For 2023, the Jeep Renegade has a number of package upgrades—which are different in the US and Canada. Canadians simply get a Detonator Yellow paint option and a Trailhawk Elite Group with leather, eight-way driver’s seat, LED exterior lighting, and the towing package. Americans get the same yellow paint option, as well as:
- Adaptive cruise becomes standard on Limited
- Latitude Premium Group added with numerous winter-weather features, auto-dim rear mirror, power eight-way driver’s seat, roof rails and cornering fog lamps
- High Altitude Package for Limited with special wheels and grille rings
- Limited Elite Group with LED exterior lighting (cornering front fogs, projector headlamps, taillamps, DRLs), auto high beams, park assist, front/rear park sensors, and windshield wiper deicer
- Trailhawk Elite Group, but not the Canadian version: this one has leather, eight-way driver’s seat, heated steering wheel and front seats, and windshield wiper deicer, but not the LED lighting or towing package
- Premium Lighting Group for Trailhawk with the LED lighting
The Renegade has a 1.3 liter turbo engine and nine-speed automatic, with active grille shutters on all models but Trailhawk for greater aero efficiency.
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The Renegade is a global success, but the day is fast approaching when a total new generation is necessary. Jeep will be torn between what can be called a classic interpretation of the Jeep look it carries and something new enough to last a decade. The other things will fall into place as the most current technology and engineering will find its way to Renegade. The world loves this Jeep, no doubt, but keeping that love affair going in a new package will be the challenge.
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