i imagine to a Jeep fan that would be the equivalent of saying, 'I rented a Saab or a Volvo, I don't remember which, but I didn't like it." The Compass had a unibody, a four cylinder, a FWD based AWD system, and is Jeep's cheapest vehicle.. The Liberty is a semi body on frame design, six cylinder engine, solid rear axle, traditional 4WD with low range vehicle. Not really fair to assume your experience with one applies to the other. The Compass does poorly in comparisons. I'm not sure how the Liberty does. On the road its comfortable though not as good as 'soft roaders' like the RAV4, but its off road capabilities are far superior, so it probably depends on what you're looking for.
No worries that Johnson wants a truck-ier vehicle, but your criticism of the Liberty seemed unfair given that it could have been based on the very different compass.
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