2019 Jeep Renegade facelift revealed

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The facelifted Jeep Renegade has been unveiled ahead of its first official presentation at the Turin motor show.

If that sounds like an unusual place to launch a revised Jeep, remember the Renegade is produced primarily at Fiat Chrysler’s plant in Melfi, Italy. The factory also produces the crossover’s platform-mate, the Fiat 500X.

Under the bonnet, the Renegade will feature a new family of three- and four-cylinder petrol engines, including a 89kW 1.0-litre, and 1.3-litre available in both 112kW and 134kW trims.

Visually, the updated Renegade is distinguished by an new grille with wider slats. There’s also a redesigned front bumper with repositioned indicators and fog lights.

The circular headlights seem smaller than before, and this top-spec model comes with LED driving lights and an LED main beam.

At the back, the tail-lights now have a shiny black plastic surround, and retain the original X-shaped motif, but the graphics have been redesigned to incorporate LED technology.

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