2011 Jeep Liberty Trims

70th Anniversary
Limited
Limited 4WD
3 national listings
Avg. Price: $21,000
Sport
1 national listing
Avg. Price: $16,355
Sport 4WD
Avg. Price: $19,881
Limited
Base
Avg. Price: $19,284

The top dog in the 2011 Liberty lineup is the Jeep Liberty Limited. This rear-wheel-drive (RWD) five-passenger midsize SUV is a rugged, trailer-capable beast that additionally sports 64 cubic feet of cargo area with the rear seats folded, 17-inch alloy wheels, a roof rack, leather-trimmed upholstery, fold-flat front passenger seat, heated power-adjustable front seats, power windows, door locks, and heated mirrors, air conditioning, tilt-wheel steering, an electronic vehicle information center, speed control, driver memory settings, air conditioning, a single-CD player with eight Infinity premium speakers, and satellite radio. Options, meantime, include the well-wrought Sky Slider power-opening canvas roof or a regular power glass sunroof, UConnect hands-free communications, a trailer towing package, 30 gigabytes of music storage and GPS navigation with the Media Center Package, a universal garage door opener, side steps, 18-inch chrome wheels, all-terrain tires, automatic climate control, rear parking assist, and remote engine start.

Passenger safety is promoted in the 2011 Liberty Limited with standard four-wheel ABS, traction and stability control, front and rear head airbags, front head restraint whiplash protection, dusk-sensing headlights, front fog/driving lights, and a post-collision safety system.

Powering the 2011 Liberty Limited are a standard 3.7-liter V6 engine and four-speed automatic transmission with brake hill holder and auxiliary transmission fluid cooler. This combo puts out 210 hp and 235 lb-ft of torque, good enough to haul 5,000 pounds of trailer when properly equipped. Deceleration fuel cutoff helps the V6 get 16/22 mpg.

4WD
Avg. Price: $21,013

Go off-roading in comfort with the 2011 Jeep Liberty Limited 4WD midsize SUV. Equipped with standard 17-inch alloy wheels, a roof rack, leather-trimmed upholstery, reclining rear seats, power-adjustable, heated front seats, power accessories, including heated outside mirrors, air conditioning, speed control, tilt-wheel steering, electronic vehicle information display, single-CD player with eight premium speakers and Sirius satellite radio, four-wheel ABS, front and rear head airbags, front head restraint whiplash protection, front fog/driving lights, and a post-collision safety system, the Limited 4WD is a rugged beast with a soft heart. This mini-ute also boasts 64 cubic feet of cargo area with the rear seats folded, as well as a fold-flat front passenger seat for additional space. Options, meanwhile, include a trailer towing package with trailer sway control and hill start assist, either the Sky Slider power-opening canvas roof or a power glass sunroof, side steps, 18-inch chrome wheels, all-terrain tires, a 30-gigabyte hard drive and voice-activated GPS navigation in the Media Center, UConnect hands-free communications, a universal garage door opener, automatic climate control, rear parking sensors, and remote engine start.

As is standard across the lineup, the 2011 Liberty Limited 4WD carries the 210-hp, 235-lb-ft/torque 3.7-liter V6 and four-speed automatic transmission with brake hill holder, auxiliary transmission fluid cooler, and descent control. Its on-demand four-wheel-drive system additionally includes automated locking hubs and electronic hi-lo gear selection. Able to tow 5,000 pounds of trailer, the Limited 4WD is estimated at 15/21 mpg with the V6’s deceleration fuel cutoff feature.

Renegade
4WD
Avg. Price: $20,789

Second only to the Wrangler in Jeep’s legendary stable of off-road capable SUVs, the 2011 Jeep Liberty Renegade 4WD comes only in the trail-ready on-demand four-wheel-drive configuration. This rugged five-passenger midsize Sport Ute, though rough and ready, still boasts such standard appearance features and creature comforts as 16-inch alloy wheels, a roof rack with side rails, cloth seats, reclining second-row seats, fold-flat front passenger seat, speed control, tilt-wheel steering, electronic vehicle information center, air conditioning, single-CD player with six speakers, and satellite radio. Options, meantime, include leather-trimmed seating, a 30-gigabyte hard drive and GPS navigation with the Media Center Package, upgraded audio, a power glass sunroof or Sky Slider power-opening canvas roof, UConnect hands-free communications, universal garage door opener, remote engine start, a trailer towing package with trailer sway control, and automatic climate control. Additionally, the trail-rated Renegade boasts 64 cubic feet of cargo area with the rear seats folded.

Passengers can feel a little safer when headed up or down the goat path with the 2011 Liberty Renegade 4WD’s four-wheel ABS, traction and stability control, front and rear head airbags, front head restraint whiplash protection, front fog/driving lights, and post-collision safety system. Rear parking sensors are an optional safety item as well.

The 2011 Liberty Renegade 4WD is powered by the standard (and only) 3.7-liter V6 engine that mates with a standard four-speed automatic for 210 hp and 235 lb-ft of torque. The automatic transmission additionally boasts descent control, a brake hill holder, and auxiliary transmission fluid cooling. The on-demand 4WD system, meanwhile, features electronic hi-lo gear selection and auto-locking hubs, but all this cuts mileage to an estimated 15/21 mpg, even with deceleration fuel cutoff. As with its siblings, the Renegade 4WD is capable of hauling 5,000 pounds of trailer with the proper equipment.

Sport
Base
Avg. Price: $16,350

For 2011, the base trim of the Jeep Liberty lineup remains the Liberty Sport. This rear-wheel-drive midsize SUV will carry five passengers in relative comfort with cloth upholstery, reclining rear seats with split-folding seatbacks, and a flat-folding front passenger seat as part of its cabin ambiance. Additional comfort, convenience, safety, and appearance features include standard 16-inch alloy wheels, tilt-wheel steering, power windows, door locks, and heated outside mirrors, air conditioning, single-CD player with four speakers, Sirius satellite radio, speed control, four-wheel ABS, traction and stability control, front and rear head airbags, front head restraint whiplash protection, dusk-sensing headlights, and a post-collision safety system. Optional features include a Class III trailer towing package with trailer sway control and added cooling systems, a power glass sunroof or Sky Slider power retractable canvas roof, side steps, and front fog/driving lights.

The ubiquitous (meaning only) drivetrain for the 2011 Liberty Sport is a 3.7-liter V6 engine with deceleration fuel cut-off and a four-speed automatic transmission with brake hill holder and auxiliary transmission fluid cooler. This combo packs 210 hp and 235 lb-ft of torque to the tune of 16/22 mpg. The V6 can tow some 5,000 pounds when properly equipped.

4WD
Avg. Price: $18,057

Though the base trim of its lineup, the 2011 Jeep Liberty Sport 4WD midsize SUV can still take whatever those mountain trails dish out. When four-wheeling through the brush, this hearty ute also provides passengers with such standard appearance, safety, comfort, and convenience amenities as 16-inch alloy wheels, cloth upholstery, a fold-flat front passenger seat, reclining rear seats, power windows, door locks, and heated outside mirrors, air conditioning, speed control, a single-CD player with four speakers, satellite radio, four-wheel ABS, traction and stability control, front and rear head airbags, front head restraint whiplash protection, dusk-sensing headlights, and a post-collision safety system. Options, meanwhile, include a Class III towing package with trailer sway control, a power glass sunroof or the highly-touted Sky Slider power-opening canvas roof, side steps, and front fog/driving lights.

As with all its siblings, the sole powertrain for the 2011 Liberty Sport 4WD is a 3.7-liter V6 and four-speed automatic transmission packing 210 hp and 235 lb-ft of torque, as well as brake hill holding and descent control. On-demand four-wheel drive (4WD) keeps the Sport 4WD on track with electronic hi-lo gear selection and auto-locking hubs. With deceleration fuel cutoff, expect 15/21 mpg, along with the capability to tow 5,000 pounds of trailer with the proper equipment.