What should I be paying?
With the multitude of powertrains and specs available there’s a fair bit to go through here, so bear with us. If you just want a petrol-powered Renegade, prices start at £24,100 for the Longitude trim and rise to £28,700 for a top spec 80th Anniversary.
At the time of writing we don’t have prices or a homologated fuel economy figure for the e-Hybrid, but we can tell you that after a mix of town, country and motorway driving we managed just over 31mpg. It’ll come in four different trim levels – Longitude, Night Eagle, Limited and S – with a special ‘Upland’ launch edition that gets a load of recycled materials on the inside and Matte Azur paint plus bronze accents on the outside.
As you’d expect, the 4WD 4xe is the most expensive of the bunch, with the entry level Longitude trim starting at a punchy £32,600. The most rugged Trailhawk trim is a whopping £36,500. Ouch.
As with everything these days, the Renegade gets a plethora of connected services and safety systems as standard: lane-departure warning alarms, road sign reading, and front collision warning with autonomous emergency braking is thrown in across the board.