Find the 2005 Jeep Liberty Owners Manual below. The 2005 Jeep Liberty is just the right vehicle for comfy rides in all the terrains.
The standard Sport model of the jeep owns a 2.4 L with 150 hp four-cylinder engine. The Renegade models and the Limited Edition models have a standard 3.7 L with a 210 hp V6 engine. This engine is available as an option in the Sport model. There are also two options to choose from in 2005 Jeep Liberty Owners Manual between a four-speed automatic or a six-speed manual transmission and between a four-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive.
The Daimler Chrysler’s division of jeep substituted the Cherokee in 2002 with a larger jeep known as the Liberty. The car got built in Toledo, Ohio, and got titled as the stiffest jeep of the time. It provides a good balance to those buyers who want a wagon along with the capability to tackle off-road pavements.
Interiors of the model got modified and include relocated switches of power windows, trim bezels, and new instrument cluster graphics. The Liberty is a five-seater jeep. 2005 Jeep Liberty Owners Manual owns a 65/35 split rear seat which can be easily folded by one hand. There are round gauges present in the instrument panel. The seats have been made more comfortable as well. Its CD player is common in all the models and also a GPS navigation radio based on DVD may be fitted in Renegades. The car owns a rack and pinion steering.
2005 Jeep Liberty Manual Features & Reviews
There is no such drastic change in the exterior from the previous age of Liberty to the 2005 Jeep Liberty Manual. The body of the car is integrated with trapezoidal wheel flares. A seven-slit grille highlights the front of the model. The 2005 Jeep Liberty has a renewed exterior design, grille, owns a new fascia, body-side moldings, fender flares, and fog lamps.
Moving to the trim level, the model has got three trim levels namely Sport, Limited, and Renegade. Each of these levels comes with the option of two-wheel and four-wheel drive. Limited Edition of the model provides the advantage of upgraded interior features along with the better quality of the cloth upholstery used. Renegade enjoys the feature of optional automatic transmission. It comes standard with cruise control, air conditioning, power windows, power mirrors, power locks, aluminum wheels of 16-inch, keyless entry, and tilt-steering wheel.
All the 2005 Jeep Liberty Owners Manual have dual front airbags as a standard. There is also some optional equipment such as side curtain-type airbags and anti-lock brakes. Less cargo space in comparison to its competition is one of the major setbacks. Some reviewers also complain that the model does not give a ‘carlike’ feel.