The most recent, second-generation Jeep Liberty was produced from 2008-’12. It features improved on-road handling, extra passenger room (thanks to a 2-inch-longer wheelbase) and upgraded features.
Like its predecessor, the second-generation Liberty was available in two main trim levels — Sport and Limited — though there were also a few low-volume special editions (most notably the hard-core 2010-’11 Renegade off-roader) that popped up. The base Sport included alloy wheels, air-conditioning, power accessories and a six-speaker sound system, while the Limited threw in niceties like bigger wheels, a power driver seat and an Infinity audio system.
Available equipment included rear parking sensors, leather upholstery and heated power front seats (both standard on Limited as of 2010), Bluetooth, a navigation system (upgraded for 2011) and a unique panoramic canvas sunroof known as SkySlider.