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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 13 issues per year The original and still the best! 4x4 magazine is the market leader in automotive off-roading. Still with its heart and soul invested in the seasoned off-road enthusiast, 4x4 magazine aims to cover the latest models, bring you the hot news from around the world, essential buying and practical information on the most popular, saving owners time and money in the process, while also inspiring and informing readers about the joys of off-roading.

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4x4 Magazine  |  No.361 Muddy Waters  


Opinions are mixed about the new small 4x4 Renegade from Jeep. The traditional view may be that it’s not a ‘real’ Jeep, that it’s unfit to carry the famous badge. Jeep has, after all, been building 4x4s ‘Since 1941’ as the badging proudly embossed on the new Renegade’s facial confirms. But a vehicle based on an Italian Fiat 500 floorplan, with anon-demand ‘leverless’ 4x4 system is hardly a Willys or a Wrangler, no matter how bright the red paint on the signature tow hooks may shine. However, contemptuous dismissal is not the answer. Perhaps, there is a different way of looking at this, and perhaps, even the most diehard Jeep
enthusiast can be persuaded to take a step back, re-evaluate, and concede that the new Jeep Renegade is indeed a very good thing.
Firstly, however, you have to accept that 1941 was a very long time ago. It’s all very well having a heritage to be proud of, but to slavishly refuse to change with the times, the culture, and more importantly, the market is – amongst other things – a recipe for disaster. Turn the clock back only a
few years to the height of our recent global recession and the very existence of Jeep as a manufacturer was in doubt. The only place you would find the iconic Jeep badge looked like being at an auto jumble, certainly not on a brand new design of new small 4x4 SUV. Things had to change, and with the help of the US government and the drive of the British-born president and CEO of the Jeep brand, Mike Manley, a merger with Fiat was established. Fiat? What on earth does this Italian
manufacturer know about 4x4, for heaven’s sake? Well, for one thing, it seems to understand the global value of the Jeep brand, as the excellent newly revised Grand Cherokee, new Cherokee and now the new small 4x4 Renegade clearly demonstrates. And the most important part of that
sentence is ‘new small 4x4’. Like many readers, if my Lottery numbers come up this weekend, then a decision to buy a new Range Rover Sport would be easy.
The original and still the best! 4x4 magazine is the market leader in automotive off-roading. Still with its heart and soul invested in the seasoned off-road enthusiast, 4x4 magazine aims to cover the latest models, bring you the hot news from around the world, essential buying and practical information on the most popular, saving owners time and money in the process, while also inspiring and informing readers about the joys of off-roading. Covering all the core 4x4 vehicles, from icons such as Land Rovers and Jeeps through to the latest rugged Japanese pick-ups, ATVs, commercials and other specialist off-road vehicles.
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4x4 Magazine   |   No.361 Muddy Waters   


Opinions are mixed about the new small 4x4 Renegade from Jeep. The traditional view may be that it’s not a ‘real’ Jeep, that it’s unfit to carry the famous badge. Jeep has, after all, been building 4x4s ‘Since 1941’ as the badging proudly embossed on the new Renegade’s facial confirms. But a vehicle based on an Italian Fiat 500 floorplan, with anon-demand ‘leverless’ 4x4 system is hardly a Willys or a Wrangler, no matter how bright the red paint on the signature tow hooks may shine. However, contemptuous dismissal is not the answer. Perhaps, there is a different way of looking at this, and perhaps, even the most diehard Jeep
enthusiast can be persuaded to take a step back, re-evaluate, and concede that the new Jeep Renegade is indeed a very good thing.
Firstly, however, you have to accept that 1941 was a very long time ago. It’s all very well having a heritage to be proud of, but to slavishly refuse to change with the times, the culture, and more importantly, the market is – amongst other things – a recipe for disaster. Turn the clock back only a
few years to the height of our recent global recession and the very existence of Jeep as a manufacturer was in doubt. The only place you would find the iconic Jeep badge looked like being at an auto jumble, certainly not on a brand new design of new small 4x4 SUV. Things had to change, and with the help of the US government and the drive of the British-born president and CEO of the Jeep brand, Mike Manley, a merger with Fiat was established. Fiat? What on earth does this Italian
manufacturer know about 4x4, for heaven’s sake? Well, for one thing, it seems to understand the global value of the Jeep brand, as the excellent newly revised Grand Cherokee, new Cherokee and now the new small 4x4 Renegade clearly demonstrates. And the most important part of that
sentence is ‘new small 4x4’. Like many readers, if my Lottery numbers come up this weekend, then a decision to buy a new Range Rover Sport would be easy.
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