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Jeep Liberty

Jeep Liberty (United States of America, 2008-2013)

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Liberty Special Editions

2011 Arctic Edition

In 2011 Jeep released special, Arctic Editions of the Wrangler and Liberty models. Both trucks got heated seats and heated exterior mirrors. They also got features like foglights and automatic head lights.

The Liberty Arctic Edition gets the same exterior color options as the Wrangler Arctic Edition. It also has the same exterior and interior Arctic Edition badges and yeti footprints. It comes with black 16in wheels, tinted glass, blacked-out headlights and foglights. The interior gets a similar black interior with white inserts and orange stitching as the other Arctic Edtion. Buyers also get heated seats and a 6.5in  touchscreen radio. All of this in in addition to what buyers get in the Sport trim level Liberty which includes features like: power heated mirrors, automatic headlights and traction control.

The Liberty Arctic Edition comes with four-wheel drive, a 3.7 liter V6 engine producing 210hp and 235 lb-ft of torque and four-speed automatic transmission.



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