Originally introduced at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, the Jeep Renegade Night Eagle Edition has now landed in select European showrooms.
Similar to the bigger Cherokee Night Eagle, the new version of the Renegade wears the “Night Eagle” badge and is based on the mid-range Longitude trim level. It is equipped with satin-finished dark gray design elements on the fog light frames, grille, roof bars and Jeep logos, combined with exclusive 17-inch black alloy rims, wrapped in M+S tires.
In addition to the regular four body colors, including Carbon Black, Glacier Silver, Solar Yellow and Alpine White, Jeep offers the new Volcano Sand.
The list of standard equipment includes a leather-wrapped steering wheel, new special Bark Brown fabric seats with electric lumbar adjustment for the driver, air conditioning, cruise control, 3.5-inch display TFT instrument panel, UConnect with a 5-inch display and rear parking sensors.
Depending on the market, the Jeep Renegade Night Eagle can be had with a 2.0-liter MultiJet II, in two outputs, 120hp or 140hp and with the Active Drive permanent 4×4 system, a 120hp 1.6 MultiJet 4×2 or a 140hp 1.4-liter MultiAir and two-wheel drive, paired to a manual transmission.
Only 2,500 units of the special edition subcompact SUV are available for sale in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) region.