If you search Autotrader for right-hand drive vehicles, you’re sure to turn up a few right-hand drive Jeep Wrangler models designed for post office use. But here’s something I haven’t seen before: A right-hand drive 2006 Jeep Liberty Limited, complete with leather upholstery, cruise control, alloy wheels and, well, the steering wheel on the wrong side of the car.
Finished in blue with a beige leather interior, this 2006 Liberty has traveled around 137,000 miles since new. According to the Carfax report, the vast majority of miles were added by the second owner in rural Snowflake, Arizona, who owned the car since 2007 and surely used it as a postal vehicle.
Maybe the most unusual thing about this Liberty is the fact that the Carfax report says it was originally a rental car in Los Angeles — suggesting the right-hand drive is a conversion, rather than a factory job. If that’s true, it was executed well, as you’d never know from looking at it that it wasn’t built that way.
Of course, as this Liberty is right-hand drive, its market is probably fairly limited — mainly to postal workers who have to reach out the right side of the vehicle to stick mail in rural mailboxes. If that’s you, you can pick up this Liberty at Galena Chrysler in rural Galena, Illinois, for $14,900. Find a Jeep Liberty for sale
Doug DeMuro is an automotive journalist who has written for many online and magazine publications. He once owned a Nissan Cube and a Ferrari 360 Modena. At the same time.