Jeep Renegade 2023

The Renegade was the first Fiat-Chrysler vehicle based on a new Small Wide 4×4 architecture that is somehow different from the Small Wide platform that underpins many FCA models.
The Renegade incorporates Jeep styling themes such as the seven slot grille, large, squarish wheel openings and prominent body cladding, but the overall design looks forced and a bit cartoonish. The Renegade’s enormous windshield pillars add to its blocky appearance and don’t do much for visibility.
Like the Cherokee, the Renegade is offered in two distinct flavours, regular and TrailHawk. The TrailHawk differs in that its front and rear fascias are shaped to allow for steeper approach and departure angles for off-roading.
The cabin featuring clear gauges and logical controls. The dashboard, like much of the rest of the cabin, looks like it was fashioned from various components pulled from a variety of other FCA vehicles. The cabin is constructed primarily of matte-finished hard plastics. The front seats are substantial in size but are somewhat squishy for heavier occupants. The rear seat is hard, uncomfortable and offers just enough legroom for adults. While not massive in width or length, the Renegade’s trunk is nicely square, deep below the window line and looks commodious for such a small vehicle.
The sole engine, a 1.3L turbo four, sends power to all wheels via a nine-speed automatic transmission. Trail Hawk model has a more sophisticated all-wheel drive system.

The Altitude package on the North trim adds leather seating, power driver’s seat, an alarm system, door-mirror-mounted turn signal at a fair price. The Red appearance package on the North trim adds little for the money asked. The Trailhawk adds phenomenal off-road capability with just a tick of an order form. the Trailhawk Elite package includes L.E.D. headlight, leather seating and fog and cornering lights, but is overpriced. Forward collision warning, autonomous emergency braking, lane departure, blind spot and rear cross traffic monitors as well as a lane keep assist system, are standard.

Predicted reliability will be between below average and average. No data is available on the reliabilty of the new 1.3L turbo engine.

Last update: June 27, 2023


  • Engine

    1.3L-4 T (177 HP)
  • Transmissions

  • Fuel consumption

    City: 10.1L/100 km Road: 8.1L/100 km
  • Drive Layout

    All-wheel drive
  • Body Style

    Micro SUVs & Crossovers



What’s new this year?

The 1.3L turbo four is the solo engine available this year.

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What dealers pay$ 22 222

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