Jeep Avenger: Opening of orders for the electric SUV
The first version of Jeep’s electric model, the Avenger 1st Edition, is priced at $39,500.
When the Avenger was presented at the Paris Motor Show, Jeep launched “pre-reservations”, a step that allowed interested customers to come forward to be given priority on orders. And now this time, the order books are open.
The order can be placed at Jeep distributors. The first deliveries are expected from the second quarter of 2023.
The career of the Avenger begins with a unique launch variant, the 1st Edition. The model has a block of 115 kW, or 156 hp. With this finish, we have 18-inch rims. Jeep announces a range of 392 km according to the WLTP combined cycle.
The equipment is complete. There is a two-tone silhouette as standard, LED headlights/fog lights, electric and heated mirrors, 10.25-inch digital instrumentation, 10.25-inch touch screen, hands-free access/starting, front seats heaters, 360° parking sensors, 180° reversing camera, electric tailgate, semi-autonomous driving assistance, autonomous emergency braking with detection of pedestrians and cyclists, blind spot monitoring. The 11 kW three-phase on-board charger is standard.
The price of this version is $39,500, without taking the bonus into account. The introductory offer includes a gift of $400, either for the installation of a charging station at home, or in public charging credit.
More affordable finishes will be available in 2023, with an expected entry ticket of between $30,000 and $35,000.
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