2006 Jeep Liberty Owner's Manual
January 2001 marked the world premiere of the Cherokee SUV, factory designation KJ. The car with this name was supposed to be delivered to Europe, in the U.S. the car was called Liberty. In 2005, the car was slightly upgraded, and mass-produced until 2007. Jeep Liberty 2005 is a compact SUV, with a ground clearance of 200 mm and weighing 1650 kilograms. The car was equipped with a 2.5 liter diesel “turbo four” with 143-163 hp. Gasoline V6 had a capacity of 210 hp and 3.7 liters. The engine was equipped with manual transmission with 5 or 6 gears. There was also a four or five-band automatic transmission. Like its predecessor, today’s model is all-wheel drive, and Select-Trac system divides the torque between the axles.
Power steering, independent suspension, telescopic shock absorbers with wishbones ensure confident steering on any road. All seats are leather-trimmed, the front seats are heated, and manual lumbar adjustment is available in the driver’s seat. All Jeep models have a roomy trunk, Liberty is no exception, and if the rear seats are also folded down, the useful storage space increases.
We also have owner's manuals for other vehicle years:
- 2012 Jeep Liberty
- 2011 Jeep Liberty
- 2010 Jeep Liberty
- 2009 Jeep Liberty
- 2008 Jeep Liberty
- 2007 Jeep Liberty
- 2005 Jeep Liberty
- 2004 Jeep Liberty
- 2003 Jeep Liberty
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