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Hi everibody,
i'm Giacomo from Monza (Italy)
I'll receive my Ren on December. Nice Xmas gift :)
It's a 1,4 2WD gasoline, that i'm trading against a Dahiatsu Terios.
I was somehow forced to give up a 4wd as the previous car was, since my primary need was gasoline and i would have had to wait too long for a 4wd gasoline version (in Italy the only gas version is due in March 2015)

Greetings from Monza

Giacomo
 

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Too bad you weren't able to get the 4WD version. If you're like most people, it was not like you were going to do much off-roading anyway though. Will the Renegade be your first Jeep?

Welcome to the forum!
 

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you are right, quite bad it's not 4x4 but for a some reasons i had to change the car this year and i really wanted a Renegade... (yes, my first Jeep).
In three years i'll change it again and then it will be 4x4
 

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Welcome Giacomo! You may even want to speak with your sales person about the possibility of trading in/up your 2wd Renegade once the 4wd's come in. If you work it out now you may be able to figure out a beneficial solution!!
 

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U P D A T E!
today i went to the dealer to pick my Renegade up.
So far just 150 km run, but first sensation are really positive. Consider that i compare it with my wife previous car, a Daihatsu Terios
Ride is really smoother compared to Terios, and silent. Bumps are really well absorbed and steering wheel returns a very positive sensation
I have a sky roof, so uìinterior seems to be really airy.
The negative side is that setting up all option is nor really simple and user friendly, but i'll learn all how-to (ater all, when you get a new toy you awant to explore all its features :) )
As soon as possible i'll post some pics
 

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Which options specifically are you referring to when you say they are a little tough to use?

well, actually setting the panel between the 2 round dials is not as easy as that, but when you read the manual, everything turns smooth :D0:)
 
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