2017 Jeep Renegade
The 2017 Jeep Renegade is a subcompact crossover, which means it’s also the smallest vehicle you can buy from Jeep. Great things come in small packages, though, so don’t underestimate what this little crossover can do. The Renegade may be small, but it can be a genuine off-roader when it’s properly equipped–and it’s a big seller for good reason.
2017 Jeep Renegade
Despite its small but mighty proportions, the 2017 Jeep Renegade actually looks more authentically Jeep than some others in the family. The Renegade is upright, square, and features a no-nonsense flat nose with the trademark Jeep seven-slot grille that can normally be found on its bigger Jeep brpthers. You might be tempted to call the Renegade cute, but that’s from the proportions rather than the actual styling. The 2017 Jeep Renegade may be small, but it’s causing a big stir wherever it’s sold.
The stir makes sense, with six trim levels to choose from in the 2017 Renegade lineup, two of which offer true 4×4 utility. Drivers can choose from the Renegade Sport, the Latitude, Altitude and Limited for front wheel drive and the Trailhawk and Deserthawk for four-wheel drive power. One thing we love about the trim levels is that they truly embody the Jeep approach to off-roading. Even if your goal is to navigate the ferocious commuter traffic in the 2017 Jeep Renegade, the styling and features match its heart for off-road adventure.
The 2017 Jeep Renegade’s interior hits just the right mark, with cabins that offer the comfort of a subcompact car but with enough rugged muscle to remind you that you’re driving a Jeep. That doesn’t mean they’re utilitarian–no, not at all. The interiors of 2017 Jeep Renegade are actually refined, with a streamlined console and easy-to-use features with Jeep-branded additions that set it apart from the other SUVs on the road. Jeep brings its own brand of practicality, with multiple options for folding rear seats and an ingenious cargo floor that adapts to what you need.
In terms of features, Jeep offers a standard array of features: power windows, locks, and mirrors; a four-speaker AM/FM radio; 12-volt power outlets in the dash and cargo area; and that fabulously adaptable and removable cargo floor. It’s still a Jeep, though, so if you want some other creature comforts (including air conditioning and cruise control, for example), you’ll need to move up a trim level. This means, though, that the base model Renegade has a price tag that’s rather hard to beat–and it brings out the rugged adventurer in every driver.
Renegade Desert Hawk
The Renegade’s top-of-the-line model, the Desert Hawk offers the upscale 4×4 experience to the Jeep driver. McKinley leather-trimmed seats with a map detail insert and Desert Hawk branding throughout brings drivers and passengers back to the heart of the Jeep adventure: blazing a new trail. In the Desert Hawk, though, no one has to rough it as they navigate. Off-road rock rails offer protection over rocky terrain, as does the active-drive 4×4, and the 2017 Renegade Desert Hawk offers best-in-class towing capacity. A My Sky dual-panel roof gives you the option of removing the panels for a true open-air experience. The Desert Hawk brings the best of both worlds–rugged capability and truly upscale SUV styling–together for the best kind of adventure.