I bought a new Jeep Liberty in 2002 when they first came out.
I loved it until I had someone run into it. I never wanted to keep it even after fixing it.
Well, I had it fixed as good as new with Mopar parts and traded for a 2003 Jeep Liberty. I really liked it, and for years I had no real problems.
Then I hit a deer, and now engine parts are failing even after the radiator and cooling system was replaced.
Moral to this story: A JEEP is a good Jeep until someone or something hits it!!
Larry's Comment: Sorry you had so much trouble with your Liberty Jeeps.
The moral to your story, however, could apply to most any vehicle after an accident. Some can be repaired without any future snags, while others seem to bite the dust after a fender bender or two.
Hope you have better fortune with whatever vehicle you choose next.
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