Jeep Brazil has presented the facelifted 2022 Renegade. The Renegade, which has the same Small Wide platform as the Fiat 500X, was the best-selling small SUV in Brazil in 2021, with over 350,000 vehicles sold since 2015.
Although the firm has kept certain information under wraps, the most recent release displays the vehicle's interior, which has an 8.4-inch touchscreen screen, a redesigned contemporary steering wheel, and a completely digital instrument cluster.
A pair of photographs and a video demonstrating the crossover's capabilities have also revealed the exterior. This one is distinguished from its predecessor by a revised front end with a noticeably shorter fascia, a modified grille, and new DRLs. The upgraded model is distinguished from its predecessor by slightly changed taillights and a new rear bumper.
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The T270 label on the car implies that in Brazil, the 2022 Renegade will be powered by a 1.3-liter T270 turbo-flex engine. It produces 180 horsepower, 185 horsepower on ethanol, and 270 Nm of torque.
Both two-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive variants will be powered by the engine. A six-speed automatic transmission will be used in the first model, while a nine-speed automatic transmission will be used in the second.
The high-quality seats with the "Trailhawk" badging, as well as Jeep's Trail Rated insignia, can be seen in the flagship Trailhawk trim being put to good use in harsh driving circumstances.
Despite Stellantis' silence on the worldwide Renegade, we may expect the same visual alterations to be implemented to the little Jeep in other regions, such as North America and Europe.