Sport 4dr 4x2
2006 Jeep Liberty

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Engine Engine 3.7LV-6
MPG MPG 18 City / 22 Hwy
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2006 Liberty Overview

Tougher and more trailworthy than most compact SUVs, the Jeep Liberty offers a good compromise between road worthiness and off-highway capability.Day in and day out, Liberty works like a car or wagon.It seats four people comfortably and can carry up to five and their gear.Fold the rear seats and it can move two people and some serious cargo.

Turn off the pavement, and Liberty can negotiate most trails with confidence.True to its Jeep heritage, Liberty offers superior off-road capability that sets it apart from the herd of compact urban cute-utes.True, the Liberty gives up some refinement and road agility to do this.It does not ride or handle as well as some of the other small SUVs.But the Liberty is among the best of the small sport-utilities for drivers who want serious off-road capability on the weekend yet need practicality and affordability during the week.

The mid-range Renegade looks the part, with its flatter hood, taller grille, off-road foglamps and taillamp guards.Renegade also features functional rock rails and skid plates.All-terrain tires are optional, as are GPS navigation and an overhead light bar.

But the economy-priced Sport and luxury-grade Limited models are plenty capable as well, and offer something the Renegade does not: the only diesel engine available in a compact or mid-size SUV.Liberty's 2.8-liter turbo-diesel uses advanced common-rail technology for low emissions, maximum economy, and performance to make you forget all about gasoline.

All-new for 2001, Liberty was extensively updated for 2005, with more comfortable seats and a more contemporary appearance.For 2006, all Liberty models come with Jeep's Electronic Stability Program (ESP), anti-lock brakes (ABS), Electronic Roll Mitigation, and all-speed traction control.
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2006 Liberty Overview

Tougher and more trailworthy than most compact SUVs, the Jeep Liberty offers a good compromise between road worthiness and off-highway capability.Day in and day out, Liberty works like a car or wagon.It seats four people comfortably and can carry up to five and their gear.Fold the rear seats and it can move two people and some serious cargo.

Turn off the pavement, and Liberty can negotiate most trails with confidence.True to its Jeep heritage, Liberty offers superior off-road capability that sets it apart from the herd of compact urban cute-utes.True, the Liberty gives up some refinement and road agility to do this.It does not ride or handle as well as some of the other small SUVs.But the Liberty is among the best of the small sport-utilities for drivers who want serious off-road capability on the weekend yet need practicality and affordability during the week.

The mid-range Renegade looks the part, with its flatter hood, taller grille, off-road foglamps and taillamp guards.Renegade also features functional rock rails and skid plates.All-terrain tires are optional, as are GPS navigation and an overhead light bar.

But the economy-priced Sport and luxury-grade Limited models are plenty capable as well, and offer something the Renegade does not: the only diesel engine available in a compact or mid-size SUV.Liberty's 2.8-liter turbo-diesel uses advanced common-rail technology for low emissions, maximum economy, and performance to make you forget all about gasoline.

All-new for 2001, Liberty was extensively updated for 2005, with more comfortable seats and a more contemporary appearance.For 2006, all Liberty models come with Jeep's Electronic Stability Program (ESP), anti-lock brakes (ABS), Electronic Roll Mitigation, and all-speed traction control.Hide Full Review