Jeep has come to the rescue of Mopar-following news sites by releasing a 2022 (Jeep®)RED Renegade Special Edition.
The punctuation is from (Jeep®), which uses parenthesis around its own name and a superscripted RED on the special edition Renegade and Compass.
Jeep wrote, “The 2022 Jeep Renegade – known for its best-in-class off-road capability – is getting a bold appearance to match its valiant mission to donate funds that help fight global health emergencies.” The special edition is part of a three year program with the Global Fund, which gets a cut of the revenue from each (RED) vehicle.
In the United States, the (RED) Renegade is based on the Latitude and costs $29,590 plus $1,595 destination. In Canada, it is based on the North, and has a list price of C$34,890 plus $2,095 destination. Regardless, it has Colorado Red mirror caps, a body-color roof with black rails, 19-inch aluminum wheels, black cloth bucket seats with gray stitching, Trailhawk Ruby Red speaker and vent bezels, leather-wrapped steering wheel, console, and shifter, UConnect 4, 8.4 inch display, and GPS navigation.
All Renegades come with 1.3 liter turbocharged four-cylinder engines coupled to nine-speed automatics; AWD versions have segment-exclusive disconnect rear axles. Renegades come with full-speed forward collision warning, active braking, blind spot monitors, and active lane management.
Ironically, the (RED) version of the (Jeep®) does not come only in red; buyers can also choose white, black, or gray.