Currently, the new Jeep Avenger is making a successful tour of German Jeep dealership showrooms. Select Jeep dealers can give consumers an early look at the first all-electric SUV from the storied conventional brand, even before the demonstration vehicles arrive.
The Avenger Private Preview Tour has attracted nearly 2,000 people across 25 different Jeep locations. Thirty brand-new Jeep Avengers were sold in the showroom during the preview event, and almost two hundred more were preordered.
The Jeep Avenger tour has been extended till February 26 because of the overwhelming response it has received from the public. The Jeep dealerships can open their doors to even more potential buyers. Jeep's first battery electric vehicle (BEV) won European Car of the Year 2023. It's the first vehicle from the manufacturer to win this award in the competition's 60-year history.
The Jeep Avenger's debut in Europe heralds the start of the next chapter of electrification for the Jeep brand, which will introduce four fully electric vehicles by 2025. By 2030, every Jeep sold in Europe will be an electric model.
The new Jeep Avenger targets active people who want a vehicle with compact dimensions and the latest technology and is placed in the rapidly expanding B-SUV market, the second largest segment in Europe.
The new Jeep Avenger has an all-electric range of over 550 kilometers (up to 400 on the combined WLTP cycle). An all-new electric powertrain includes a 54 kWh battery and a 400 V electric motor producing 115 kW and 260 Nm of peak torque.
More than 8,000 units, including more than 1,800 in Germany, have sold in less than three months after the reserve option for the unique, well-equipped Jeep Avenger 1st Edition was launched, and all other versions can now also be booked.
The Jeep Avenger's affordable cost facilitates the transition to driving an EV. The Jeep Avenger may be yours for as low as 37,000 euros in Germany. @via Jeep.