Jeep Liberty Limited Urban Terrain Stroller, Spark

Jeep Liberty Limited Urban Terrain Stroller, Spark

Finally one stroller that does it all! The Jeep Liberty Limited is the answer for those parents who go from nature walks to sidewalks to malls. Customize the Liberty to be your own travel system using favorite brands such as Chicco, Graco & Peg Perego infant car seats. Other must-have features include the iBaby Sound System which lets you connect your iPod or mp3 player for Music on the Move. The Jeep Liberty offers rugged, 12” inflatable tires that can easily navigate rough, bumpy surfaces. Easy-swivel front wheel locks for uneven surfaces. Removable child tray with 2 cup holders and toy steering wheel to keep baby entertained. Multi-position reclining seat accommodates child to 50 lbs. Parent tray offers 2 deep cup holders and compartment for iPod and other valuables. Stroller weighs 32 lbs. Requires 6 ‘AA’ batteries (not included). Folded: 18.5 H x 25.25 W x 36 L. One-year manufacturer warranty. JPMA Certified.

Main features

  • Metal, Polyester
  • Imported
  • iBaby sound system plays music for both parent and baby
  • Rugged 12 inch inflatable tires and with front wheel that swivels, or locks for uneven surfaces
  • Compatible with many popular infant car seats (no adapter required)
  • Removable child tray with 2 cup holders and toy steering wheel to keep baby entertained
  • Parent tray offers 2 deep cup holders and compartment for iPod and other valuables
  • Rugged 12″ inflatable tires and with front wheel that swivels, or locks for uneven surfaces

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Beware of flat tires.

I’ve been using this stroller for 10 months and give it 5 stars, because I love using this stroller.That being said… Yesterday I walked through a small patch the stickers. One of the back tires went flat before I could get back to our car. I had to carry the baby, hold onto my 5yo, and push the stroller. I fixed the back tire, just to wake up this morning with the front tire flat from a slow leak as well.If I had been out hiking we would have been in a bind. I highly suggest keeping a small tire pump, and maybe an extra tube with the stroller.

Karen Hudson, MI
★★★★★

Very durable stroller

A friend of mine literally has 6 strollers, I have 2 because this is my go-to excursion stroller. I really wanted a 3-wheeled stroller but not because I jog; because I thought it looked "cooler" then the bulky 4-wheeled Graco-styled ones. I found this one and made sure I bought one of the car seats that is compatible with it. I love that you don’t need an extra infant car seat adapter (like the BOB or others, you spend $399-$599 for the stroller then another $60 for the adapter, no thanks). It is rather big and heavy, fairly difficult for an apartment person like myself. But I store it in our car truck so I don’t lug it up and down stairs, we have a 2007 Sebring and it fits nicely, with extra room so its not a burden. And you step it up before you take the LO out and take it down after they are in the car. The tires do get low but no more/faster then a bike tire would. Storage area(s) are huge.

Joan Chester, GA
★★★★★

Smooth Ride

Got this on Amazon 1 1/2 yrs ago and I now have a better idea of what I like and don’t so I thought I would review it.Pros:Very easy to turn and push with one handFits my Chicco KeyFit 30 carseatNo issues on gravel, dirt, wet sand, and other terrains-very smoothVery smooth even when moving fast, haven’t tried full out jogging with it yetPlenty of storage space on this and my diaper bag hooks easily onto handlebarFolds easilyGreat size cup holderCons:Very large and barely fits in the trunk of my Alero, easily fits in the back of our Durango but takes up a lot of roomAkward to open when you pull it out, sometimes gets stuck and won’t unfold and I look like an idiot pulling on itPretty wide so it gets crowded fast in elevators or store aislesTires seem to flatten pretty fast, even when not using it all the timeTraveling through an airport with it wasn’t super easy, we still haven’t found something large enough to put it in to protect at gate checkEnd Result:If you are using it mostly in uncrowded areas (public gardens, parks, sidewalks, that kind of thing) it is an excellent stroller. If you are going to use it often in elevators, traveling by plane, or pulling it in and out of a car trunk it may not be the size you want for a single stroller.

Ila Woodlawn, IL
★★★★★

Love this stroller!

This is the 2nd time I purchased this stroller! The stroller is very comfortable and both my sons love riding in it. It is also a great stroller for jogging as well. I jog with it all the time. Would buy a 3rd time!

Kaye Trenton, NJ
★★★★★

Highly Recommended!

I’m onto my second DS with this! I love it!!Pro’s – SUPER easy to fold down, and to unpack, handles really easily.Lots of storageSun canopy does the jobParent tray is greatReclines enough to accommodate all agesSuper easy to use with my graco 360 connect car seatCon’sI havent used the child tray yet (with the steering wheel) as my average sized 16 month old cant reach it (too far/high up)Tires struggle when there is extra weightAnd I have had to inflate them a few timesCan also be a tad tricky getting around small stores because of the wide back wheelsHowever all in all absolutely great! Wish it came in a double side by side!

Abigail Berkeley, CA