New Jeep Renegade Starts from £16,995 in the UK

Jeep has shared UK pricing for its new Renegade small SUV that will be available next year with several petrol and diesel units and prices ranging from £16,995 to £27,995 OTR.

When Jeep opens the order books on January 6, 2015, ahead of the Renegade’s mid-February arrival in dealer lots, it will offer a special ‘Opening Edition’ in Alpine White or Omaha Orange, both with a black painted roof, a unique interior and 18-inch wheels, limited to 200 units.

In Britain, the small SUV can be had with a choice of five engines, including two MultiAir2 petrol units delivering 138hp (140PS) and 168hp (170PS), a pair of MultiJet II diesels with 118hp (120PS) and 168hp (170PS), and the E.torQ petrol engine with 108hp (110PS).

There are four different trim levels named Sport, Longitude, Limited and Trailhawk, as well as the option of all-wheel drive for certain models, in which case, a nine-speed automatic comes as standard.

The entry-level Sport has air conditioning, DAB radio with touchscreen and Bluetooth, electric parking brake, 16-inch alloy wheels, tyre pressure monitoring, and remote central locking as standard.

The Longitude adds 17-inch wheels, six-speaker audio system, roof rails, body coloured door mirrors and handles, cruise control, and front fog lamps. With the Limited model, you get 18-inch alloys, chromed exhaust tip, Forward Collision Mitigation, heated front seats and steering wheel, leather upholstery, privacy glass and rear parking sensors.

As for the Trailhawk edition, it has 17-inch alloys, dual zone climate control, transfer case, front suspension and fuel tank skid plates, heated front seats and steering wheel, leather upholstery and rear parking sensors.

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  • dinn

    Good prices, but quite girly car.

    • Polyester P oontang

      Should sell well in GB because of it’s feminine image.

      • dinn

        Hahahaha. True.

        • Six Thousand Times

          Lots of women worldwide. This will sell like nobody’s business.

  • psiqtas

    Some of those pictures are showing non-production or pre-production version of that baby-Jeep, that You can recognize by the projector headlights. Actually production versions have traditional reflectors, without projection lens and xenon for beams both US- and EU-Spec.

    I’ve ‘visit’ Renegade live at my local Jeep dealer and live looks this car far better, but from the inside…overstyled and bad visibility outside (mostly F.I.A.T. in- and outside)! Non have driven it yet…but engines too small in my opinion for car like this and for European market only 2 (two!) versions available with 4WD from all – both diesel one of them as trailhawk, that is not a wise idea for this brand!

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