Welcome to the 2015 Jeep Renegade Review. In this post we will talk about the brand new Jeep Renegade that is about to be launched for sale in 2015. First of all, let me summarize of what I think about this Jeep. This jeep doesn’t look like a Jeep at all, from my perspective it looks more like the combination of Fiat and Jeep Patriot. So externally there’s nothing new or astonishing looking.
The new Jeep Renegade has an built in removable sunroof, that will allow you to have a bit of that Jeep feeling and become closer to the environment. The dual-panel roof features secure panels that are fully lockable when in place. The panels can be removed and stored flat in a height-adjustable rear cargo area.
Here is a little bit about what you will get in a standard Jeep Renegade package – 4×4 system with low range, a 1-inch factory lift, distinctive front and rear fascias, skid plates, 17-inch off-road aluminum wheels, aggressive tires and red tow hooks. Basically the new Jeep Renegade model is designed for both off-road and on road driving with the maximum fuel efficiency.
On the inside there will be an U connect infotainment system with a 5 or 6.5-inch touchscreen display offering a wide array of technological goodies such as Bluetooth, DAB and HD radio, Sirius services, USB & AUX, as well as digital media broadcasting. In addition, the driver gets to play around with a 7-inch color multi-view reconfigurable display acting as the instrument cluster.
Summary: to be fair I think it’s a great vehicle to drive, but it doesn’t have that Jeep spirit which you get when driving a Wrangler or Cherokee, it’s an economic class vehicle that will probably suite a middle adventurous driver that doesn’t want to go too deep in the mud.
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Sources used: jeep.com, worldcarfans.com, thecarconnection.com.