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2005 Jeep Liberty Sport 4WDReview
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A1 — live in ND goes great in snow & mud start up & runs with the big boys easy 2 keep clean & looks great when clean handles very good i only have 50% use of left arm so handle is a must well spend money love it

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: has over 100k and still starts & runs like new i would recommed 2 anybody

Cons: none so far

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2005 Jeep Liberty Sport 4WDReview
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Perfect — I honestly wish I would have never traded off my Liberty. It was the perfect vehicle for traveling, driving to work, or going camping. I will have a Jeep again. I am broken hearted they quit making the Liberty. I would recommend this vehicle to anyone.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: I loved everything about this vehicle. It handled perfectly and was roomy for the family and anything we had to load in to it,

Cons: I have no Cons about this vehicle at all.

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2005 Jeep Liberty Limited 4WDReview
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I Love This Car, But Unfortunately In A Transitional Part Of My Life. — I love diesel vehicles, and this one doesn't disappoint. The only thing I'm not the biggest fan of is the chrome accents. But I've never been much of a chrome girl. This car is also great at hauling loads. But like most diesels, it's important to allow the vehicles engine time to warm up, and cool down.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: The vehicle has great power for it's size. With a new turbo, updated maintenance, easy handling, minimal blind spots, new break pads/routers, and no accident history (knock on wood), this little car proves to be a solid vehicle. It handles great off terrain, but like with most 4X4 vehicles, a lift would make it all the better (hence 3 out of 4 stars). The overall feel of this car is pleasant.

Cons: There are some basic cosmetics that need to be addressed. Crack in windshield, basic wear, so on. But these basic, and small, problems don't ruin the overall look/feel of the vehicle.

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2005 Jeep Liberty Limited 4WDReview
Bo writes:
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Great Ride — My Lifted Diesel 4x4 is comfortable and sporty, love the compact size, i can tows tons and get good fuel mileage. It does it all. Minor issues but nothing really bad. We use it for off-road fun and commuting. a Head turner too. Lots of guys and girls want to buy it.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: CRD Engine

Cons: JEEP

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2005 Jeep Liberty LimitedReview
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Jeep Liberty Strikes A Balance Between Off-road Capability And On-road Sophistication. — It's a good choice for drivers who like to venture into the backcountry, but need comfort and practicality in a daily driver. A higher degree of off-highway capability separates the Liberty from other small SUVs. Though less agile on the road than the so-called cute-utes, the Liberty is superior once you leave the pavement.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: The Jeep Liberty offers a good balance for someone who enjoys the outdoors. Day in and day out, it takes the place of a car or wagon. The Liberty seats four comfortably and can carry up to five people and their gear. Fold the rear seats and it can move two people and some serious cargo. Turn off the pavement and it's able to negotiate most trails with confidence.

Cons: This Jeep has some hail damage on the hood

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2005 Jeep Liberty Renegade 4WDReview
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Love This Car — superb handling in the snow. Great drive for long distances. Fit everything you need in the trunk. The back seats fold down flat opening up the entire back. Looks pretty beasty without any mods. Not too good on gas, but that's expected.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: fits everything. reliable. minimal  repairs have been needed. solid machine

Cons: gas millage

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2005 Jeep Liberty Sport 4WDReview
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I Love My Jeep — 1 week ago I bought the Jeep Liberty. I am in love with Jeep. Gorgeous, super comfortable, spend a little gasoline, but nothing extreme. I feel very safe driving in the jeep liberty and it is a very comfortable car with a nice trunk!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: I love! So nice

Cons: spend a little gasoline, but nothing extreme

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2005 Jeep Liberty SportReview
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This Was My First Car And I Don't Regret Ever Buying It. — I would have bought the 4WD instead of the 2WD, but it is still a great car. I drive about 100 miles per week and gas tank lasts about a week and half at this rate. Engine has a lot of power.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: This is a great reliable family car.  It has never given me an issue or broken down. This jeep is sturdy yet comfortable.

Cons: Fuel economy is average.

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2005 Jeep Liberty Renegade 4WDReview
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Fun To Drive — my son and his friend were in a head on crash with the center highway retaining wall,both walked away without being injured, thank you Jeep for the strong rugged body, car was totaled, went out and purchased a 2004 liberty columbia edition

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: healthy, strong in snow

Cons: hard ride

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2005 Jeep Liberty Sport 4WDReview
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Getting Rid Of The Liberty — Found out today that every valve on the right side of the engine, on my 2005 Liberty with 29,000 miles, is burnt. The story from the mechanic it is that due to some carbon build up and it has caused the valve guides to go bad. He also stated that not driving it enough can be a cause for the carbon build up. He also found that one of the timing chain guides had broken . . on the right side. Coincidence? So, $3100 later it is time to say goodbye to the Liberty

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Like that it is higher off the ground but still small.

Cons: Major repair with only 28,000 miles

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Reviews From Other Years

2012 Jeep Liberty Reviews

Review By Guru9HNJDH

The 2012 Jeep Liberty has issues with the shifting transfer box. Jeep must of know about this problem, because they installed a place to pry the cover off to reset the shift box. Read More

Review By Guru988S5P

The car is very clean and well kept from a purely cosmetic view. Both the interior and exterior are in remarkably good condition for a 10 year old vehicle. I noticed serious issues immediately upo... Read More

2011 Jeep Liberty Reviews

Review By GuruQFFDJ

Car was dirty, broken windshield, the passenger seat was falling apart. Read More

Review By Rick

I looked at the base model, the sport the clear coat was worn off in numerous places, not sure if this is something common with 2011. Liberty felt secure doing the test drive, its a heavy SUV and the ... Read More

2010 Jeep Liberty Reviews

Review By Baconknightt

Looks to be great value. Im trying to get money together so I can get it outright. Read More

Review By tom

It is what it is, just not pleased, reply was minenal at best Read More

2009 Jeep Liberty Reviews

Review By Guru9T96LF

Nice car exactly as I expected, Read More

Plenty Of Room By Steve

We like the roominess of the Interior for Family trips etc., and overall appearance of 2009 Liberty Limited 4WD. Plenty of cargo space with rear seats folded down. Gas mileage could be much better. Do... Read More

2008 Jeep Liberty Reviews

Review By Brent

Its good for what I need Ive owned jeeps since 1975 at about 12 of them Read More

Review By KwalJames

Love the boxy looking Jeeps! Just took this across the country. 5,000 miles and 13 states. Not a single problem Read More

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