When it’s raining, snowing, or sleeting outside and you need to drive, your Jeep Liberty’s wiper blades suddenly become quite important. To ensure you’re ready for these bouts of inclement weather, it’s vital to replace your blades on a regular basis.
Fortunately, you can use the chart on this page to make the blade-buying process much easier. You’ll be able to find the correct size blades the very first time so that you don’t have to waste time or money. Even better, when you get your new wiper blades, all you have to do is snap the old ones off the wiper arms and snap the new ones in place.
About the Jeep Liberty
Taking over where the Jeep Cherokee (XJ) left off, the Jeep Liberty was Jeep’s smallest SUV until the Compass and Patriot came on the scene in 2007. First sold in 2002, the Liberty enjoyed fairly strong sales for much of its production run until cannibalization from other models led to its demise in 2012 after two generations of development.
In the last Jeep Liberty, the only engine available was a 3.7-liter V6. Jeep did make a Liberty with a four-cylinder engine when it was first introduced. However, Jeep discontinued this engine option in 2008 to help differentiate it from the Patriot and Compass SUVs.
As might be expected with a Jeep vehicle, one thing that sets the Liberty apart from its competitors is its mechanical all-wheel-drive system. This helps the Jeep Liberty perform better in tough driving conditions than other SUVs, many of which are designed to be used more as daily drivers.
The interior of the Liberty is comfortable for both front-row passengers and passengers riding in the second row. Front-row legroom comes in at 40.8 inches, and second-row legroom measures 38.2 inches. There’s also plenty of cargo space, with the area behind the front row offering 60.9 cubic feet of space.
If you’re in the market for a small yet rugged SUV that has plenty of power and interior space, don’t hesitate to consider the Jeep Liberty.
Jeep Liberty Wiper Blade Size Chart