The 2015 Jeep Renegade will apparently require $17,995 for those looking to pickup the brand’s new subcompact crossover.
For that, you get a pretty basic two-wheel drive Renegade Sport. It’s so basic in fact that the entry-level stripped down model doesn’t even come with air conditioning, an amenity you’d often expect these days as standard even on the most basic models.
Other exclusions from the standard options list include cruise control and heated power mirrors, which you’ll have to get in a package if you want air-con.
On the opposite side of the spectrum, the Renegade Limited without extras starts at $24,795. That comes with dual-zone air-con, heated and powered leather seats, a seven-inch infotainment display, an auto-dimming mirror and 18-inch wheels.
And lastly, the full-fledged Trailhawk starts at $25,995 and gets all the bells and whistles, including Jeep’s Active Drive all-wheel system and a 20-to-one crawl ratio for the low-range box.