Jeep Liberty Towing Capacity
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- Manufacturer: Jeep
- Data Source: Owner's Manual
You can find 50 different trims/engines for the Jeep Liberty and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.
The years available stretch from 2002 through to 2012 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.
The Jeep Liberty is a compact SUV that was manufactured by Jeep in 2002. There have been two generations since its release, with the second generation debuting in 2008. It was later discontinued in 2012.
It was also sold as the Jeep Cherokee outside of the United States. It featured a 4-door layout typical to many SUVs.
The two generations were given the designations of KJ and KK respectively.
The Jeep Liberty shares many similarities to the Jeep Commander. It is also priced between the smaller Jeep Wrangler and the full-size Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Competition from outside of Jeep comes from the Toyota Hilux and Volvo XC60.
Powertrains include a number of diesel and petrol options. Diesel options range from a turbocharged 2.5-liter inline-4 to multiple turbocharged 2.8-liter inline-4s. Petrol engines ranged from the smallest 2.4-liter inline-4 up to the 3.7-liter V6.
There were a number of transmissions used for the Liberty, running from a 4-speed automatic to a 5-speed automatic. Manual options ranged between 5-speed and 6-speed gearboxes.
Trim levels included the base Sport and Limited. The second generation also had the Altitude trim level. There was also the Renegade version, which provided a more off-road capable package to customers.
Jeep made a number of special editions for the second-generation models, including the Arctic Edition, 70th Anniversary Edition, and Jet Edition. First-generation special editions included the Freedom Edition, Columbia Edition, Rocky Mountain Editions, and finally the 65th Anniversary Edition.
The Jeep Liberty was later discontinued in 2012 in order to streamline the lineup in response to the release of the new Cherokee.