Photos: Prestige Autos Launch Jeep Renegade

June 28, 2016

Prestige Autos recently held an event to officially unveil the Jeep Renegade, outside Harry’s Restaurant located in the Waterfront Complex, overlooking Hamilton Harbour.

The company website says the Jeep Renegade comes in two models, the Longitude and the Limited. Both models come with a touch screen display, USB connection and voice command with bluetooth.

The Jeep Renegades come equipped with a 1.4 litre turbo gas engine with six speed auto transmission. The Limited features leather seats and 17′ alloy wheels while the Longitude comes with cloth seats and 16′ alloy wheels.


Air conditioning, keyless entry, multistage air bags, LED ambient lighting, side air bags, power windows, power operated mirrors, tilt/telescopic steering and front fog lights are all features found in both models, together with many more. The white Limited on display came with removable roof panels.

Both vehicles are TCD Class ‘G’ and come with a two year mechanical warranty and optional rust proofing. Stop in and see the new Jeep vehicles at the Prestige Autos showroom on Woodlands Road or call them on 296-3535.

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  1. Jus' Wonderin' says:

    Looks like a Jeep and a Car had a baby….ugly af IMO! Old Jeep’s looked better!

  2. Triangle Drifter says:

    Ahhh, the latest ‘Must have’ vehicle for Bermuda. That 4WD & high clearance is really needed to get over those speed bumps in Hamilton & Flatts. Lets not forget wading through the floods in Bakery Lane & Mills Creek.

  3. Andrew says:

    Bermudians can’t wait to purchase this…never mind paying rent or bills. lol

  4. sage says:

    Looks like it shrunk in the wash, prefer the old boxy one.

  5. OH WELL says:

    And the price on it????? Never mind, something like that is bound to be a bit steep. Cant afford it.

  6. Seriously? says:

    A “G” class private car for nannies to not know how to park in the very limited and small parking spots we have in town these days!! 55-62K and people cry on this island about hurting and such…. cant wait to see who is driving them…. You can buy a vacation condo for that in some states, and a lovely home in some small countries.. Priorities!

  7. Can it have a towball and roof rack?

  8. Of course the duty govt. requires is 100% on first $10,000 and 150% on every dollar past that, shipping added on past that…this car will cost you at least 60.

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