The event, held over three days last week from 17-19 March, aimed to showcase the Jeep Renegade's versatility to guests, including journalists from the UK automotive press.
The vehicle has been designed for people who are young at heart and want to get the most out of life and is expected to be particularly popular with mountain bikers, snowboarders and other outdoor enthusiasts.
Damien Dally, head of brand at Jeep and Chrysler said: "Jeep has designed a fabulous off-road course that makes full use of the grounds at Winton. Most importantly, it has been very well-received by our guests from the media."
James Maynard, general manager at Winton House, added: "We’ve constructed a technical, off-road course in woodland close to the house to try out the 4x4s on demanding terrain. Visitors have been testing their driving skills on steep, slippery slopes, across water features and even over piles of logs."
Winton House hosts a range of entertaining and challenging activities in the gardens and grounds. It is now planing on running other 4x4 events using the new course.
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