Crossover & Midsize

The Jeep Renegade Comes With a Major Perk for 2021

Next year is just around the corner, which means car dealerships are displaying the 2021 versions of your favorite vehicles, including the Jeep Renegade. It’s fun to see what changes have been made to the vehicles and what features the manufacture decided to keep. If you’re considering upgrading to the Jeep Renegade, there’s a major perk you’ll want to consider, particularly if you’re comparing the Renegade to a similar vehicle.

The 2021 Jeep Renegade: An overview 

In a perfect world, each of us would own a small, fuel-efficient vehicle as our daily commuter. We’d also have a larger SUV-like vehicle that would accommodate kids, dogs, and luggage on family road trips. There would also be a tough vehicle in our garage we’d pull out for weekend trail driving and camping trips. The problem most of us face is we don’t have the budget to own three vehicles for different purposes. That’s where the 2021 Jeep Renegade comes into the picture. It’s designed to meet all of our driving needs.

The 2021 Jeep Renegade is classified as a subcompact crossover. The smaller dimensions mean you can’t fit quite as much camping gear into it, but the Renegade is easier to fit into narrow city parking spaces than the larger Jeeps. It’s designed to be comfortable as a daily commuter yet tough enough to handle trails.

According to Car and Driver, the 2021 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk edition is best suited for outdoor adventures.

Jeep didn’t create a whole new generation of the Renegade for 2021, but the automaker did add some impressive features. They include rear-cross traffic alert, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, and lane assist. The pricier models boast panoramic sunroofs, themed decals and seatbacks, hands-free entry, and a large infotainment screen. 

Driving the 2021 Renegade

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According to an AutoTrader review, the 2021 Jeep Renegade handles much like a full-size SUV. The reviewer was impressed by how much head and legroom they had while in the small crossover. They also noted the vehicle had a good amount of ground clearance, an important feature for taking the vehicle trail driving. The higher the ground clearance, the smoother the ride and the less damage the vehicle will sustain while you’re on an off-road adventure.

The AutoTrader reviewer’s biggest complaint with the Renegade was that the transmission wasn’t as responsive as it should be.

Purchasing a 2021 Renegade

If you’re interested in the 2021 Jeep Renegade, you have lots of trim options to choose from. Jeep has produced 11 trims, which includes two special editions and Upland editions. The Renegade Sport is the most basic trim option and starts at $24,345. The Trailblazer is the priciest trim option and starts at $30,195.

The major perk of the 2021 Jeep Renegade

When considering small SUV options, you should know something about the 2021 Renegade. You won’t appreciate this perk during your daily commute, but you’ll benefit from it a few years down the road when it’s time to upgrade to a newer model.

The 2021 Jeep Renegade has a surprisingly high resale value, one of the best in its class. When it reviewed the 2021 Jeep Renegade, JD Power gave the vehicle a score of 88 out of 100 for resale value. That’s an outstanding resale value, and it does wonders to extend your transportation budget.