Both the Sport and Limited models of the 2010 Liberty come quite well equipped, with the Limited model offering a host of extras, including heated leather seats, cruise control, voice-activated Bluetooth, a garage-door opener, and upgraded trim. There are plenty of cool options, such as a music hard drive system, Bluetooth, rain-sensing wipers, and a Sky Slider sunroof, if you don't mind the higher price tag.
It’s the Sky Slider canvas roof that grabs the attention of most reviewers. Internet Auto Guide says, “For wow factor, it will be hard to beat Jeep's Sky Slider canvas roof. This power rolling canvas top runs nearly the length of the vehicle, and can be opened front-to-back or back-to-front.” Truck Trend raves, “Our favorite interior change is the industry-exclusive Sky Slider optional power sunroof, which almost makes the Liberty feel like a convertible when it's fully open.”
Sport and Limited trims are offered for the 2010 Jeep Liberty, and both have a choice between 2WD and 4WD. New for 2010 are heated mirrors and a fold-flat front passenger seat. Additionally, the Limited model now comes with Bluetooth, leather upholstery, and power heated front seats. Coupled with the MyGIG audio system and rain-sensing wipers, the Jeep Liberty offers a fairly impressive package when it comes to features.
MSN Autos points out some practical features: “Nifty touches: I appreciated how easy it is to fold down the rear seatbacks for additional cargo room. I did it with just one hand. It's also easy to get into the rear cargo area of the Liberty from the back of the vehicle, thanks to the new swing gate/flipper glass system that Jeep is patenting.” Going back to the Dodge Nitro comparison, Automobile Magazine comments, “while there's no Load 'n Go sliding load floor like on the Nitro, there is waterproof under-floor storage bin.” Inside the Liberty, Jeep clearly considers practical conveniences—and cleaning up after a seriously dirty adventure.