2011 Jeep Liberty: Price Drop And Interior Details Add Appeal

August 20, 2010
2010 Jeep Liberty

2010 Jeep Liberty

The 2011 Jeep Liberty won't look much different than the 2010 Liberty on the outside, but there will be a few key changes inside—including an all-new nav system.

Although Chrysler hasn't yet put out a release on what's different on the Liberty for 2011, Allpar reports that a few trim and equipment changes look to help maintain its appeal for another year.

According to the Allpar tipster—who sent a quick snapshot of the new interior—the Liberty gets a thicker matte-gunmetal-trimmed steering wheel, along with Bluetooth controls on the wheel, plus a matching trim on the door panels. The dash is punctuated with a new dark faux wood trim rather than the textured silver that was features on the 2010. "The navigation system is now the Garmin 430N system," the contributor also reports.

Jeep has however already released pricing information on the 2011 Liberty, and the new models should be arriving at dealerships as we report this. Value for the Liberty also looks to get a bit better: With a new range from $23,250 for the base Sport to $28,250 for the top-of-the-line 4WD Limited, the 2011 model is actually $5 to $485 cheaper than comparable 2010 Liberty models.


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