Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Australia has today announced price reductions across the newly launched Jeep Renegade range, following a push by the company to align pricing with other models in the brand's range.
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Price reductions range from $1500 to $2500, with the entry-level Renegade Sport now priced from $28,000 plus on-road costs (was $29,500) for the five-speed manual and $31,000 plus on-road costs for the six-speed dual-clutch automatic (was $32,500).

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Further up the range, the Renegade Longitude has been reduced in price from $34,500 to $33,000 plus on-road costs in six-speed dual-clutch automatic form.

The biggest price reduction lays with the Renegade Limited, which is the penultimate model and benefits from a $2500 price reduction, now retailing for $36,000 (was $38,500).

Finally, the top-specification Renegade Trailhawk is now priced from $40,000 — down from $41,500.

Drive away pricing is available on Renegade Sport at $29,000 for the entry-level manual and $32,000 for the entry-level automatic.

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Customers that bought a Renegade at its retail price since launch will receive money back from FCA Australia to compensate them for price variations, so buyers won't be any worse off as a result of the pricing change.

CarAdvice criticised pricing of the Renegade at its local launch, coming in much higher than competitors in its market segment.

Read our review of the Jeep Renegade and check out Jeep Renegade pricing and specifications.