Jeep’s first ever battery electric vehicle, the Avenger, has been confirmed for Australia, with the new model set to arrive next year. The compact SUV spearheads the introduction of a portfolio of capable EVs.
The Jeep Avenger features a unique combination of capability, style, functionality, and technology, and has been designed to offer 360-degree protection, including shock protection lighting and colour-moulded skid plates.
Designed for urban and off road environments, it has a range of up to 550km in the city, and 400km when being used as an adventure vehicle. Standard fast charging mode allows 30km of power in three minutes, and charging to 80 per cent in 24 minutes.
It has a roomy and versatile interior, comfortably fitting five people and luggage, with 34-litres of interior storage, the equivalent of a carry-on bag. The 1.0-m wide, square-shaped trunk is also spacious and extremely versatile.
The Jeep Avenger’s all-terrain and all-weather capability translate into fun and safety, with a full range of driver assistance features that includes blind spot monitoring, and autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist protection.
Automatic parking and a 180-degree rear camera with drone view are also included. Designed for connectivity, a 10.25-inch Uconnect infotainment system, combined with a full digital cluster (in two variants – 7.0 and 10.25-inch) will be standard.
The Jeep Avenger will arrive in Australian showrooms in the second half of 2024. For more information, and to register your interest visit https://www.jeep.com.au/avenger.html – pricing and specifications will be announced closer to launch.