There are two separate, removable top options available for the 2015 Jeep Renegade. Known as “My Sky,” these removable panels have a power option and are built to be removed by one person. Made out of a similar plastic that’s used in the “Freedom Top” hardtop for the Wrangler, each My Sky panel weighs about 10 lbs.
My Sky manual panels are available across the 2015 Jeep Renegade line, with the power-retractable My Sky available in all but the basic Sport model.
Each panel is about the same size in diameter (about the size of a giant pizza box) and about a half-inch thick. A soft particle/insulation-like material acts like a traditional headliner, encapsulating insulation and a sound-deadening barrier.
The panels remove the same way on Renegades equipped with both versions of My Sky. The difference is, the power option allows the front panel over the driver and front passenger to slide back with the push of a button, rather than simply being removed.
Rear passengers in both configurations have a manually removing roof.
To remove the My Sky roof panels, a special key (it looks like a star or hex head key) is needed to unlock the panels from the inside of the Jeep Renegade. Once unlocked, a large handle can be pulled down releasing the roof panel. One the panel is free, a large pizza-delivery-looking bag is available to hold the panels. Once both panels are placed in the bag, it can be stored securely under the rear cargo floor panel.
As of the time of this writing, there is no word on pricing for the My Sky options.
For more information on the 2015 Jeep Renegade, check out this TFLcar sneak preview video!