2010 Jeep Liberty

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15 CITY / 21 HWY
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The Jeep Liberty is a compact SUV sharing a unibody platform with the Dodge Nitro-but the Liberty offers low-range gearing with its available 4WD system while the Nitro does not. All models share a 3.7-liter V-6 engine mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission. For 2010, the standard 6-cylinder engine receives fuel shutoff technology to increase economy, new options are introduced, and safety-oriented active headrests are fitted across the model range.
  • New active headrests across all trim levels
  • New \"interactive Decel Fuel Shutoff\" (iDFSO) increases gas mileage
  • Standard air filtration system
  • Standard stain-repellent seat fabric with the Premium trim option
  • Standard fold-flat front passenger seat
  • Standard heated exterior mirrors on the Sport models
  • Standard passenger express-up power windows on the Limited models
  • Standard driver and passenger heated leather seats on the Limited models
  • Optional \"UConnect\" on the Limited models
  • New larger floor mats

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