I've had my '02 Liberty with 96,000 miles for two weeks now and find that we're driving it more than I thought we would, as the wife is liking it too. It was bought as 'toy' and not a daily driver. Since it was just a toy, I cheaped out, instead of maybe spending a little more for a newer year with less miles. It has new tires, new rear window struts and four recalls done at the Jeep dealer. I've put in a new air filter and changed the oil and filter. My next step is to take it to my mechanic to get the other fluids changed and possibly spark plugs, if needed. So my question is, should a continue to invest in this vehicle or should I accumulate another $2500 - $3000 and flip this one and get maybe an '05 to '07 with less than 70,000 miles on it? I've priced out a new radio with Bluetooth and speakers that would run me about $450 installed. Not sure what new suspension would cost (not lifted). So if it was yours, would you put more money into the '02 or raise more funds and trade up to a newer model with considerably less miles on it? Almost forgot to ask about head gaskets. Is it a given that it will 'go' in the not too distant future, or do some of them hang in there for 200,000 miles or more? Just wondering if this is in my future if I keep the car for two or three years. Thanks for any input.