The 2010 Jeep Liberty Has a 3.7 liter Powertech V6 engine

Published: 07th July 2010
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The Jeep Liberty is a compact SUV which has been manufactured and sold by Chrysler since 2002. The 2010 Jeep Liberty is the third model of the car's second generation, which began with the 2008 Jeep Liberty. The Jeep Liberty is largely designed for all terrain and off-road driving.

The 2010 Jeep Liberty comes standard with the car's only engine option, which is a 3.7 liter Powertech V6 engine. With the six cylinder engine, the 2010 Jeep Liberty has towing capacity of almost 5,000 pounds. The 3.7 liter engine also generates about 210 horsepower. While the towing capacity is impressive, most Jeep Liberty reviews mention that the car's power is not impressive and does not compare well to other car's in its class.

The Jeep Liberty comes standard with two wheel drive, but can be upgraded to all wheel drive. All wheel drive is highly recommended for those who plan on off road driving. The 2010 Jeep Liberty also comes standard with a four speed automatic transmission. There are not other transmission upgrades available.

The Jeep Liberty gets good fuel efficiency compared to other compact SUVs an other all terrain SUVs. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that the 2010 Jeep Liberty gets 16 miles per gallon in the city and 21 miles per gallon on the highway. If the purchaser opts to upgrade to the all wheel drive Jeep, then fuel efficiency falls about 5%.

Overall, the 2010 Jeep Liberty is very similar to the 2008 and 2009 models. The engine is the same as the previous years. The only difference is that the earlier models came standard with a manual transmission, which had to be upgraded to an automatic transmission.

Learn more about Jeep Liberty Engine and other industry specific topics by visiting the company website.

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