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Greetings,
I've been driving an '02 2x4 Liberty since '05(ish) and on 4/26/17 acquired a 2016 Renegade TH to replace the old libby.
so far, I'm liking it. Nice size for a single guy, plenty room for my 6'5" tallness and long legs.
Quite an improvement over the 15 years between the two!
 

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Welcome. I had a 2003 Liberty 4x4 Renegade.
4x4? woooow, wish i could of afforded one back then too much the starving student sitting on a mystique with a blown head gasket...the libby (and a sport model) was the most bare bones i could find THAT FIT ! (EVEN IF IT HAD 88K ON IT)

the renegade IS the lap-o-luxury for me.
 

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Thanx,
just got back from trip to Napa Valley wine country (CA), not for pleasure (unfortunately). Had an orthopedic exam for total knee replacement with the only place around that has the ability to mix this mess (motorcycle wreck + botched repair by Kaiser HMO).
About a 250mile in 2 day round trip and the Renny didn't even hiccup, at 65-70 set on the cruiser control was easily doing 34-37 mpg. A little stiff suspension, but not unexpected considering the leanings of the TH over other models.
 

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Thanx,
just got back from trip to Napa Valley wine country (CA), not for pleasure (unfortunately). Had an orthopedic exam for total knee replacement with the only place around that has the ability to mix this mess (motorcycle wreck + botched repair by Kaiser HMO).
About a 250mile in 2 day round trip and the Renny didn't even hiccup, at 65-70 set on the cruiser control was easily doing 34-37 mpg. A little stiff suspension, but not unexpected considering the leanings of the TH over other models.

When I say Leanings it's as in 'more offroad/trail oriented' not has a listing to one side...
(for those that where confused)
 
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