The Jeep Avenger is the latest model of the brand and at the same time the first fully electric Jeep. It is based on the same foundations as the DS 3, Opel Mokka Electric and Peugeot e-2008 and can only be ordered with an electric powertrain, unlike its stable mates. It also immediately receives the new, more economical electric motor from Stellantis, 156 hp strong and powered by a battery of 54 kWh, with which the Avenger achieves a driving range of 400 km according to the WLTP. The Avenger is also the only Jeep that you can’t get with four-wheel drive, although that may come in the future, as witnessed by the Avenger 4×4 Concept that was shown at the Paris Motor Show.
Slightly cheaper, slightly less equipment
But how much does that Avenger cost now? Well, originally you could order it as a 1st Edition with a starting price of 39,500 euros. In the meantime, the full range has been revealed. There are 4 different versions: Avenger, Longitude, Altitude and Summit as the top version. The cheapest Avenger has a starting price of 36,000 euros, the higher trim levels cost at least 37,500 euros, 39,500 euros and 42,500 euros respectively. This makes the Jeep Avenger a bit cheaper than the Opel Mokka Electric (39,648 euros), DS 3 E-Tense (40,000 euros) and the Peugeot e-2008 (38,883 euros) with which it shares its technology.
However, the basic equipment of his stable mates at Stellantis is more complete, because the Avenger only comes with 16-inch steel rims, an 11 kW on-board charger, a 10.25-inch infotainment system, automatic air conditioning and cruise control as standard. For alloy wheels, rear parking sensors and 6 speakers you have to be at the Longitude. The Altitude adds an electric boot lid, larger odometer display, larger rims and adaptive cruise control. The Summit has 18-inch wheels, semi-autonomous driving, a parking aid and a 360° camera. The first deliveries are expected in the second quarter of 2023. You will also be able to discover the Avenger at the Brussels Motor Show 2023 from January 14 to 22.