You can find 22 different trims for the Jeep Liberty and their corresponding recommended oil type.
The years available stretch from 2001 through to 2012 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.
Originally brought in as a replacement for the Cherokee model that had been selling since the 1970’s the Jeep Liberty experienced a short lifespan before being discontinued in 2012.
Jeep restored the Cherokee nameplate and redesigned the car to be smaller to take on the compact crossover SUV market.
The Liberty saw many modern additions added to its chassis such as rack-and-pinion steering and independent front suspension.
Engines under the hood sported modern fuel efficient designs that weren’t available for the other Jeep models at that time.
To bring the truck up to date and help it compete on the global auto market a redesign was implemented that moulded the car into looking more like the popular Dodge Nitro.
Motoring publications and potential customers were quick to notice the design being almost identical to the Jeep Commander though this model being slightly smaller.
Sales recovered slightly with the redesign but they were a long way off from the models peak in 2002/2003 barely reaching half way to those figures.
Reliability issues were the main complaint with the Liberty from customers and the issue of styling was quelled with the face-lift but this could do nothing for the slide in sales.