrangler. Except for less clearance, it was the equal to the Wrangler. We went places only quads were going.</p> <p>For a business/family vehicle, it has adequate carrying capacity, reasonable comfort and great reliability.</p> <p>I have had ZERO problems. Unfortunately, those with complaints are most likely to submit these reviews. The Liberty owners I speak to have similar experinces to mine.</p>
Love my Liberty!
<p>If maintained as directed in manual, virtually no mechanical issues in 3 1/2 years. Ride is smooth on highwy and city, not truck-like at all. Exterior looks as good as the day purchased. Comfortable interior. Great pick-up. Will always buy a Jeep.</p>
Review of 2004 Jeep Liberty
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