Discussion in 'Mopar News' started by romalerig, Jun 4, 2018.
looks like a dual injected unit instead of multiple parts, better looking and more cost effective
It doesn't look as cheap now.
This is a example of where Daimler used to fail. The capital on the new unit is way more extensive, but the unit cost is much better and less complex. So overall at most it was a wash at best it was massive cost saving. That's why I used to say they would waste a dollar saving a dime. Good to see FCA properly looking at the life cycle costs over implementation cost especially considering how liberal the terms they got on capital.
These new engines must be sourced from Brazil or did I miss something?
Thanks, Poland is the most logical. Only asked because I've seen no official announcement.
There was an announcement in 2016 or late 2015. I can't exactly remember.
And most likely Italy in the future.
Engine blocks are made by Teksid. In Italy for Europe and Brasil for South America.
There will be also a Chinese production for GSE. AFAIK it's same with a GME.
For comparison, here's the 2015 interior:
The new one is a little more "grown up" (mainly because the the "SINCE 1947" stencil-lettering embossing is gone from the screen surround). Touchscreen is much bigger too, and AC controls are now the Chrysler type with push-button temperature setting rather than the "three-big-dials" version from Alfa Giulietta.
Updated interior, and slight aesthetic updates. Subtle, but well done.
I like the headlights.
Supposedly it will get the new GSE engines.
That is the most interesting part.....no confirmation of powertrains yet. I have seen the speculation, but nothing confirmed.
PS: I am currently in Chiogga, Italy and the Renegade seems to be very popular here based on anecdotal evidence.
First post. That is an official statement. Therefore GSE is officially official .
P.S.: European versions for the time being:
609.L20.4 1.0 GSE T3 120CV C630 FWD SPORT
609.M20.4 1.0 GSE T3 120CV C630 FWD LONGITUDE
609.P20.4 1.0 GSE T3 120CV C630 FWD LIMITED
609.M22.4 1.3 GSE T4 150CV DDCT FWD LONGITUDE
609.P22.4 1.3 GSE T4 150CV DDCT FWD LIMITED
609.P43.4 1.3 GSE T4 180CV 948TE 4WD LIMITED
609.H33.4 1.3 GSE T4 180CV 948TE 4WD LOW TRAILHAWK
609.L27.4 1.6 MJET 120CV C635 FWD SPORT
609.M27.4 1.6 MJET 120CV C635 FWD LONGITUDE
609.P27.4 1.6 MJET 120CV C635 FWD LIMITED
609.M2K.4 1.6 MJET 120CV DDCT FWD LONGITUDE
609.P2K.4 1.6 MJET 120CV DDCT FWD LIMITED
609.P3B.4 2.0 MJET 140CV 948TE 4WD LOW LIMITED
609.H3E.4 2.0 MJET 170CV 948TE 4WD LOW TRAILHAWK
New 2019 Jeep® Renegade to Receive European Preview at Torino Motor Show (at http://www.jeeppress-europe.com/press/article/new-2019-jeep-renegade-to-receive-european-preview-at-torino-motor-show )
The Jeep® brand will reveal the new 2019 Jeep Renegade for Europe at the opening day of the Torino Motor Show on June 6. In spectacular Valentino Park, enthusiasts will be able to see the most recent version of the Jeep Renegade at this one-of-a-kind event, which is a homage to the fans of the brand and to the show's host city.
The Jeep Renegade set a new benchmark in the B-SUV segment in 2014 by blending the legendary Jeep brand's off-road capabilities with dimensions and styling perfect for enjoying the city lifestyle. The new model year 2019 will feature a refreshed look and new engines.
A new family of three and four-cylinder petrol engines - a 1.0-litre delivering 120hp and a 1.3-litre delivering 150hp or 180hp - will be introduced to deliver even better efficiency and performance.
The new engine family will reassert the power and appeal of the Jeep Renegade in the segment, by staying ahead of the market and customer demands.
More details about the 2019 Jeep Renegade will be communicated during the presentation to the international press in the second half of June.
Turin, June 4, 2018
Nice upgrade, well done FCA.
What will be the NAFTA engine?
Too soon to tell but, if I have to guess, all the T4 gas engines......