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20,000-Mile Service Performed - 2015 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk Long-Term Road Test

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edited April 2016 in Jeep
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20,000-Mile Service Performed - 2015 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk Long-Term Road Test

We took our 2015 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk test vehicle in for its 20,000-mile service.

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Comments

  • aspadeaspade Posts: 42
    After paying 150.00 for the first dealer oil change I suppose that 100.00 for this one feels like a bargain.
  • chase300chase300 Posts: 6
    Just had my Durango oil change at my local dealer here in Atlanta and they charged $37.95 and that included the 2 extra qts the Hemi takes.
    I don't know how you CA residents can afford to live there.
  • 5vzfe5vzfe Posts: 161
    How the heck did this machine get to 20,000 miles before the M235i? Yeah I know it took some road trips, but given how many drivability complaints this thing garnered I'm shocked that it has been driven this much, especially compared to a convertible BMW - or pretty much any BMW. I'm more willing to buy an off-roader than a convertible sports car, but I know for a fact I'd still drive the bimmer more than the renegade.
  • henry4hirehenry4hire Posts: 106
    I have a strong dislike of this vehicle.
  • roadburnerroadburner Posts: 11,393
    5vzfe said:

    How the heck did this machine get to 20,000 miles before the M235i? Yeah I know it took some road trips, but given how many drivability complaints this thing garnered I'm shocked that it has been driven this much, especially compared to a convertible BMW - or pretty much any BMW. I'm more willing to buy an off-roader than a convertible sports car, but I know for a fact I'd still drive the bimmer more than the renegade.

    I love my 1999 Sahara and look for excuses to drive it. The Jeep CUVs? Not so much.

    Mine: 1995 318ti Club Sport / 2014 M235i / 1999 Wrangler / 1996 Speed Triple Challenge Cup Replica Wife's: 2016 i3 REX/2009 Cooper Clubman Son's: 2009 328i

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