Jeep’s first electric model is finally revealed, here’s its range and price

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We already knew its design, now its technical sheet is revealed. The Jeep Avenger is officially presented on the occasion of the opening of the Paris Motor Show, Monday, October 17, 2022. The Parisian motor show allows the American manufacturer to present the first electric model in its history.

At 4.08 meters long, this first electric Jeep has a typical look for the brand’s models, with the famous seven-slot grille. Slightly curved, its function is to protect the headlights in the event of an impact. The Avenger’s design is also marked by domed fenders, trapezoidal wheel arches, 18-inch rims and even a floating C-pillar. X-shaped, the style of the taillights is inspired by a jerry can.

Significant autonomy in the city

Jeep Avenger (2022)photo credit – Jeep

On the technical side, we now know that the Jeep Avenger is based on a 400V architecture, and that it has a 156 horsepower (115 kW) electric motor for 260 Nm of torque. This engine is associated with a 54 kWh battery, which provides a range of 400 kilometers in the combined cycle, or even 550 kilometers in the urban cycle according to the WLTP protocol data.

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Three minutes to recover 30 kilometers

Jeep Avenger (2022)photo credit – Jeep

Charging of the new Jeep Avenger can be done with alternating current (AC) of 11 kW, or with direct current (DC) of 100 kW. According to Jeep, this type of connection allows you to recover 30 kilometers of autonomy in three minutes, while it is possible to go from 20 to 80% charge in 24 minutes.

A panel full of screens

Jeep Avenger (2022)photo credit – Jeep

On board this electric urban SUV, the presentation is inspired by that of the Jeep Wrangler. The panel includes a horizontal strip with air vents, a 10.25-inch Uconnect touchscreen and ambient lighting. A 7 or 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, depending on the version, is also present. The cabin also has electrically adjustable leather seats, 34 liters of storage in the front and a 380-liter trunk.

The Avenger is full of driving aids

Jeep Avenger (2022)photo credit – Jeep

In terms of driving aids, this Jeep Avenger has a level 2 autonomous driving system, which includes adaptive cruise control, lane keeping and traffic jam assist. The electric SUV is able to read and interpret traffic signs. It is also equipped with autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection, drowsiness detector, lane departure alert with correction, blind spot monitoring, as well as 360-degree parking radars and a reversing camera with drone vision.

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Jeep Avenger (2022)photo credit – Jeep

Even though this Jeep Avenger is clearly not an all-terrain vehicle, the electric SUV should be able to handle the beaten path. It is equipped with Selec-Terrain and Hill Descent Control riding modes to maximize your maneuverability and traction on surfaces such as snow, mud or even sand. The Avenger’s ground clearance is up to 20 centimeters.

The price of electric Jeep Avenger in LLD

Jeep Avenger (2022)photo credit – Jeep

The Jeep Avenger is produced at the Stellantis factory in Tychy, Poland. For its launch, the electric SUV is marketed in a special series called 1st Edition. It is available with a long-term rental offer (LLD) of more than 24 months or 20,000 kilometers, the monthly payment of which reaches €249 in France, excluding the first rent of €3,500 and after deducting an ecological bonus of €6,000. as well as a €2,500 conversion bonus.

5 questions about the first electric Jeep

Jeep Avenger (2022)photo credit – Jeep

What power for the first electric Jeep?

Based on a 400V architecture, the Jeep Avenger is equipped with a 115 kW electric motor, or 156 horsepower. The torque of this electric SUV is fixed at 260 Nm. Jeep does not specify the performance of this model at the time of writing these lines.

What is the range of the Jeep Avenger?

With its 54 kWh lithium-ion battery, the new Jeep Avenger has an electric range of 400 kilometers on a combined cycle, according to WLTP protocol certification data. In urban areas, this range is further increased to 550 kilometers.

How long does it take to recharge?

Charging the Jeep Avenger is possible with alternating current (AC) of 11 kW, or direct current (DC) of 100 kW. According to Jeep, it is possible to recover 30 kilometers of autonomy in three minutes with this type of connection. The manufacturer also advertises that it is possible to go from 20 to 80% charge in 24 minutes.

What equipment is available on board this model?

On the dashboard of the Jeep Avenger is a 10.25-inch Uconnect touchscreen that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, ambient lighting, but also a 7-inch or 10.25-inch instrument cluster. The cabin is equipped with electrically adjustable leather massage seats. It also includes driving aids such as level 2 autonomous driving, dashboard recognition or even autonomous emergency braking.

What is the price of this electric SUV?

Jeep has not yet communicated all prices for this Avenger, but it does announce that the launch version – called Avenger 1st Edtion – is available with a long-term rental agreement (LLD) at €249 per month. This LLD lasts for 24 months or 20,000 kilometers and requires an initial contribution of €3,500. The price is calculated after deducting a €2,500 conversion premium and a €6,000 ecological bonus.

in short

After stealthily showing off its design, Jeep’s first electric model is revealed in full. Called the Avenger, this urban SUV measuring 4.08 meters in length takes the opportunity to formalize its technical file. The Avenger is therefore based on a 400V architecture and features a 156 horsepower electric motor for 260 Nm of torque. The car has a range of between 400 and 550 kilometers thanks to its 54 kWh battery. This same battery can be recharged with alternating current (AC) of 11 kW or direct current (DC) of 100 kW, in order to recover 30 kilometers of autonomy in three minutes. According to Jeep, it is also possible to go from 20 to 80 percent load in 24 minutes. The cabin has a 10.25-inch touchscreen and a 7-inch or 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, depending on the version. The Jeep Avenger finally benefits from a Level 2 autonomous driving system, among other driving aids. His price? €249 per month in a long-term lease (LLD) with a 24-month contract or 20,000 kilometers, initial contribution of €3,500 and deduction of the ecological bonus of €6,000, as well as the conversion bonus of €2,500. This price applies to the 1st Edition release version.

Quentin Gueroult

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