Jeep is an American automotive brand famous for the distinctively rugged lineup of vehicles that it has produced since the 1940s. It is America's oldest brand of off-road vehicles and has been owned by Chrysler since 1987. The 2002 Jeep Liberty sport utility vehicle comes in Renegade and Limited trims. Both are powered by a 3.7 L engine.
The Jeep Liberty's 3.7 L V 6 engine produces 235 ft-lbs or 319 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. It also delivers 210 horsepower at 5,200 rpm.
Other Engineering Specs
This 3.7 L front engine has a 3.66-inch bore, a 3.57-inch stroke and a compression ratio of 9.1:1. The Liberty has a multi-point fuel-injection system.
Most trims come with a five-speed manual overdrive transmission standard, though consumers had the option of switching this for a four-speed automatic. The Limited trim came with a four-speed automatic standard.
The 2002 Jeep Liberty 3.7L is capable of attaining an estimated fuel efficiency of 16 mpg in the city and 20 mpg on highways. Maximum payload is 1,150 pounds and the towing capacity is 5,000 pounds.
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