From the time the Jeep marque ventured in the automotive business, stable ownership was seemingly elusive for it. Since 1941, Jeep had been into 4 different owners from the Willy's in 1941 to Kaiser in 1953 to American Motors Corporation or AMC in 1970 and to Chrysler Corporation in 1987 who had a nerger with the Daimler-Benz in 1998 to become the currently DaimlerChrysler. Ownership was not to affect the quality and character of Jeep vehicles. The same versatility, ability, refinement and elegance are evident on every Jeep model it boasts.
Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Scrambler, Jeep Commando, the entire Civilian Jeep or CJ models and the Jeep Liberty together with many others, form the automobile fleet of the Jeep brand. From the said Jeep model, the Jeep Liberty is on of the top model that used two new and fresh engine choice and these are the 150-horsepower, 2.4-liter, I4 engine and the 210-horsepower, 3.7-liter, V6 engine. Aside from those engines, several others were sported by the Liberty through the years. The Jeep Liberty is also the first one to use again an independent front suspension following the 1962 Jeep Wagoneer. A 4-wheel disc brake assembly can also be seen on such model.
Owning such Jeep model takes sufficient dedication matched with some of your time, money and effort, just to keep it on perfect engine, running and handling condition. Jeep Liberty parts and accessories such as the Jeep Liberty header are also made available to the public automotive market to address the growing needs demands by Jeep Liberty owners and adherents. These parts and accessories are important for the repair and maintenance of your vehicle. And sometimes, parts and accessories can also serve more than what they are expected to do. Some serve as safety features while some has to deal with the performance of the vehicle. Some also improve the appearance or create an exciting effect to the car.