Who is excited for the 2017 Jeep lineup? We know we are! There’s going to be an all new Jeep Compass, a couple new Jeep Grand Cherokee trims, and Jeep recently confirmed that there will be two new Renegade trims! Check them out below and let us know what you think!
2017 Jeep Renegade Altitude
The Renegade Altitude is permanent addition to the Renegade lineup. Like the Cherokee High Altitude and Grand Cherokee Altitude trims, the Renegade Altitude is a bit more luxurious and sleek than other trims. The Altitude has black accents from the exterior to the tiniest interior details. It has 18-inch gloss black wheels, a black badge, black grille, black taillight accents, black premium cloth upholstery and black accents throughout the interior.
On top of all these great features, the Renegade Altitude comes with some awesome standard technology including keyless go and a backup camera. The engine on this Renegade is Jeep’s 2.4-liter Tigershark I4 engine paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission. However, the 1.4-liter Multiair2 Turbo engine is available paired with a six-speed manual transmission. Pricing for the 2017 Jeep Renegade Altitude model begins at $22,390.
2017 Jeep Renegade Deserthawk
Next up, the Jeep Renegade Deserthawk. The Renegade Deserthawk is an off-road capable Jeep with Renegade Trailhawk features, mixed with it’s own personal flare. The Renegade Deserthawk is made for off-roading in the craziest and toughest of terrains like the desert. The vehicle is available in several colors, but we recommend the special-edition Deserthawk’s exclusive Mojave Sand color to fit in with the desert feel and camo hood design.
This bad boy comes with the same 2.4-Liter engine as the Trailhawk and Altitude and it has convenience and safety off-road features like an 8.7-inch ground clearance, hill descent control, 18-inches of water fording capabilites, skid plates, and rock rails. Design features of the Renegade Deserthawk include 17-inch black painted wheels, and tow hooks in the front and rear. Technology features like a ParkView backup camera, and a 7-inch cluster display screen both come standard on this model as well. The pricing for the Deserthawk is surprisingly affordable, beginning at $28,140.
Check out our Renegade lineup here and keep an eye out for these upcoming models to be released.
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