- Jul 12, 2012
- Central Floriderp
- '00 CVPI, '88 Integra, '05 GTO
Jesus that is awesome Der Stig. If I had disposable income I would probably buy it actually. Looks extremely well put together.
Shit, I just saw that it is local!
Well, you could sell your wife's Jeep and then replace it with this one. When she asks, just play dumb and say that it's the same Jeep you've always had.I need monies!!!!!!!! $$$$$$
Hah! She's too smart for that...and eh we owe too much $$ on the Jeep so we wouldn't even get any cash out of selling it.Well, you could sell your wife's Jeep and then replace it with this one. When she asks, just play dumb and say that it's the same Jeep you've always had.
I don't have a problem with the 2.4L specifically, but, only if it is in the Dodge Dart or a similarly small car. I like this engine in a small car, it has great response but in the Renegade it is hugely under powered and underwhelming. Seriously, this engine needs another +30bhp and +30 torque for it to save itself. We drove the 1.6 turbo and it felt also under powered as well. The 2.4L should of had a turbo option and about ~230-250bhp and such.Is the new Renegade, such a bad car?
In europe we dont get the 2.4l engine, but some 2.0 fiats and a 1.6. They suck big time.
So, it primarily was intended for younger and female buyers I suspect and as a way for them to kill off either the Compass or Patriot at some point. And I think we know which direction that will go...It's a step above the Patriot. Hows that?
Don't get me wrong, there are things I and my wife like about the Renegade. The fact is though the negatives overwhelm the positives. I wish we would of been able to test drive it for 48 hours, or at the least an entire day...because we would of passed on it had we had to live with it for a bit.....so yes, it is quite bad.