I think they're including the destination fee in the prices listed.Great article. I did find that Car and Driver has the base price of the Trailhawk $1000 higher than leaked.
http://www.freep.com/story/money/ca...negade-sales-mpg-sale-fiat-chrysler/22187415/That'd be $1000 in destination fees moving the TH from $25,995 to $26,995. fiat 500L is $900.
I think they're including the destination fee in the prices listed.
That makes sense.http://www.freep.com/story/money/ca...negade-sales-mpg-sale-fiat-chrysler/22187415/
The destination fee for the Renegade is $995.
A two-wheel-drive Renegade Sport will start at $18,990, with the Latitude at $22,290 and the Limited at $25,790. Four-wheel drive adds $2000 to any of those. The four-wheel-drive-only Trailhawk starts at $26,990, just squeaking under the base price of a four-door Wrangler. But you won’t get 30 mpg in a Wrangler. You probably won’t even get 20. And the Wrangler is nowhere near as civilized.
Everybody said that Porsche sold out when it made the Cayenne. But the Cayenne and Porsche’s second-biggest sellout, the Panamera, are now two of the brand’s biggest sellers. They’ve made “the Porsche of . . .” a legitimate descriptor. Is the Renegade the Jeep of B-segment SUVs? It is. It’s also likely to be the Cayenne of Jeeps, pumping cash into its maker’s coffers. And we’re not terribly bothered by that.
Silly, reasonably agile and practical, not joyless like its forebears.
Silly, engine is a 180-hp vibrator, you will never be taken seriously while driving it.
If there were a Jeep emoji, it would look like this.
And I am happy to see 69 db at 70 mph, that is quiet.And now they've reviewed a Limitied 4x4...