Jeep Renegade Lease Deals
Top 3 Features
Chunky 4x4 looks.
Loads of kit included as standard.
4xe plug-in hybrid has proper off-road capability.
Benefits Of Leasing A Car
Why Lease A Jeep Renegade?If you want a compact SUV with real off-road capability, the Renegade is one of very few choices. But that isn’t all the Jeep has in its favour. Even entry-level front-wheel-drive models boast a chunky, rugged look and a well-appointed cabin. Standard equipment is particularly generous, making the lowlier models some of the most appealing in the range. The Renegade also has good cabin space and a plug-in hybrid option means company-car drivers can enjoy lower running costs.
What’s The Jeep Renegade's Interior Like?
How Does The Jeep Renegade Drive?
Leasing a Renegade gets you a 351-litre luggage bay. That’s slightly smaller than a Volkswagen Golf’s boot and the VW T-Roc is noticeably more spacious. But like everything else in the Renegade, it’s a really useful, square shape and folding the rear seats down gives you much more space. There’s lots of storage in the cabin, with cubby holes and storage bins everywhere.
Speaking of the cabin, the Renegade feels incredibly light and spacious for those up front. The driver and front-seat passenger get acres of head and shoulder-room, thanks to the car’s boxy shape. Rear-seat passengers will be slightly more cramped, but 4 adults can travel comfortably in the Renegade. Kids will have more than enough space to stretch out.
The Renegade is surprisingly economical. The squared-off body doesn’t scream eco-friendliness, but the tiny petrol engines keep fuel bills low. Both the 1.0 and 1.3-litre engines will do more than 40mpg on the official test.
But the 4xe is the powertrain of choice. That vehicle will manage around 26 miles on electricity alone. Only once the battery is drained will the car need its 1.3-litre petrol engine. If you keep your journeys short and charge the car regularly, you might find yourself getting close to the claimed 141.2mpg economy. Whether you achieve that or not, the company car tax bill will be low. The Renegade falls into the 13% bracket for 2021/22, and that’s only set to rise slightly over the coming years.
Renegade SUVThe Renegade is only available as a chunky 5-door, 5-seat SUV. A boxy, rugged design and Jeep’s fabled 7-bar grille are standard across the range.
Jeep Renegade Trim Levels
The Jeep Renegade Vs Competitors
Sharing its engines and drivetrains with several other models built by Stellantis, the Jeep Compass uses tried and tested parts, so it should be dependable. It also comes with a competitive 5-year warranty for even more peace of mind.
The Jeep Renegade range comprises 5 different models. The basic Longitude is joined by the Night Eagle and Limited models, as well as the Trailhawk off-road-oriented model. And there’s an 80th Anniversary model to cap off the line-up.
Rear parking sensors are included with every version of the Renegade. Even basic Longitude models have sensors in the rear bumpers. But higher-specification cars also get parking sensors at the front.
The Renegade’s boxy shape makes it roomy inside. Despite its compact dimensions, there’s plenty of space for 4 adults to travel in comfort. Add in the 351-litre boot and you’re left with a very useful, very usable family car.
Impressive levels of equipment and a genuine off-road image give the Jeep instant appeal among customers. Leasing a Renegade also gives you plenty of space and, if you choose the 4xe hybrid, low running costs.
You’ll find the best Jeep Renegade lease deals with Vanarama. We guarantee a fantastic price with no hidden fees. We also have a free 30-day returns policy if you’re not completely satisfied with your new vehicle.
Get in touch with our friendly team of advisors for more information about leasing a Jeep Renegade or if you have any other Vanarama queries.