Post Tagged with: "Liberty"
Born in 2001 as a California smog-passing replacement for the Cherokee, the Jeep Liberty has soldiered on with two generations under its belt. Although nowhere near as captivating or capable as the boxy “XJ” it surpassed, the “KJ/KK” is still one of the most rugged SUVs on the market today. Despite its subdued Jeep-ness, the Liberty will soon [...]
Earlier in the year, Chrysler LLC and its Jeep division issued a recall on certain models of the Liberty SUV due to premature rust and subsequent suspension issues. If located in the northeastern and coastal United States, excessive salt could cause the rear lower control arms of the Jeeps to fracture and break. Jeep’s initial recall covered approximately 209,724 Liberty [...]
The Ward’s 10 Best winning new corporate block from Chrysler LLC known as the Pentastar has been doing rather well lately and has been mainly responsible for numerous vehicle saves. It may have working duty in almost every product from the automaker but there is only so much one engine can do. In order to [...]
Chrysler LLC and Jeep will be issuing a voluntary recall on certain Liberty SUVs for an area specific issue. The rear suspension system on trucks located in the northeastern and coastal United States (otherwise known as the “salt belt”) could be especially susceptible to rust, so much so that the pieces could separate. When the lower control arms [...]
During the fall of 2011, Chrysler LLC and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) began receiving complaints regarding the Jeep Liberty and its air bags. In September, 39 owners stated, seven to the NHTSA and 32 to the automaker, that in both 2002 and 2003 model year SUVs, the systems deployed when there had not [...]