The Renegade is Jeep’s attempt at breaking into the incredibly competitive (and lucrative) compact crossover market. The Renegade brings rugged-yet-trendy looks, off-road capability and great economy to the table, making it an attractive option to consider if you’re in the market for a small crossover car.
As with all compact crossovers that are currently on the market, looking good is key. To really make the most of the all-American styling, you really do need to pick the right colour.
Enter carwow. We have pored over the options list and analysed all of the available colour schemes on offer for the Renegade. Have a look at our car paints guide if you want to learn more about the types of paint you can choose from when you buy a new car.
Solid Black – £0
Solid Black is the only colour on offer with the Renegade that you don’t have to pay any money for. It is certainly a smart-looking colour, and it suits the shape of the Renegade. It should come in handy come resale time, too. With a car as interesting-looking as the Renegade, you can’t help but think that something a bit more funky might be a tad more suitable though.
Mojave Sand £500 (£900 with black roof)
Brown is back! The colour that was incredibly popular in the 1970s is experiencing something of a renaissance when it comes to cars. Mojave Sand is Jeep’s militaristic attempt at making the most of this. It is a weirdly attractive colour on the Renegade, and shouldn’t be too difficult to keep clean. You can also spec this colour to have a contrasting black roof for extra trend value.
Anvil £500 (£900 with black roof)
Anvil is a deep shade of grey, and lends a handsome appearance to the Renegade. Thanks to the non-outlandish nature of this colour, it will likely make the Renegade that much easier to sell on and should also ensure you get a bit more money back as well.
Solar Yellow £500 (£900 with black roof)
Solar Yellow is one of the more exciting colour choices available on the Renegade. It may not turn out to be the most popular colour available on the Renegade, but with the contrasting black roof and black wheels, it is certainly one of the coolest.
Omaha Orange £500 (£900 with black roof)
Omaha is another bold colour choice that will likely be rather divisive. Orange is normally a colour reserved exclusively for Lamborghinis and McLarens, but we can’t help but think that it looks rather good on the Renegade. That being said, good looks may come at a price because this shade may affect the Renegade’s potential resale value.
Colorado Red £500 (£900 with black roof)
Colorado Red has the interesting effect of making the Renegade look rather like a fire truck. Depending on what your thoughts about firefighters are, this may be a good or a bad thing. This bright and vibrant shade of red will most likely be one of the more popular colour choices available for the Renegade, even though you may find yourself spending a fair deal of time keeping it clean.
Alpine White £500 (£900 with black roof)
White cars are always going to be popular, and the Jeep Renegade in Alpine White with a contrasting black roof and wheels really does look the part. The only gripe we have with this otherwise great colour is the fact that dirt will stick out like a sore thumb, so you may find yourself spending your weekends cleaning…
Carbon Black £600
Carbon Black is almost grey in colour, and will most likely be one of the most popular colours available on the Renegade. Carbon Black allows you to look good while not standing out too much, which is exactly what a lot of drivers look for when it comes to buying a new car. That being said, you do get the impression that the Renegade is a car you buy to be a bit different, so why would you want to blend in?
Granite Crystal £600
Granite Crystal might not be everybody’s first choice, but its an interesting hue that stands out among the other shades on offer. Neither crystal nor granite comes to mind, but its dark brown quality will be great for hiding mud. This’ll come in handy if you plan to put the car’s off-road abilities to the test.
Glacier £600 (£1,000 with black roof)
Glacier is the most expensive colour available on the Renegade. This shade of silver does look really good on the Renegade, and we wouldn’t be surprised if this turns out to be one of the best-selling colours. This colour will no doubt work in your favour when the time to sell eventually comes along, meaning you should hopefully be able to pocket a bit more money in the process.
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