Discussion in 'KJ General Discussion' started by sideshowant, Jan 25, 2007.
no doubt i can't wait. hey what does that type 43 thing in the speedometer mean?
PM me, if you total it. \/
Another good thing is you don't have the roofrails. Or do you? (Aeh)
yeah i have the roof racks. i don't mind though cause i can mount my snowboard when i go ride. so whats the deal with these gears? why are they so good?
Look for the owners manual behind the dash grab bar if you haven't already. The 2005 2.4 with 6 speed gets better fuel economy than any other 4x4 Liberty. If it hat ESP I would consider getting one for my daughter.
Electronic Stability Program
cool, thanks for the link.
yeah but ya gotta wonder if towing a motorcyle is much different than having three passengers and a load of gear?
My son has the 2.4. He likes it fine -- has had no problems. I've driven it also and like the way it runs and handles. Only difference -- not quite as fast or throaty sounding. I would have no issues with having one.
You are rated to tow 2000#. Your gas mileage is (according to the EPA) 2MPG better than if you were driving the 3.6L, 6-speed.
Those engines are used in other DC products so you should have no problem if you need parts. The only major difference is that you will have a timing belt replacement -- check your manual when you get it.
I'm sure you'll enjoy it!
thanks for the info guys. more than likely i'm not going to be towing my motorcycle. i haven't yet. i don't even own a trailer. i was just wondering in case i ever needed to. but that's a good point with having the liberty full of gear and people if that would be any different from towing a motorcycle. i play drums in a band, and even though i haven't had any gigs since i purchased the liberty you can bet that all of my drums including hardware will be in the back along with a passenger or two. i'm sure it's going to handle great even with a few hundred pounds if weight in it.
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