The smallest model in Jeep’s lineup, the Renegade, is now available for order across the Australian territory as well.
The Jeep Renegade has some serious competitors in mind, meaning all of the B-segment crossovers, and it will be setting its future customers back for at least 29,500 AUD, in the Sport 1.6 man version. This will be following by the Sport 1.4T auto, from 32,500 AUD, and the Longitude 1.4T auto, coming in at 34,500 AUD. For the Limited 1.4T auto Australians will have to pay 38,500 AUD and the range topping model, the Trailhawk 2.4 auto, will cost 41,500 AUD.
Standard items found on the Sport include the 7 airbags, the rearview camera, 16-inch alloy wheels, black exterior highlights, cloth trim, digital speedometer, 5.0-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, USB, multi-function steering wheel, four-speaker sound system, cruise control, electric park brake and so on. Go for the Longitude and you will get, besides the features mentioned above, the blind-spot monitoring, leather-wrapped steering wheel, rear parking sensors, dual-zone climate control, automatic headlights and wipers, six-speaker stereo, auto-dimming rearview mirror, electric lumbar adjust for the driver’s seat, black roof rails, front fog lights, body colored door handles and mirrors and 17-inch alloy wheels.
If the Limited is what you are really interested in, than you should know that this is bringing the 18-inch alloy wheels, the bi-xenon headlights, “deep tint” privacy glass, leather trim, electric front seat adjustment, heated front seats, sat-nav, 7.0-inch TFT instrument cluster, 6.5-inch touchscreen media, exhaust tip, grille, side mirrors and roof rails finished in silver and several other goodies. The range-topping model is called the Trailhawk and it is coming with 17-inch alloy wheels, hill descent control, underbody bash plates, Selec-Terrain with low-range, black hood decals, black grille, unique bumpers, tow hook, Trailhawk leather trim and more.