Find the 2006 Jeep Liberty Owners Manual below. The 2006 Jeep Liberty is just the right vehicle for comfy rides in all the terrains.
The base model 2006 Jeep Liberty Owners Manual consists of a 3.7-liter V6 engine that returns 210 horsepower and 235 lb-ft torque. Renegade and Sport trim levels provide six-speed manual transmission as standard and a four-speed automatic as optional. You’ll find a four-speed automatic as a standard feature on the Limited trim. Also, the Jeep Liberty has a diesel-fueled 2.8-liter engine as an option on the Sport and Limited trims.
Jeep Liberty is the successor of Jeep Cherokee providing a good fusion between off-road and highway capabilities. If you are looking for a small SUV to make numerous off-road trips then Jeep Liberty is the best choice. It is tough and trail-worthy compared to most compact SUVs. Its higher off-road capability of the model differentiates it from other small SUVs.
Jeep Liberty Manual has a roomy interior compatible to accommodate five passengers and has a good amount of cargo space available. Driver seat has enough headroom to give a spacious feeling that is better than most of the SUVs in its segment. Power seats are optional to provide the height-adjustable seating system. It has standard cloth upholstery and comfortable rear seats.
Rear seats come with a lot more headroom as compared to the front seats. Though, the 2006 Jeep Liberty Owners Manual model has limited knee room. When we check the Limited trim of the model, it adds attractive chrome lights to the doors as well as the instrument panel. The limited model comes with particularly nice interior features and materials.
2006 Jeep Liberty Manual Features & Reviews
Talking about the Liberty’s appearance, it raises no question that it looks like a jeep featuring round headlights and a seven-slat grille. The Renegade model features a flatter hood and freestanding fog lamps. Bolted fender flares are also available.
Jeep Liberty in its 2006 model offers three trim levels namely Sport, Renegade, and Limited. The base model, Sport encompasses standard features that include air conditioning, 16-inch wheels of steel, a CD player, power windows, and power locks. Moving to the Renegade, it adds up cruise control, steering wheel covered with leather, good material upholstery, and alloy wheels. Limited, the advanced and exclusive model features a power driver seat and alloy wheels of 17-inch.
Additional features can be added according to the requirement of the customer. Some of them include a power sunroof, heated seats, an in-dash CD audio system, leather upholstery, and a navigation system. To ensure the safety of the passengers, stability control and anti-lock disc brakes come standard on 2006 Jeep Liberty Owners Manual. Side curtain bags are available as an option on the model.
Reviewers find that the model does not give a carlike feel on the road as compared to its competitors.