The Jeep Liberty, discontinued in 2012, was the predecessor to the current model Jeep Cherokee. In its ten years of production, it sold more than a million units.
The Liberty is a compact SUV, available in Sport, Limited or Jet trims, with a 3.7-liter V6 engine that produces 210hp. It was released in two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive options and has decent off-road and towing capabilities. However, the Liberty is criticized for its small interior, clumsy handling, and noisy, thirsty engine.
The Liberty has been subject to numerous recalls, investigations and complaints (links relate to the 2012 model), including concerning safety issues such as non-functioning airbags, braking defects, and fuel spillage. If you are dealing with problems with your Jeep Liberty, reach out to Abeel & Associates’ experienced team by phone or via our website for advice on obtaining a repair, replacement, refund or cash compensation.
Recent model year Liberty are experiencing the following defects:
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