Do you prefer to keep your Jeep of road instead of off, but want a vehicle that is prepared to look cool and perform when necessary? The 2012 Jeep Liberty Arctic Edition may be the solution that you are looking for. The Arctic Edition features several of the same cosmetic touches as the Wrangler Arctic Edition, but emphasizes an enhanced ride, comfort, and affordability.
The Arctic Edition is based on the Liberty Sport 4×4 platform. It can be ordered in Winter Chill, Bright Silver, Bright White or Mineral Gray. This edition offers a unique hood decal, deeply tinted windows for more comfortable driving in glare conditions, tow hooks, blacked-out headlamps, and standard fog lamps. The P235/70R16 OWL all-terrain tires wrap comfortably around 16-inch aluminum wheels that are finished in semi-gloss black. Power is provided by a 3.7L V6 engine that furnished 210 ponies for the four-speed automatic transmission to disperse as it sees fit.
The interior is somewhat common place in Jeep models. You can find the same trim in the Wrangler Arctic Orange edition. The front bucket seats are heated and fully powered. They are trimmed in black vinyl with a Gortex embossment and an Arctic logo. Facing you is a set of special gray-faced gauges and a Media Center 430 touch-screen with a nine-speaker Infiniti sound system. Jeep thought of everything when it added specially designed floor mats to keep you carpets clean and dry.
The 2012 Jeep Liberty Arctic Edition will be going on sale starting later in November, 2011 with a starting MSRP of $27,465. Considering that the average MSRP this year is a touch over $30,000 that is fairly affordable. If you are interested in a Jeep that will meet all of your performance needs on road, this is the model for you.