The Jeep Liberty (KJ) was first introduced in May 2001 for the 2002 model year. The compact SUV was designed as a replacement for the Cherokee (XJ) and priced between the Wrangler and Grand Cherokee. The vehicle was the smallest of four door models produced by Jeep until 2007 and featured unibody construction. The car was inspired by styling from the Dakar and Jeepster concept vehicles. It was the first in the Jeep lineup to use rack and pinion steering and also used two PowerTech engines that were new at the time. The car was offered in three basic trim levels, which included the Sport (base model), Renegade (off-road ready model), and Limited Edition (top-of-the-line model).
It’s important that when you’re making repairs or replacements to your Jeep Liberty, you are doing so with high-quality parts that will fit. Only OEM Liberty parts are going to be made with the exact specifications of your model and make the installation process simple. Here at Don Jackson Chrysler Dodge Jeep, we carry a whole range of OEM Liberty parts that make finding what you need simple. You can just plug in your VIN or search by make and model year to find exactly what you need, whether it’s a new set of floor mats or replacement suspension components.