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2017 Jeep Renegade Walk Around


The Renegade is tall for its length, with flat, upright sides. It’s spunky and distinctive. Details are oversized to make it clear that its roots go back to the vehicles you see on re-runs of the TV show “Mash.” Big round headlamps flank the trademark seven-bar grille. The trapezoidal fender flares are black and rubbery, oversized to make this little SUV look tough. The taillamps have an X shape in them, intended to suggest jerry cans strapped to the rear, as a reminder of Jeep’s WWII heritage.

Interior

Imagine a subcompact car that’s spent a couple months training to be a cage fighter, and you might have the Renegade interior. Big round knobs and center vents in a pod on the dash.

Front seats are well bolstered and comfortable, with good shoulder room. But you can’t get away from the reality that the Renegade is a subcompact vehicle, so there isn’t much legroom in rear; for passengers in the back to have enough legroom, the front seats have to be slid forward.

The good news is there’s a lot of cargo room, as not only do the rear seats fold flat, but the front passenger seat does as well.

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