• How Much Does a Custom 2015 Jeep Renegade Comanche Pickup Truck Worth? (Auction)

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    Customized 2015 Jeep Renegade Comanche pickup

    Would you like to have your very own custom 4×4 mini truck? How about this 2015 Jeep Renegade Comanche creation that is currently on sale via Ebay. How much do you think it’s worth? The current bid stands at $35,000. The quickly climbing price points to serious interest for a compact 4WD pickup truck.

    A closer look at the auction listing reveals that the Jeep Renegade was in an accident that may have deemed it a total loss by the insurance company. The accident was likely the motivation to convert this small crossover into a minu truck. Take a look at the pickup bed design. It is very similar to the one that Jeep put on their diesel-powered Jeep Comanche concept truck last year. The tail light design is different, and the top tie-down points are not there on the custom creation.

    Do you want to see more of a Renegade-based pickup truck? Check out Nathan Adlen drive a Jeep concept truck in Moab, Utah back in 2016.

    Andre Smirnov
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    10 thoughts on “How Much Does a Custom 2015 Jeep Renegade Comanche Pickup Truck Worth? (Auction)

    1. They should have released that over the actual Renegade and I am pretty sure it would have been a great money maker for Jeep. Mark it up higher than the little SUV and less materials = more profit.

      1. Daniel – – –

        Agree. It needs 4 doors in the American market.
        But then, there is the issue of foreign engine and no BOF. What about transfer case? What about lockers
        What is ground clearance? What is the Ramp Travel Index (RTI)? Sway-bar disconnect? Modifiable by OG guys who want to do a “build”?

        This may be a good, all-weather suburban mini pickup, but for genuine OR, forget it.


    2. Hopefully we can all make different vehicles one day with a 3D printer. What is offered today is so utterly boring. We had real cars in the 50-80’s, just gone downhill since then, likely why this truck gets a high bill because its all new.

        1. No doubt that 70’s 80’s and most of the 90’s had boring box style cars with no appeal besides high end cars and Japanese cars. Everything American was copied and a bore

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