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Used Jeep Liberty for Sale in San Francisco, CA

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Pre-owned Jeep Liberty in San Francisco, CA

Whether work brought you here or it's always been your home, San Francisco, California is your town. But you know there's a lot more beyond the confines of your city. The Golden State begs to be explored. With more than half the year being nothing but sunny days, the weather is usually as good as it gets. If you want to see everything from the Santa Monica Pier to Glacier Point, you're going to need a great car.

For you only one car will do—a Jeep Liberty. It has just about everything you are looking for in an automobile—contemporary styling, workmanship, and great safety features. Plus, it's made by Jeep, a brand you respect. The one thing giving you pause is a the price of a new Jeep Liberty. What if you could get almost everything you're looking for in a Jeep, but without paying full price?

Shift—how we do business

It all begins with our meticulous 150-point inspection. Not a single vehicle leaves our property unless they satisfy our checklist. To assure that you get a wallet-friendlier rate, we constantly track hundreds of thousands of points of data on current prices for comparable Jeep Libertys. You'll have peace of mind knowing that your vehicle is ready to drive and that you got a great deal.

Jeep Liberty—what to know

Jeep, an American automaker, has a long history of producing some of the most capable off-road vehicles. The first Jeeps were produced as a collaboration between Willys-Overland and Ford, and were used during WW II. During the 1970s, Jeep became extremely popular as four-wheel drive automobiles soared in popularity. The popular Cherokee and Wrangler models followed a decade later. The company was eventually sold to FIAT in 2014. Today, Jeep has introduced new models like the Gladiator truck and re-introduced classics for the modern era like the redesigned Wagoneer.

Jeep Liberty has a 210hp, 4L engine. The Jeep Liberty gets 16mpg city and 22mpg highway. The Liberty is available in several body styles like crew cab pickup - short bed and sport utility.

Get your used Jeep Liberty in San Francisco, CA before it's gone

At Shift, have the used Liberty you want and at a budget-friendly price. We make sure all Jeep Libertys are road-ready and send along all the vehicle's history reports. You may call it a win-win, but we think it's the way used car buying should be. Moreover, if you're ever in doubt, you get seven days from the purchase date to bring it back. Get that new-car feeling with a pre-owned Jeep. Don't let that Jeep you've had your eyes on pass you by. Lock in your price today.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Jeep Liberty

We know you may have many questions about purchasing a pre-owned Jeep, and we're available to answer them. Below are some of our customers' most frequently asked questions on Jeeps. Below are several of our customers' most frequently asked questions on Jeep Libertys.
Does Jeep make luxury vehicles?
No, Jeep is not considered a luxury brand. Still, you can get a used Jeep Liberty with some great features.
What are the best-selling Jeep models?
Jeep has no shortage of models that customers love. The most popular Jeep models are the Wrangler Unlimited, Grand Cherokee, Cherokee, Compass, and Renegade
What are the available body styles for the Jeep Liberty?
The Jeep Liberty comes in either a sport utility and crew cab pickup - short bed
Can I return the Liberty if I don't like it?
From the date of purchase, you get seven days to bring it back. To accept your return, the vehicle has to be in the same condition that you purchased it.

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