Since the Renegade is no longer available with front-wheel drive, the highest possible EPA rating has dropped. The EPA estimates that the combined city/highway fuel economy for all 2023 models will be 23 mpg, with the exception of Trailhawk versions, which will achieve only 22 mpg. In the past, we've tested all-wheel-drive models and found that they get 29 mpg on our 75 mph fuel-economy route. However, that is far lower than the 37 mpg we saw from fuel-efficient rivals like the Nissan Kicks and Kia Soul. The vehicle’s interior was created to appeal to the portion of the brain that is used to produce full-length discussion between two dinosaur-shaped erasers. It has a lot of strange shapes, toy-like details, and small design surprises, like maps printed on the cup-holders and "Since 1941” embossed into the dash plastic. The seats fold down without difficulty to produce a level load floor. Even so, the space is at best average. Storage options are minimal compared to other vehicles in the sector because of the car's few storage pockets and the absence of a full-length door cubby up front. To learn more about the 2023 Jeep Renegade and other latest vehicle models, please check out the blog section of the Cranbrook Dodge website.