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2003 Jeep Liberty Renegade With Arb Bull Bar And Ome Suspension on 2040-cars

US $5,500.00
Year:2003 Mileage:220614

Bemus Point, New York, United States

Bemus Point, New York, United States

A well-maintained early example of the Jeep Liberty Renegade featuring the very cool rooftop light bar. Prices on ebay suggest that a collectability factor accompanies this model.

Everything works. And both key fobs and owner's manual showing early service history are included.

This truck is fitted with an Australian ARB bull bar. It also has ARB/Old Man Emu shocks and springs providing a modest but useful 1+ 1/2 " lift. Mounted on the bull bar is a pair of PIAA driving lights.

It has the 5-spd manual transmission and 3.7L gasoline engine. The transmission is a Mopar (not aftermarket) reman that was installed Sept 2013 and came with a 100,000 mile warranty. Also new in Sept 2013: catalytic converter and transfer case shifter assembly. The clutch pack was replaced March 2014. The a/c compressor was replaced in August 2012, as were calipers, rotors, e-brake cable, exhaust system and outer tierod ends. 

The color is Cactus Green pearlcoat. It has an EVIC info center, unusual in a Renegade, providing compass, outside temp, distance to empty, mileage to service, accumulated mileage, instant mileage, trip odometer, and more. The head unit is a JVC with a Sirius module and several months remaining on the subscription.

Factory equipment includes the Skid Plate Group, Trailer Tow Group with a 2" receiver, the Active Lifestyle Roof Rack upgrade, 160 amp alternator, tinted glass, power fold-away mirrors, power sunroof, power locks, power driver's seat, power windows, fog lamps, tubular side steps, cruise control, six speakers, tilt steering column and the all-important grocery bag hooks (plus a lot of other stuff).

I have the service log showing that the original owner had the oil changed every 3,000 miles. I change the oil myself and have used Pennzoil Ultra 100% synthetic motor oil. Despite the 220,000 miles on the odo, the engine does not use more than a quart of oil in 1,500 miles, and in fact ran for 3,000 miles last winter without consuming any oil. A typical tank of fuel will average 18-20mpg. A high percentage of the mileage is of the over-the-road variety; my wife and I have driven it on National Parks vacations from Western NY to Oregon and the State of Washington, to California, to Maine, and to Georgia several times.

I had the undercarriage coated by Ziebart in November, 2012. There is a modest amount of rust bubbling along the bottom edge of the passenger doors and rocker panel, and on the inside of the rear door. The sale price includes clean right-side doors, rear door and rear glass I brought back from Atlanta, which are ready to paint and hang. A pair of brand-new struts for the rear glass is also included.

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2014 Jeep Cherokee will keep Liberty designation in China... sort of

Wed, 17 Apr 2013 13:31:00 EST

Chinese buyers will get their first live look at the 2014 Jeep Cherokee during the Shanghai Motor Show, but CarNewsChina is reporting that it will go by a different name - Ziyou Guan, which translates to "Liberty Light." The article states that our Jeep Liberty was never sold in China, but the iconic XJ Cherokee was sold and produced there as the Qinuoji (a phonetic translation of Cherokee).
The new Jeep Liberty Light will be built alongside the Fiat Viaggio (China's Fiat-badged version of the Dodge Dart) at the Guangzhou-Fiat plant, and the two models will share the same powertrains: a 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder base engine paired to a five-speed manual or a dual-clutch transmission and a 2.4-liter four-cylinder (the base engine for the US-spec 2014 Cherokee) as an optional engine. It doesn't sound like the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 will be offered in China.
We'll be on hand when the new Jeep debuts in Shanghai, so stay tuned to Autoblog this Friday night and Saturday for our live coverage of the show.

2014 Jeep Cherokee uncovered with bold new look

Fri, 22 Feb 2013 11:10:00 EST

Jeep has been shuttling around Alfa Romeo-based test mules and camouflaged prototypes of its replacement for the current Liberty for some time now. Those heavily disguised vehicles may have offered a glimpse of the new Jeep, but a new set of production-line images from Jalopnik tell a much more complete story.
Jalopnik report indicates unequivocally that the Cherokee name will be re-upped in place of Liberty, though it doesn't spell out exactly where that thinking comes from, though a name change has been rumored for some time. Chances are good that the same source that delivered these factory images delivered the name, as well.
The Cherokee absolutely has some Alfa Romeo DNA in its makeup, the final product is far from looking like its Guilietta ancestor. The athletic, high-waisted design is relatively attractive from what we can see here, though the grille and headlight treatment are sure to cause a lot of ruckus when the Cherokee makes its official debut at the New York Auto Show in April. The very narrow, pointed headlamps are pinched in a not particularly Jeep-ish fashion, and the curved, short version of the seven-slot grille is far more rakish than anything that Jeep has produced to date.

Jeep Wrangler's shift to aluminum could see production leave Toledo

Mon, 06 Oct 2014 13:28:00 EST

The Jeep Wrangler may be a timeless design, but sooner or later, time will run out and Chrysler will have to replace it with a newer model more friendly towards the earth it's designed to traverse. That will, it seems, mean a shift to aluminum construction (whether just for the body or for the entire structure) - but what will that mean for the Wrangler's long-time home of Toledo, OH?
According to the latest pronouncements from Fiat Chrysler chief Sergio Marchionne, the shift to an aluminum Wrangler would likely mean moving production out of Toledo. "If the solution is aluminum," Marchionne told Automotive News, "then I think unfortunately Toledo is the wrong place, the wrong setup to try and build a Wrangler, because it requires a complete reconfiguring of the assets that would be cost-prohibitive."
Marchionne also indicated that, were Wrangler production to move elsewhere, it would find another line to take its place in Ohio. "One of the thing that we are dealing with now is what else we do with Toledo that fulfills our commitment to the city and to Ohio. I don't have a doubt that there will be zero impact on head count and employment levels and anything else." Jeep has built the Wrangler in Toledo since World War II, with the exception of six years starting in 1986 when it was built in Brampton, Ontario. The complex dates back to 1910 and currently produces the Wrangler and Cherokee. Past products have included the Wagoneer and Commanche as well as the Dodge Dakota and Nitro.