The 2020 Jeep Renegade offers a comfortable ride with varying trim levels to meet your driving needs. Though these Renegade trims may look similar at a glance, they have distinct features and amenities that set them apart. Check out the different trim levels you can get with the 2020 Jeep Renegade.
The Sport edition comes with air conditioning, carpeted floor mats, and four cargo tie-down loops. You can also enjoy driver- and passenger-side sun visors with a mirror, which is unavailable in some Renegade trim levels. This model also comes with 16-inch steel wheels, and you can upgrade to 17-inch aluminum wheels. In terms of infotainment, the Sport trim comes with a 5-inch touch-screen display and six speakers for your audio needs.
The Renegade Upland comes with 17-by-6.5-inch aluminum wheels and the option of 17-by-7-inch aluminum wheels. You also get a deep tint sunscreen glass that’s unavailable on the Jeep’s Sport edition. You can also take advantage of the optional rain-sensitive windshield wipers and tonneau cover for added cargo protection. For off-roading, the Jeep comes with a front suspension skid plate. Like the Sport edition, the Upland features a 5-inch touch screen and six speakers for added entertainment.
With the Jeep Renegade Latitude, you have the option of heated front seats and a black interior. The vehicle comes standard with 17-inch aluminum wheels, but you can upgrade to the 19-inch aluminum wheels. You also get one year of SiriusXM radio service. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Uconnect 4 with a 7-inch display are standard for the Latitude.
The Altitude comes with all-season touring tires and a nine-speed automatic transmission. You also have the option of heated front seats and a heated steering wheel for added comfort in the interior. For extra cargo space, there are 60/40 folding rear seats. This trim also comes standard with a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a remote USB port, and one year of SiriusXM radio service.
The Trailhawk comes with 17-inch aluminum wheels and a full-size spare tire. You also get a hood decal and “Trail Rated” badge. When you’re off-roading, take advantage of the Trailhawk’s front suspension skid plate, fuel tank skid plate shield, and hill descent control, the latter of which is unavailable in most other models. To tackle various terrains, you can opt for the Selec-Terrain system.
Like the previous models, the Jeep Renegade Limited comes with Uconnect 4 and a 7-inch display for your infotainment needs. It also features 18-inch painted aluminum wheels, but you can upgrade to 19-inch wheels. The Limited also comes with a tire service kit and the Selec-Terrain system.
The High Altitude edition comes standard with an HD radio, SiriusXM Travel Link, and Uconnect 4C NAV with an 8.4-inch display. It also comes with navigation, styling enhancements, heated front seats, and 19-inch granite-painted aluminum wheels. Under the hood is a 1.3-liter turbo engine.
Interested in seeing the trims up close? Stop by Huffines Chrysler Jeep Dodge Lewisville to take them for a test drive.
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