Jeep Avenger

The first full electric vehicle from Jeep is ready to put on a show.

Design – The vehicle features a design very similar to its “siblings,” the Compass and Renegade. It borrows the interior volumes from the former and skillfully blends them with the compact dimensions of the latter. The design is very square, making it excellent for urban situations and off-road driving.

Powertrains – The Avenger will be available with two powertrain options: a traditional combustion engine and an electric motor. Originally conceived as a full electric vehicle, it will also be produced with a 100 hp gasoline engine, although the company states that production will be limited. The electric version will be equipped with a 54 kWh battery, providing a power output of over 156 hp, approximately 115 kW. Its range is estimated to be around 400 km in the WLTP mixed cycle, while in urban driving conditions, a total of 550 km is expected.

Chassis – Based on the CMP platform, there are no major differences between the electric and traditional versions. The combustion engine version comes with a 6-speed manual gearbox, along with the “Selec-Terrain” driving mode selector. It offers six driving modes to provide maximum performance and comfort inside the cabin. Additionally, the vehicle is equipped with underbody plates to reduce damage in the event of low-speed impacts.

Interiors – The interiors are functional and spacious, featuring a prominent 10.25″ central screen on the dashboard that serves for infotainment and vehicle control functions. For the driver, there are two options for the instrument panel, with 7-inch and 10.25-inch variants. Comfort and spaciousness are at the top of its category, with a large trunk capacity of over 380 liters, and its low loading height of 720 mm makes it easily accessible for a vehicle in its class.

Trims – There are 3 versions available with gasoline engines (Longitude, Altitude, and Summit). As for the electric version, there are also 3 variants (Longitude, Altitude and Summit).