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It's not cheap. As expected, Jeep regards itself 'premium' over here.
Still, not too far from most competitors.

Gasoline
Jeep Renegade 1.6 E-Torq, 110 pk, FWD - € 22.990,- (2015)
1.4 MultiAir, 140 pk, FWD - € 24.990,-
1.4 MultiAir TCT, 140 pk, FWD - (n.n.b. 2015)
1.4 MultiAir AT9, 170 pk, AWD - (n.n.b. 2015)

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1.6 MultiJet, 120 pk, FWD - € 27.490,-
2.0 MultiJet, 140 pk, AWD - € 36.190,-
2.0 MultiJet AT9, 140 pk, 4WD - € 41.190,-
2.0 MultiJet AT9, 170 pk, 4WD Trailhawk - € 42.790,-
 

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For comparison, Dutch prices of new Nissan Juke:

Gasoine
Nissan Juke 1.6 69kW 94 pk € 19.490,-
Nissan Juke 1.6 acenta 86kW cvt aut 117 pk € 25.390,-
Nissan Juke 1.6 acenta stop-start 86kW 117 pk € 23.090,-
Nissan Juke 1.6 business edition 86kW cvt aut 117 pk € 23.480,-
Nissan Juke 1.6 business edition stop-start 86kW 117 pk € 21.180,-
Nissan Juke 1.6 connect edition 86kW cvt aut 117 pk € 26.840,-
Nissan Juke 1.6 connect edition stop-start 86kW 117 pk € 24.540,-
Nissan Juke 1.6 tekna 86kW cvt aut 117 pk € 28.390,-
Nissan Juke 1.6 tekna stop-start 86kW 117 pk € 26.090,-
Nissan Juke 1.6 visia 69kW 94 pk € 20.990,-
Nissan Juke 1.6digt connect edition 191 pk € 29.060,-
Nissan Juke 1.6digt connect edition all mode cvt aut 191 pk € 33.430,-
Nissan Juke 1.6digt tekna 191 pk € 30.380,-
Nissan Juke 1.6digt tekna all mode cvt aut 191 pk € 34.750,-


Diesel
Nissan Juke 1.5dci acenta stop-start 110 pk € 23.450,-
Nissan Juke 1.5dci business edition stop-start 110 pk € 21.540,-
Nissan Juke 1.5dci connect edition stop-start 110 pk € 24.900,-
Nissan Juke 1.5dci tekna stop-start 110 pk € 26.450,-
Nissan Juke 1.5dci visia stop-start 110 pk € 21.540,-
 

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I posted this on the other thread concerning the Dutch prices, but 42,790 Euros is the equivalent of $58,280 U.S. Dollars for the top of the line TrailHawk. That's a bit out of my price range (BY $30K!!!!). :eek:
 

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I posted this on the other thread concerning the Dutch prices, but 42,790 Euros is the equivalent of $58,280 U.S. Dollars for the top of the line TrailHawk. That's a bit out of my price range (BY $30K!!!!). :eek:
don't worry sub it wont be priced anything like that over here. Jeep is aiming for a premium feel in Europe, almost like the Lexus of off roaders or something like that. Actually more like Land Rover Lite...
 

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Subaru will be the Renegade's main off-road competitor

If the TH is too far above $24K I think Jeep has missed the mark. I've see them multiple times listing the Soul and the Juke as their main competitors for the Renegade. They need to consider the Subaru line (all models) as the class leader in terms of an off-road competitor given that 8.7 inches of GC is standard and Primitive Racing no drill skid plates can be had for under $400 with shipping. You can get both the Forester and CrossTrek with automatic transmission out the door for $23,000. The Subaru line also has a timing chain rather than a timing belt.
 

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at least there are versions without start/stop tech as some of you many know it can be quite insignificant in making a difference in MPG's
 

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So total speculation, I think pricing will come out just fine for the US.

The Dutch Juke starts at €19,490 and tops out around €34,750 vs the US Juke at around $19,000 to $28,000.

On the Netherlands Jeep configurator site, I see a Cherokee Longitude starting at €46,000 with Trailhawk at €68,000 vs say US price $26,000 (Latitude) to $40,000 (loaded Trailhawk)

US Compass @ $19,000 to $30,000 (loaded Limited) vs Dutch Compass €28,000 to €35,000?....

The Dutch Renegade comes in at €22,990 (Base) to €42,790 (Trailhawk EU markup).

So the Base US Sport Renegade still looks safe to land under $20,000 (maybe $18k). They may only launch with a Latitude around $20,000 or $21,000, and Trailhawk could start near $25,000 and top out near $30,000 loaded, with Limited starting around $25,000~ and probably top out with tech package and most options near $33,000?

If this speculation is right, the Renegade would fill in the $17,000 to $30,000 price point left empty when Compass and Patriot are discontinued next year. Or just subtract $5,000 from a similarly equipped Cherokee trim.

I expect Jeep will get you with the options. Think MySky sunroof and tech packages. Loaded Renegades will add up fast compared to Patriot and Compass trims that don't have many modern options to choose from.

One question, will there be an additional price premium to cover import costs from Italy?
 

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thanks for breaking pricing down,
going off of those figures it sure seems like that's what we can expect pricing to be like, i always had the assumption that it would be around $20k, if they can price it right under that it will do them a lot of good.
 

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If the TH is too far above $24K I think Jeep has missed the mark. I've see them multiple times listing the Soul and the Juke as their main competitors for the Renegade. The Subaru line also has a timing chain rather than a timing belt.
I don't know about the Kia Soul but the Nissan Juke has a timing chain.
 

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at least there are versions without start/stop tech as some of you many know it can be quite insignificant in making a difference in MPG's
I have a 2011 Honda CR-Z with stop/start technology and honestly I think it is a bit dangerous. I work on a small island with a lot of traffic and sometimes you just need to force your way into traffic on a right turn. On many occasions I have taken my foot off the brake (which should start the engine and engage the transmission) only to have it not engage the transmission and finally lurch out in front of the oncoming traffic.

I have had to adjust my takeoff slightly for these situations. I will actually stop a bit further back and take my foot off the brake when I see an open spot coming, to roll into the takeoff, so I don't lurch and I don't damage my transmission.

VERY ANNOYING...
 

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German Prices

Pricing for Germany released. Quite impressed at the pricing - 31900 euros for the top end trailhawk with 2 litre diesel down to about 19900 euros for sport spec with the base petrol and manual. Tried to save and attach but I'm not up there with the tech.
 

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Prices and specifications. Prices also shown without local taxes.
(Trailhawk: € 42,790.00 incl. taxes, € 24,216.00 without).

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Prices and specifications. Prices also shown without local taxes.
(Trailhawk: € 42,790.00 incl. taxes, € 24,216.00 without).

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Thanks for posting that. Too bad it's a pdf that can't be easily translated by just opening it up in google chrome, still better than nothing.
 
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