The 193 Jeep dealerships are reaching the 75th Anniversary Series of Renegade. This limited edition was made to celebrate the anniversary of the brand that was born in 1941 in the United States, at a time of great challenges imposed by World War II. Since then the Jeep has become the ultimate symbol of the 4×4 universe, and years later it would inaugurate the concept of sport utility vehicle (SUV). The commemorative series will have 2,000 units of the Renegade 75 Years. Available with the 1.8 Flex and 2.0 Diesel engines, the limited edition 75 Years is based on the Sport version, with the addition of equipment of superior versions, cases of the roof racks and wheels of 17 inches, in addition to a series of aesthetic differentials. The main change over the Renegade line options is the sleek bronze finish on the classic seven front-window openings, as well as on the bumper frames, the wheels, the roof racks and the Jeep and Renegade logos ( this one with orange outline). The same tone is on the emblem alluding to the birthday of the brand applied to the front doors, which displays the silhouette of the pioneering Jeep, the Willys MB, 1941. The ceiling is always painted black except when the body is in Black Carbon color. The other options are Environment White and the exclusive Green Recon. Inside, the seat lining is also unique, with black accents and double stitching, in white and orange. The prices are R $ 88,890 with engine 1.8 Flex and R $ 116,890 with propeller 2.0 Diesel. The list of standard items includes Hill Start Assist, stability controls (ESC) and Cruise Control, headlights and fog backlight, electronic parking brake, multifunctional display configurable in the instrument panel and Uconnect audio system with 6 speakers, Bluetooth and USB.

Sales Leadership in July

“In addition to celebrating this important date in the history of the brand, the 75 Anos series arrives at a very special moment for Jeep in Brazil, in which it has established itself as a national manufacturer, as one of the largest dealer networks and as one of the champions of not only in the SUV segment, but in the market as a whole, “said Sérgio Ferreira, Jeep general director for Latin America, referring to the 9th place that Jeep occupies in the ranking of just over a year from the launch of the Jeep Renegade. ” Speaking of results, the Jeep Renegade produced in Pernambuco resumed in July the top of the country’s best-selling SUVs, with 4,745 placements – a position it had held between October and January. Among car cover sedan in general, Renegade was the 9th best seller in July with a 2.7% share. This year there are already 30,445 units registered, which totals 69,635 since its launch in April 2015. The success of Renegade sales has been repeated in other countries. In Europe and the United States, it has been crucial for the Jeep to exceed record sales records each month.

Renegade Exclusivities

Not only was it the only compact SUV in Brazil with a turbo diesel engine option, and the first national vehicle with 9-speed automatic transmission, Renegade offers unmatched trim, equipment and safety levels in its class. And it’s still the only one that does not come from any stroller, which gives you high driving position, sturdiness in any kind of terrain and superior driveability.

Among the exclusive items you present in the segment, highlight:

– anti-overhead control (standard on all versions)

– independent suspension on all four wheels (standard on all versions)

– daytime running lights (DRL), especially important with the new Brazilian legislation (standard on all versions)

– fog lights with cornering function; automatically connect to the side where the steering wheel is turned, at low speed or during maneuvers (standard on all versions)

– two-zone digital air conditioning (standard on Longitude and Trailhawk)

– driver’s knee airbag (optional)

– blind spot detector (optional)

– tire pressure monitoring (optional)

– two varieties of sunroof; panoramic and removable (optional)


Revealed exactly two years ago, and after more than 330,000 units sold during that time, the Jeep Renegade does not fail to incorporate novelties and special editions to its line. At the Paris Motor Show, which opens its doors in a few days, will be the Jeep Renegade Desert Hawk, with its military and ‘desert’ style, with more equipment and good 4×4 capabilities. In its hood, the Renegade Desert Hawk shows a sticker with the topographical map of Moab, and on its rear C-pillars appears designed the star of the United States Army. The exterior of this special edition comes complete with a matte black front grille, 17-inch alloy wheels in black and paint on its ‘Mojave Sand’ body. The Jeep Renegade Desert Hawk not only adopts a very rugged exterior, but also its off-road capabilities also come in handy: the Jeep 4WD Active Drive Low – which simulates the effect of a reduced on its first gear – works in conjunction with the Selec-Terrain system, including slope control on ramps and the unique ‘Rock’ mode, which allows access to even more complicated terrain. The interior of the Jeep Renegade Desert Hawk also includes specific details in the form of benches with mixed fabric and leather upholstery, in black with white stitching and with the version logo engraved in its central part. This edition is based on the ‘Trailhawk’ finish, and among its standard equipment are the front and rear parking sensors, bizona climate control, 7.0-inch screen instrumentation and cruise control. Also part of its standard equipment is the UConnect multimedia system with 6.5-inch touch screen and navigator. In its list of options appears the removable ceiling My Sky, rear view camera and the sound equipment BeatsAudio with 9 speakers. It will go on sale in Europe from November, with the diesel engine 2.0 MultiJet 170 hp and 9-speed automatic transmission.


The customization offered by the Jeep for all its models is very broad, but can be further augmented through official Mopar accessories. At the Paris Motor Show 2016 two copies will be presented, one Jeep Renegade and another Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, showing the possibilities offered by Mopar. Speaking of the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, this incorporates the MoparONE package further enhancing its already very high off-road capabilities. This Wrangler was heavily ‘moparized’, and at first glance its exterior in ‘Hyper Green’ color and an interior upholstered in black leather. The MoparONE package for the Jeep Wrangler includes a kit to raise its height by an additional five centimeters, ‘skid plates’ on its underside for added protection and 17-inch aluminum wheels painted black, sidewalks with off-road tires of 265/75 R17. This package of elements will be on sale shortly at Jeep dealerships. This specimen, specially created for its exhibition in Paris, completes its imposing appearance thanks to a black windshield with halogen lights in its upper part, a ventilated hood and tubular lateral stirrups. Its engine is the diesel of 2.8 liters and 200 hp, with automatic transmission of five speeds. Along with the special edition Renegade Desert Hawk, in Paris will also be shown another copy of the Jeep Renegade specially personalized through the Mopar accessories. Based on the Longitude finish, this particular Jeep Renegade differs from the standard model by the details such as its ‘Solar Yellow’ exterior paint, black hood, the United States Army star on its doors, a metal platform on its ceiling, as well as mirrors mirrors and front grille with matte black finish. The MoparONE package is also present on this Jeep Renegade, in which case it includes a 25-mm high suspension with All Season tires. In this way, not only improves your aesthetic, but also offers greater 4×4 capabilities. This model uses the 2.0 MultiJet 140 hp engine, with manual transmission and Jeep Active Drive System.


What appears in the gallery images is not a Mercedes-AMG G 63 6×6 modified by some first-rate preparer. It is a model designed in far-off China. A preparer for the Asian giant named G. Patton took advantage of the recent Chengdu 2016 Hall to present the new Tomahawk, based on a Jeep Wrangler. More specifically, what we see in the images is a Jeep Wrangler 6×6 created by G. Patton and along with it offer us a clear reminder of the Mercedes-AMG G 63 6×6. Starting from the base of a standard Wrangler, the G. Patton staff added an additional third axle to the rear and thus managed to give the model an extreme and radical image. According to the company during their presentation, to create the Tomahawk they cut the Jeep Wrangler from its C-pillar and added a pickup truck (closed). Other changes that catch the eye are the new grille as well as several rear adjustments. Nor can we pass without commenting on the 17-inch light alloy wheels worn by Mickey Thompson tires. Interior images have not been released, but are expected to have augmented the Jeep Wrangler 6×6 cabin with new leather upholstery, as well as orange colored trim and surfaces to create an interesting contrast with the exterior image. In mechanical terms, G. Patton added a new compressor to the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine, although he did not reveal the performance and performance figures presented by the Jeep Wrangler 6×6. It is not yet known whether G. Patton Tomahawk will be mass-produced and marketed, and if it does, it will probably only be available in China for a really high price.


75 years agoWillys-Overland Motor was awarded a contract to provide vehicles to the United States Army. The car was none other than the Willys MB, which shortly after would be known worldwide as Jeep. Now the brand that belongs to the FCA Group wants to celebrate the event and for that has created the Jeep Wrangler 75th Salute. As you would expect from his name and circumstances, the all-terrain gets a décor that brings him closer to his ‘great-grandfather’. Its body appears with a military aspect in olive green and graphics finished in bronze. In addition, it underwent some major changes, since the B-pillar and the doors were eliminated, and a steel bumper with tow hooks was added. Other details that catch the attention of the Wrangler 75th Salute are the low-back canvas seats, the locks on the exterior of the hood and the steppe on the back. It will also defend off the asphalt, as it uses 16-inch steel wheels, which are paved by 32-inch all-terrain tires. From its interior still no images have appeared. The Jeep Wrangler 75th Salute is based on the current Wrangler Sport and will carry a 3.6-liter V6 Pentastar engine coupled to a six-speed manual transmission. Nothing to do with the Willys MB, which with its reduced dimensions and a weight of less than 600 kg, had full traction and only two speeds. During World War II 647,925 units of this model were manufactured.

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