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quanto ti piace la Jeep Renegade 2014?  

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  1. 1. Quanto ti piace la Jeep Renegade 2014?

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Piuttosto strettina e relativamente sconcertante come la sorellona Cherokee... bello il colore che hanno scelto, ma aspetto di vedere tutto il set di foto per capire se mi piace.

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Il nome Renegade dovrebbe essere confermato... o almeno a me sembra di legger ciò sulla partiera anteriore.

Sul design non mi esprimo per ora... certo cosi a caldo posso dire che è più simpatica che bella!

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e si i due ganci rossi di traino

Non solo. A parte la colorazione, la parte nera sul cofano e i ganci, c'è tanto di targhetta rossa "Trailhawk" sul primo montante.

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Dopo il mio meh, dovuto al fatto che l'auto mi pare un pò sbilanciata mi voglio ricredere perchè ci vedo un perchè!

Voglio vederla in altre foto, allestimenti e colori perchè unendo mentalmente questa foto con le foto dei muli mi pare azzeccata

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Non mi piace molto come "finisce" la fiancata, aspetto che vengano fuori altre foto prima di dare un giudizio.

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Sul design non mi esprimo per ora... certo cosi a caldo posso dire che è più simpatica che bella!

viste le dimensioni, giocare sulla "non serietá" è un azzardo che paradossalmente potrebbe pagare. Farla troppo incazzusa e sportiva come design ottenevi questo effetto :lol:

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