Go on, admit it: you've always liked the idea of owning a proper Jeep. But, for all their off-road awesomeness, they've not been especially good road cars. The new Renegade is a bit of a landmark: it's Jeep's first model to be built in Europe, for Europe.
That means – brace yourself – that it's actually what you'd call efficient. Low-CO2 engine options start from 115g/km, so this is a Jeep that won't put you into a running costs coma. Sister company Fiat builds the Renegade alongside its own 500X, and, surprisingly enough, the little Jeep feels a lot like a Fiat.
Looks and image
If it looks chunky that's because it is, but it achieves the look without taking up much road space at all. It measures less than 4.24 metres long and about 1.8 metres wide, but from both outside and from t...