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These observant and thorough Spanish car reviewers uncovered something very distressing about the new Jeep Renegade during their test drives: when braking at speeds in excess of 45 miles per hour, the rear of the car goes completely airborne. This phenomenon seems to hold true for both the 1.6-liter and 2.0-liter engine models as well. And as you’ll see in the “moose test” video below, it doesn’t handle sudden lane changes very well either. So far, neither the Fiat Group of America or Europe have commented on this discovery, but one thing is for certain, that is definitely a problem of imbalanced weight distribution.