How many miles should a Jeep Liberty last?

I bought my Jeep Liberty in 2010, and it has over 100,000 miles on it. My friend said I should trade it in and get something more reliable, but I don’t want to get rid of my Jeep if it will last for a while longer. How many miles can you put on a Jeep Liberty before it starts breaking down?

Megan Lebron · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Typically, a
Jeep Liberty
can last anywhere from 10-15 years or 200,000 to 400,000 miles. Of course, how you drive and maintain your
can have a big impact on how long your vehicle lasts.
Here are some tips to keep your Jeep running longer:
  • Have a regular maintenance schedule
  • Use only the manufacturer recommended oil
  • Check fluid levels frequently
  • Check belts for cracks or slipping
  • In cold weather, warm your engine up before driving
A regular maintenance schedule can keep your vehicle in top shape, and a good car insurance policy that protect your investment even further. With the #1 rated insurance app
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