|Manufacturer||Jeep (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles)|
|Assembly||Melfi, Potenza, Italy (SATA)
Goiana, Pernambuco, Brazil
|Designer||Jeremy Glover & Ian Hedge|
|Body and chassis|
|Class||Subcompact crossover SUV|
|Body style||5-door SUV|
|Layout||Transverse front-engine, front-wheel drive / four-wheel drive|
|Platform||FCA Small US Wide 4×4|
|Wheelbase||101.2 in (2,570 mm)|
|Length||166.6 in (4,230 mm)|
|Width||71.06 in (1,805 mm)|
|Height||66.5 in (1,690 mm)|
The Jeep Renegade (BU) is a subcompact crossover SUV (mini SUV in Europe) produced by Jeep. It is built in Melfi, Italy (alongside the related Fiat 500X); Goiana, Brazil (alongside the recently launched Fiat Toro); and in Guangzhou, China. It was first shown to the public in March 2014 at the Geneva Motor Show and mass-production started in late August of that year. The Renegade is the first Jeep product to be produced exclusively outside of North America and will sell in South African, European, North American, and Brazilian markets.
The Renegade offers two four-wheel drive systems Active Drive I and Active Drive Low, both of which are paired with Jeep's Selec-Terrain System. It also has an available My Sky dual panel removable roof. The My Sky can be either retracted like a standard sunroof or removed completely for a more open-air experience, similar to that of the Jeep Wrangler.
At one time it was believed that the Renegade would replace the Compass and Patriot in the Jeep lineup, but the Renegade has since been clearly identified by Jeep as being in a smaller class than the MK twins.
Standard Renegade models come with front-wheel-drive, with four-wheel drive available on Sport, Latitude & Limited trims. In the US, the lineup consists of Sport, Latitude and Limited trims, all of which come with a choice of front and four-wheel-drive, as well as the Trailhawk trim, which is 4WD only.
The base Sport model includes a 1.4L MultiAir Turbocharged Inline Four-Cylinder (I4) engine, a six-speed manual transmission, sixteen-inch, black-finished steel wheels, a black-finished front grille, black side mirrors and door handles, the U Connect 3.0 A/M-F/M stereo w/ USB, iPod, and 3.5-millimeter auxiliary audio input jacks and four speakers, a heater (no air conditioning), cloth seating surfaces, a 3.5-inch monochromatic instrument cluster display screen, remote keyless entry with power door locks, and more. The Power and Air Group adds air conditioning and power windows. The Sound Group adds the U Connect 5.0BT A/M-F/M stereo with USB, iPod, and 3.5-millimeter auxiliary audio input jacks with five-inch color touch-screen display, voice command, U Connect hands-free Bluetooth phone and stereo wireless audio streaming, and six speakers. The Sport model's MSRP, without options, for Front-Wheel-Drive (FWD) is $17,995.00, and for Four-Wheel-Drive (4X4/4WD), is $19,995.00.
The mid-level Latitude model includes the Sport's standard equipment, plus seventeen-inch black-accented alloy wheels, exterior-colored side mirrors and door handles, the U Connect 5.0BT A/M-F/M stereo w/ USB, iPod, and 3.5-millimeter auxiliary audio input jacks with five-inch color touch-screen display, voice command, U Connect hands-free Bluetooth phone and stereo wireless audio streaming and six speakers, power windows, air conditioning, and more. The MySky removable "sunroof" roof panels, both manually-removable or power-retractable, are available on this model and higher-end models. The Latitude' model's MSRP, without options, for Front-Wheel-Drive (FWD) is $21,295.00, and for Four-Wheel-Drive (4X4/4WD) is $23,295.00.
The top-of-the-line Limited model includes the Latitude's standard equipment, plus the 2.4L TigerShark Inline Four-Cylinder (I4) engine, a nine-speed automatic transmission, leather seating surfaces, a silver-finished front grille, chrome side mirrors and door handles, and more. The MySky removable "sunroof" panels, both manually-removable or power-retractable, are available on this model, the Latitude model, and higher-end models. The Limited model's MSRP, without options, for Front-Wheel-Drive (FWD) is $24,795.00, and for Four-Wheel-Drive (4X4/4WD) is $26,795.00.
The off road-ready Trailhawk model includes the Latitude's standard equipment, plus the 2.4L TigerShark Inline Four-Cylinder (I4) engine, a nine-speed automatic transmission, red-finished front tow hooks, off-road suspension with underbody skid plates, a rugged interior, and more. The MySky removable "sunroof" panels, both manually-removable or power-retractable, are available on this model, the Latitude model, and higher-end models. The Trailhawk model's base MSRP, only available in Four-Wheel-Drive (4X4/4WD), is $25,995.00.
All models other than the base Sport model offer optional features such as passive entry with push-button start, a remote start system, the U Connect 6.5AN stereo with A/M-F/M HD Radio, iPod/USB and 3.5-millimeter auxiliary audio input jacks, SIRIUS-XM Satellite Radio, voice command, U Connect ACCESS and Apps with hands-free Bluetooth phone and stereo wireless audio streaming, GPS navigation by Garmin, a 6.5-inch touch-screen display, and steering wheel-mounted remote controls, nine premium amplified speakers with a subwoofer, SIRIUS-XM Satellite Radio, power front bucket seats, the MySky retractable roof panel system (manually-removable or power-retractable), heated dual front bucket seats, and more.
TrailHawk models are "Trail Rated" and feature Jeep's Active Drive Low four-wheel drive system and a 20 mm (0.79 in) lift kit. It also features 17 in (430 mm) aluminum wheels, skid plates, and unique front and rear fascias compared to standard Renegade models. Like the Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk, the Renegade Trailhawk features red front and rear tow hooks, a red 'Trail Rated 4X4' badge on both front upper fenders, a black vinyl decal in the center of the hood, and alloy wheels with black-painted accents. The Trailhawk model emphasizes the Renegade's off-road capabilities, and is meant for the avid off-roader.
The Renegade offers either cloth or leather seating surfaces. It offers seating for five passengers, with a 40/20/40 split-folding rear bench seat, and a fold-flat front passenger's seat for more cargo capacity.
In North America, it offers a standard Uconnect 5.0BT radio with an AM/FM radio, Sirius XM satellite radio, voice command, a Microsoft-derived touch screen interface, and iPod and USB inputs, as well as a 3.5-millimeter auxiliary audio input jack. UConnect Phone will also be standard. A rearview backup camera will be optional. The optional radio will be the UConnect 6.0 radio, offering all the features of the UConnect 5.0BT radio, while adding a touch screen interface designed by BlackBerry (a smaller version of the UConnect 8.4A and 8.4AN radios), and navigation system capabilities by Garmin.
All Renegade models are powered by 4-cylinder engines, sourced both from Fiat and Chrysler depending on market.
|Fiat 1.4 L I4 FIRE MultiAir2 Turbo||103 kW (138 hp; 140 PS)||6-speed Fiat C635 manual||2014–Present||Europe, Japan, Australia|
|6-speed Fiat C635 DDCT dual clutch|
|125 kW (168 hp; 170 PS)||9-speed Chrysler 948TE automatic||2015–Present||Europe|
|Fiat 1.4 L I4 FIRE MultiAir Turbo||119 kW (160 hp; 162 PS)||6-speed Fiat C635 manual||2014–Present||North America, Latin America|
|Fiat 1.4 L I4 FIRE Turbo||110 kW (148 hp; 150 PS)||7-speed Fiat C725 DDCT dual clutch||2016–Present||China|
|Chrysler 2.0 L I4 Tigershark||114 kW (153 hp; 155 PS)||9-speed Chrysler 948TE automatic||2016–Present||China|
|Chrysler 2.4 L I4 Tigershark MultiAir2||134 kW (180 hp; 182 PS)||9-speed Chrysler 948TE automatic||2014–Present||North America, Latin America, Middle East|
|129 kW (173 hp; 175 PS)||2015–Present||Japan, Australia|
|Fiat 1.6 L I4 E.torQ||81 kW (109 hp; 110 PS)||5-speed Fiat C510 manual||2015–Present||Europe, Australia|
|Fiat 1.8 L I4 E.torQ Flex||97 kW (130 hp; 132 PS)||5-speed Fiat C510 manual||2015–Present||Latin America|
|6-speed Aisin automatic|
|Fiat 1.6 L I4 MultiJet2||88 kW (118 hp; 120 PS)||6-speed Fiat C635 manual||2014–Present||Europe|
|Fiat 2.0 L I4 MultiJet2||88 kW (118 hp; 120 PS)||6-speed Fiat C635 manual||2015–Present||Italy|
|103 kW (138 hp; 140 PS)
125 kW (168 hp; 170 PS)
|6-speed Fiat C635 manual||2014–Present||Europe, Brazil|
|9-speed Chrysler 948TE automatic|
|Calendar Year||United States||Canada||Brazil||England||China||Argentina|
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