Jeep Renegade Accessories & Parts

About Jeep Renegade

Originally a trim on the CJ and then later with the Liberty, the name Jeep Renegade has been around in one facet or another since the 1970s. It most recently has appeared alongside the Renegade as a rugged, yet stylish trim level full of options. When the model debuted it was outfitted with a 3.7L V6 engine which produced up to 210 horsepower directed through either a six-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic. A smaller 2.4L four-cylinder configuration was also made available and got credit for churning out 150 horsepower. Two other trim levels were announced with the launch of the Renegade - Sport and Limited, with the Limited designated as the higher-level trim.

Measurements of the Jeep Liberty Renegade gave the vehicle a wheelbase of 104.2 inches, a width of 71.1 inches, a height of 73.2 inches, and an overall length of 174.2 inches. In 2003, Jeep gave the Renegade parts a slight redesign, with the most changes occurring inside the model, as a new overhead console was introduced along with an optional in-dash six-disc CD audio system. A special Columbia Edition of the Renegade was introduced, as well, and offered 16” graphite-painted wheels, foglights, and a sunroof. 2005 welcomed in a more discernible redesign, as the vehicle’s measurements were updated. The Renegade was now shorter (69.8 inches), wider (71.8 inches), and longer (174.7 inches). A 2.8L turbocharged four-cylinder diesel engine entered the lineup rated at 160 horsepower and 295 pounds-per-foot of torque. A year later in 2006, safety features were upgraded, as both side-curtain airbags and stability control became available.

The second generation of the Jeep Liberty Renegade was introduced for the 2008 model year. The main engine configuration was still a 3.7L V6 (210 horsepower) mated to either a six-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic. Trim levels were kept the same as well with the Sport and the Limited (Limited models only came with the four-speed automatic transmission). Among the most notable changes for the Renegade were the new suspension (multilink rear, independent front) and the improved ground clearance. Drivers could also choose between front and all-wheel drive. The exterior parts of the Jeep Liberty were designed to be boxier and more rugged than in previous years. Features included remote-starting, a power-sliding sunroof, and rain-sensing windshield wipers.

The Jeep Renegade is a visionary compact SUV that draws you in right from the start. It is modernly-styled and a tad of a departure from most models on the Jeep roster, as the Renegade resembles a Honda Element every bit as it does a Grand Cherokee. Maybe that's the point, because a wide range of drivers absolutely love the way this model looks, from adventurous singles to families of five. It has the space, capability, and performance to keep up with the rest of the field, but it is that dynamic exterior design that still sets it apart. The Renegade is an overall impressive achievement.

CARiD presents a full line of Jeep Renegade Accessories and Parts that help your stylish SUV make it look easy. Anything you need for fashion, comfort, or protection is available inside our selection of Jeep Renegade accessories and parts from the finest names in the business. Floor mats, spoilers, grille guards, and more can be found right here, giving you a plethora of enticing options. This is the kind of vehicle that gets noticed in its own right. Discovering the world of Jeep Renegade accessories only drives its presence higher.

Whatever you expect from your Jeep Renegade, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Jeep Renegade and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!


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