The Liberty is freshened for 2005, with a bolder, more square appearance in line with future Jeep models. The flat hood, revised grille and wheel flares, and fresh body side moldings are reminiscent of recent Jeep concept models and move the Liberty in line with new Grand Cherokee. With the update, the Liberty Renegade is further distinguished from other models as it takes on a flagship role, with distinct off-road foglamps, taillamp guards, functional rock rails, four skid plates, and diamond-plate inspired seat fabric. Key options include 235/70R16 all-terrain tires and GPS DVD-based navigation radio. While the European market has had a diesel Liberty, this model will be offered in the U.S. for the first time for 2005. Certain to appeal to off-roaders and those concerned about fuel economy, the efficient 2.8-liter common rail diesel (CRD) engine is rated at an estimated 160 horsepower at 3800 rpm and with 295 lb.-ft. at 1800 rpm, providing class-leading torque and towing capability. This engine offers much more torque, while improving fuel economy about 25 percent and reducing CO2 emissions by an average of 20 percent. The diesel engine will be available on both Sport and Limited models. Click here to watch the Jeep video.