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Jeep Renegade
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Jeep Renegade Pricing and Specs

2020 price from
$18,200*

The Jeep Renegade is available from $18,200 to $40,370 for the 2021 across a range of models.

Jeep’s entrant into the small SUV category arrives wearing what is politely described as a 'polarising' design theme; a cute-and-boxy exterior look that makes it look a little bit like a shrunken Wrangler. But that box-like look is a boon for practicality, with the Renegade actually taller than some mid-size SUVs, making the cabin feel spacious and airy even for tall passengers. Like most Jeeps, it can be had in mountain-conquering Trailhawk guise, complete with on-demand four-wheel drive and plenty of off-road driving modes to help you tackle just about any surface. Or it can be had in a cheaper front-wheel drive set-up designed to tackle nothing more challenging than a speed bump.

Current prices range from $18,200 to $40,370 for the Renegade Sport and Renegade Trailhawk, respectively.

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Year Price From Price To
2021 $18,200 $40,370
2020 $18,200 $40,370
2019 $17,100 $37,620
2018 $15,000 $33,660
2017 $13,400 $31,350
2016 $12,500 $26,950
2015 $11,100 $24,530

Jeep Renegade FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Jeep Renegade here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Ask Smithy Xtra Jeep Renegade

    The guys at Impco tell us that the older air valve system worked very well on the Renegade up to the 2003 model year, which suggests there is no underlying reason gas won’t work on the Renegade. They don’t have a certified system for post 2003 models, but they would be prepared to work with you to develop a system and certify it on your car. If you would like more info on how to go about that phone John Coggins on 03 8788 1000.

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  • Battery life in Jeep Renegade

    You've done well in getting eleven years from a battery; they often give up much earlier than that. No doubt checking the electrolyte and keeping it topped up would have helped to keep the battery going for longer. The insulation blanket would also help to keep it at a more consistent temperature and make it more effective, particularly at low temperatures. It's also important to understand when replacing a battery that you buy one that has the power your car needs, simply buying a cheap battery might mean another visit to the battery store in quick order when it proves unable to do the job.

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  • What's a fuel efficient SUV on the market?

    I don’t believe that what you want is out there, and can only reiterate past advice, buy a Patrol/Pajero/Prado/LandCruiser.

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