All You Need to Know About The 2019 Jeep Renegade

August 30th, 2019 by

The Jeep Renegade sees its first refresh in 2019 since it made its debut in 2015. However, the subcompact SUV gets minor style updates. There is a new optional powertrain, off-road capabilities, and it maintains its funky shape.

The Renegade stands out in its class because it’s a subcompact SUV with off-road capability. It can be found on the Trailhawk trim, which has an all-wheel drive, hill descent control, and additional ground clearance. But even if the intention isn’t to go off-road with it, there are other fun features for 2019, like a new dual-pane panoramic moonroof.

The price of the Renegade increases when adding separate packages to get available safety features. Available safety features are parallel/perpendicular assist and adaptive cruise control; both are new additions to the Advanced Technology Group for the year of 2019. The class competitor, Toyota CH-R, offers adaptive cruise control (and many other safety features) come standard.

Are you looking for pricing, specs, safety, and more that can aid your shopping experience? Here’s everything to know about the 2019 Jeep Renegade. The powertrain is a 180-horsepower, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine which comes standard in the 2019 Renegade. The vehicle is coupled to a nine-speed automatic transmission, and it makes 175 pounds-feet of torque.

The new powertrain, which is standard on the Limited, Trailhawk and High Altitude is a 177-hp, turbocharged 1.3-liter four-cylinder. It also makes 200 pounds-feet of torque and is also mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission. Pricing: The 2019 Jeep Renegade starts at $23,770 for the base Sport front-wheel-drive model and $25,270 for the Sport all-wheel-drive model (all prices include a $1,495 destination charge).

The Trailhawk off-road-outfitted trim starts at $29,290 (plus destination fee). The High Altitude, top trim, starts at $30,635 (plus destination fee). Different trim levels are priced accordingly.

The fuel economy for the 2019 Jeep Renegade varies depending on the trim levels. The all-wheel-drive models with the 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, as well as the Trailhawk all-wheel-drive model with the turbo 1.3-liter four-cylinder, get the lowest fuel economy at 24 mpg combined, according to fueleconomy.gov. The Limited front-wheel-drive trim with the new turbo 1.3-liter four-cylinder receives the best, at 27 mpg combined.

Crash Test Ratings:

The crash-test ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety are not available yet for the 2019 Jeep Renegade. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration hasn’t thoroughly tested the Renegade, but so far it has received four out of five stars for the rollover and frontal crashes on a two-wheel-drive format, and ti has also earned three stars for rollovers and four stars for head-on collisions on a four-wheel drive. As for the side-crash results, they have not yet been reported for either version.

2019 Jeep Renegade Interior

The 2019 Renegade tachometer will remind drivers that the weekend is getting closer by the second. It’s as if the SUV is telling drivers and passengers, “Hang in there. You can make it.”. The Jeep Renegade is comfortable fitting four people on board. 

The storage capacity located behind the rear seats is 18.5 cubic feet. It expands over 50 cubic feet when the rear seats are folded. In all models, except for the base models, the front-passenger seat folds to accommodate longer items like surfboards.

2019 Jeep Renegade Exterior

Round headlights? Check. Seven-slotted vertical grille? Check. Rugged attitude? Check. Short overhangs for rock climbing? Check. One of the best things about the 2019 Jeep Renegade is that it looks like a Jeep. A real Jeep. 

It’s as if the Renegade is a greatest-hits mixtape engineered from the DNA of the iconic Wrangler and the luxurious Grand Cherokee. Its angles and upright greenhouse even sample from the Willys MB of the 1940s. Still, the Renegade manages to be more modern than retro, with plenty of black trim and curvaceous surfacing.

Although the “X” featured in its unique taillights is derived from army jerrycans. If you’re interested in the test-driving Jeep models near Fort Myers, make sure to check them out at Cape Coral Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM

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