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I've had my Renegade now for about a month. I haven't taken into the wilderness or anything but I've done some extremely stupid things like drive over dividers to really test its durability and I'm happy. I wanted to know if anyone knows of a good trail or area where I can enjoy its full run of capabilities. I didn't spring for a TH but I have a limited with all the available bells and whistles and I'm investing in some aftermarket up grades and what not.
 

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I've had my Renegade now for about a month. I haven't taken into the wilderness or anything but I've done some extremely stupid things like drive over dividers to really test its durability and I'm happy. I wanted to know if anyone knows of a good trail or area where I can enjoy its full run of capabilities. I didn't spring for a TH but I have a limited with all the available bells and whistles and I'm investing in some aftermarket up grades and what not.
I live in Upstate NY and am looking into this:

http://www.huntermtn.com/summer/adventures/
 

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I've had my Renegade now for about a month. I haven't taken into the wilderness or anything but I've done some extremely stupid things like drive over dividers to really test its durability and I'm happy. I wanted to know if anyone knows of a good trail or area where I can enjoy its full run of capabilities. I didn't spring for a TH but I have a limited with all the available bells and whistles and I'm investing in some aftermarket up grades and what not.
I live in Upstate NY and am looking into this:

http://www.huntermtn.com/summer/adventures/
This looks good. If you find any reviews post please
 

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There are a few youtube video reviews of that adventure.
Looks like fun.

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NY here, my wife picked up a Sierra Blue Latitude on April 20, 2015. She was looking for something a little higher off the ground. Growing up she always leaned toward a Jeep Wrangler, however, she never saw them as practical for her overall everyday needs. I saw the Super Bowl commercial for the Renegade and when I saw the tag for "Jeep's smallest, lightest SUV" I immediately jumped on the web and checked it out. I always liked Jeep's, never owned one, but I always had the same thought's as my wife, practicality of the Wrangler and back then, the size and fuel consumption of the Cherokee's. I wasn't a fan of the Compass or Patriot styling believe it or not. The Renegade fit the proportions, fuel economy, style and ride height just right, plus, she did finally get her Jeep. :D
 

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NY here, my wife picked up a Sierra Blue Latitude on April 20, 2015. She was looking for something a little higher off the ground. Growing up she always leaned toward a Jeep Wrangler, however, she never saw them as practical for her overall everyday needs. I saw the Super Bowl commercial for the Renegade and when I saw the tag for "Jeep's smallest, lightest SUV" I immediately jumped on the web and checked it out. I always liked Jeep's, never owned one, but I always had the same thought's as my wife, practicality of the Wrangler and back then, the size and fuel consumption of the Cherokee's. I wasn't a fan of the Compass or Patriot styling believe it or not. The Renegade fit the proportions, fuel economy, style and ride height just right, plus, she did finally get her Jeep.
WELCOME! Your going to love it. A month in and I can't stop praising it.
 

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Hello, fellow NY TH here. I live in Rockland County and would love to do some trail riding. Not sure of anywhere to do that near me. It's ironic, its Rockland and i cant find any rocks to climb.
 

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Hello, fellow NY TH here. I live in Rockland County and would love to do some trail riding. Not sure of anywhere to do that near me. It's ironic, its Rockland and i cant find any rocks to climb.
that should be a ton of fun
would you ever consider getting a lift kit in the future as they become available?
 

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that should be a ton of fun
would you ever consider getting a lift kit in the future as they become available?
No, i will keep it stock. I leased my TH so i really cant do much.
 

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yo Buffalo guy here. would love to get back upstate and do a little thrill seeking myself. looks like this post was brought back from the dead. any other renegades in greater buffalo area that know where some fun off roading is?
 
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