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The 2016 Jeep Renegade has an upscale interior, refined handling, and great off-road ability. For American drivers, the Renegade offers something a little different: the ability to buy an off-roader worthy of the Jeep name with the very latest safety and fuel-saving features to make it palatable as a daily driver. The Renegade has true Jeep functionality in a package that's not much smaller than the smaller SUVs from a decade ago.
The Renegade ushers in a new look that fits more plausibly in the Jeep lineup. It's a tall, slab-sided, and upright little utility, but its stylists deliberately oversized some of the details to emphasize its heritage. The headlights flanking the seven-bar grille are large and round; the rubber-lipped wheel arches are large and trapezoidal, to emphasize strength. The taillights are stamped with "X" shapes in an homage to wartime fuel cans.
Inside, the dashboard and console are slightly more robust versions of what you might find in a subcompact. The two center air vents sit in a little pod on top of the dashboard and resemble "Wall-E" to us. Ventilation knobs are large, round, silver, and easily to understand at first glance. There's hard plastic over larger surfaces, soft-touch vinyl where passengers may come into contact with a panel, and otherwise slightly oversized controls.
The base engine is a 160-horsepower turbocharged 1.4-liter inline-4, putting out 184 pound-feet of torque, paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox. For more power, a 180-hp, 2.4-liter inline-4 producing 175 lb-ft of torque is combined with a 9-speed automatic gearbox—clearly the only such 9-speed in any subcompact on the market. All-wheel drive (AWD) is a $2,000 option with either engine, and in true Jeep fashion, it includes settings for extreme conditions: Mud, Sand, or Snow, plus a hill-descent braking mode. The top-of-the-line Trailhawk model, with an inch more ground clearance and different front and rear bumpers to allow steeper approach and descent angles, adds a Rock mode and the ability to crawl at very low speeds.