A new Jeep Renegades interior is always a winner, and it’s no different this time around.
But for our readers, this time, Jeep is keeping the color scheme.
The Renegades front and rear bumpers, for example, are black.
And for the grill, the Renegades is made of chrome and gold accents.
The grill itself is made out of the same material, so you can tell it’s a Jeep and not a BMW or Jaguar.
There are no wheels, though, and you can’t drive it on your own.
It’s like the Renegade’s interior is made for you.
It looks a little more like a Lamborghini.
And then, in the rear seat, you’ll find a pair of rear seat speakers.
Jeep has also added an air-conditioning system, but it’s nowhere near as powerful as its competitors.
For now, you can only choose from four different settings: Eco, Comfort, Premium, and Sport.
All four settings offer great fuel economy.
The rear seats are equipped with a heated front seat, too, which can be a good idea for those who have long legs.
However, it’s important to keep in mind that the Renegaded has an open-roof configuration.
You can use your own cargo, and even take it outside, but the Renegaders interior can only accommodate a maximum of 12 passengers.
The seats themselves aren’t very comfortable, either, but you can add a folding seat, so it’s just a matter of deciding if it’s worth the extra money.
It costs $9,847 for the base Renegades, but if you buy the standard Renegades you can get up to 18 people for just $4,990.
That’s the only difference between the Renegados and the base Jeep Wrangler.
It has a $6,399 price tag.