Chrysler’s Jeep brand will pull the plug on the Liberty model on the 16th of August, 2012, because the model will be replaced by a new generation.
The Chrysler Group LLC didn’t say anything official on this subject just yet but according to the Detroit News, the Jeep Liberty will finally leave the production line on the 16th of August after it was being assembled for the last 11 years. The Jeep Liberty had a good run and it stayed popular despite its brand isn’t so appreciated after being “shaken” by the NHTSA over the years but the model has to leave the production line in order to be replaced by a new generation.
The replacement for the Jeep Liberty is rumored to keep its original name but those of you who want to get your hands on one will have to wait until next year, because the model will be officially presented to the public at the 2013 Detroit Motor Show and it will arrive in showrooms in the middle of the year. The replacement for the Jeep Liberty is expected to be priced at around 24,000 USD. More details about the current generation of the Jeep Liberty leaving the production line should be announced shortly.