2004 Jeep Liberty Owner's Manual
The most compact crossover among all Jeep models with a four-door configuration. It was on this SUV that the manufacturer installed a steering rack, instead of the traditional gearbox, and the car also received an updated design. The usual “brick” style was replaced by an aerodynamic and advantageous silhouette.
Regardless of the modification, the car was equipped with a 2.4-liter gasoline engine with a maximum capacity of 147 horsepower. In the last restyling in 2005, a five-band automatic transmission was introduced. Originally a five-speed manual or four-band transmission was installed. The base version is the all-wheel drive Command-Track transmission. Rear-wheel drive models were also available in the U.S. market.
2004 Jeep Liberty is the king of off-roading, due to its small overhangs, decent ground clearance, and power-hungry suspension, it feels confident even on difficult terrain. The manufacturer also added an A-arm, which spared the crossover from transverse body sway on rough roads.
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