jeep renagad

cheap, and cheerful, the Renegade is just as much fun as its toy like dimensions might lead you to believe. Its styling is full of nifty Jeep touches, including two removable “My Sky” roof panels and clever Easter Egg design details sprinkled throughout. Power comes from a 160-hp, 1.4-liter turbo four with a six-speed manual or a 180-hp, 2.4-liter four with a nine-speed automatic. Each is available with front- or four-wheel drive.The Renegade certainly doesn’t look like a sellout, although it does look weird. Then again, its segment includes so many outlandish shapes—Kia Soul, Nissan Juke, Mini Countryman—that it’s not so much a class of vehicles as it is a clown college. And it’s about to get weirder with the Chevy Trax, Honda HR-V, Mazda CX-3, and the Renegade’s sibling rival, the shapely Fiat 500X. Odd it may be, but the Renegade doesn’t look bad, and it certainly isn’t as cheap as the Patriot or as dorky as the Compass. It’s cheekily, confidently butch without being overdone, its upright stance, trademark grille, and taillights that protrude from the bodywork immediately identifying it as a relative of the Wrangler. so at the end the jeep renagad is not a bad car to buy. I would like one


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