I agree that when Liberty first came out it was kind of a woman's Jeep (I mean, my grandma drives one). The first time I drove this Liberty, while exiting the parking garage, I was told by the gate attendant, "That is the ugliest Liberty ever, sorry man!" I disagree. I see it as more of a blank canvas. As it is, I liked the two-tone gray with matte black hood. The interior was well done, and the seats were unexpectedly comfortable.
Now the creative director in me takes over. I could see myself buying this Liberty with some added accessories. First, the Liberty would need a lift kit from ProComp or Fab Tech, with a nerf bar or Dee-Zee Side Steps. Next, I'd ditch the factory wheels for a color-complimentary FUEL D505 Gauge wheels in Matte Black. I'd replace the front bumper with something along the lines of a "Stealth Base Front Bumper" from Road Armor. With these items, I'd be ready for some adventure on the trails and around town.
Kelly Murphy, Creative Director