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BASE INVOICE
$22,598
BASE MSRP
$23,250
On Features
The Liberty offers enough to make shoppers happy, whether they're looking for a well-equipped off-roader or a reasonably luxurious utility vehicle.
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Garmin-based navigation that's a major improvement over the old unit
Motor Trend

a reasonable dosage of options (leather interior, sunroof, premium audio, premium wheels) can push the sticker up so that it nudges $30,000... and that's Grand Cherokee territory
Autoblog

Our test vehicle also had the optional Sky Slider sunroof, a fabric unit that peels all the way back to the cargo area, opening both rows of seats to sunny blue skies. That’s cool.
Vehix.com

While some call the sliding fabric roof a gimmick, to me it's a feature that is a perfect match for the Jeep brand.
Automobile Magazine


The 2011 Jeep Liberty is offered primarily in base Sport, off-road-ready Renegade, and more luxurious Limited trims. In addition, new Sport Jet and Limited Jet models offer a spiced-up appearance, with big 20-inch aluminum wheels, chrome molding, and other black and bright trim throughout, plus a leather-wrapped steering wheel and alarm system.

In general, there's a big jump in look and feel up to the Limited models, which offer a long list of equipment over the sport, including leather upholstery, heated front seats, steering-wheel audio controls, a Bluetooth hands-free interface, a garage-door opener, a cargo cover, and various other trim upgrades.

For 2011, the audio systems have been revamped. All models get steering-wheel controls, while the new upgrade system is DVD and MP3 compatible and comes with a touch screen and 30-gigabyte hard drive, and has built in Garmin navigation and Sirius Traffic and Travel Link services in its top configuration.

There are plenty of cool options, such as a music hard drive system, rain-sensing wipers, and a Sky Slider sunroof, if you don't mind the higher price tag.

Conclusion

The Liberty offers enough to make shoppers happy, whether they're looking for a well-equipped off-roader or a reasonably luxurious utility vehicle.

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