Even with black lower panels it looks hot, now we need to see what it looks like with all those lower panels body colored.
But its not so american after all, I mean the platform is FIAT and Renegade is built in an Italian factoryi find it kind of ironic that an american branded car is being released in europe first
at least they get to work out and deal with all the new car kinks before it comes here
Makes sense, likely it will take them a much longer time to get them to the states especially because of the whole process leading up to them being on a boatBut its not so american after all, I mean the platform is FIAT and Renegade is built in an Italian factory
Do you know which exact engines they are getting? I'd like to know, just out of curiosity.Europe gets several engines....including a couple of nice diesels.
thanks I took and look and found this:if you check the allpar site you will see all the engines the renegade will come with. quiet a few for europe
1.6 liter EtorQ (based on Chrysler Tritec), 108 hp, 112 lb-ft, with start/stop system; front wheel drive, five-speed manual only.
1.4 liter MultiAir engine with 138 hp/170 lb-ft with stop/start system, manual six-speed transmission, and front wheel drive.
1.6 liter MultiJet II diesel with Stop/Start system (Europe only), six-speed manual, and front wheel drive; 118 hp, 236 lb-ft
2.0 liter MultiJet II diesel with Stop/Start system (Europe/Asia-Pacifica) with AWD only, and nine-speed automatic or six-speed manual; 103 or 125 kW output with 258 lb-ft of torque
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awesomeGot an e-mail from Jeep, inviting me to register for a pre-launch test drive.
They also mentioned the 'dealer tour' would start mid september.
Just a few more weeks to meet the Renegade in person.
I'm not looking for a new car right now, but I am very interested in the Renegade. There's no other small SUV that has the same boxy styling, so no need to testdrive other vehicles.are there any other new vehicles you have tested already or any that you plan on test driving soon?
At least you're taking the time to get well informed with what is out their, something many don't do.I'm not looking for a new car right now, but I am very interested in the Renegade. There's no other small SUV that has the same boxy styling, so no need to testdrive other vehicles.
If the Renegade suits me, I'll put it on my shopping shortlist for when the time has come.