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2002 Jeep Liberty Sport 0-60 Test The Jeep Liberty: The Jeep Liberty is a compact SUV produced under the Chrysler Company. Introduced in 2002 as a replacement for the Cherokee, the Liberty was priced to fall between the prices of the Wrangler and Grand Cherokee. It was the smallest Jeep SUV until the Compass and Patriot were created in 2007. The Liberty featured a unibody-on-ladder-frame construction, which added stiffness to its ride and handling for enhanced off-road capabilities. The Liberty is assembled in Toledo in the United States, as well as in Egypt and Venezuela. The Liberty's design came from a combination of two concept cars named the Dakar and Jeepster. It was created to replace the discontinued Jeep Cherokee. The Liberty is available in three trim levels; the top end Limited, a more rugged looking Renegade and the base Sport. All trims were available with either 2WD or 4WD. In 2007, the Renegade trim level was replaced with the Latitude. The Liberty was the first Jeep to use two new PowerTech engines; the 150 hp 2.4 L I4 which was dropped in 2006, and the 210 hp 3.7 L V6. The VM Motori 2.8 L I4 turbodiesel, became available in CRD 2005--2006 Sport and Limited models. The diesel version generated 160 horsepower and 295 lbs-ft of torque. Chrysler introduced the CRD to gauge the marketability of diesel engines in North America in comparison with the European market. The Liberty was also the first Jeep vehicle to use rack and pinion steering.




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