Jeep Avenger SUV: The Jeep Avenger was recently unveiled for international markets as part of Stellantis Group’s plans to launch 100 vehicles by 2030. The Jeep Avenger will be the company’s smallest SUV. Both ICE and all-electric versions will be offered.
Jeep Avenger reservations have started in European markets.
Delivery is expected to start in the first half of 2023. Although the SUV seems like a good choice for the Indian market, its introduction is yet to be confirmed. The C3 engine will power the Jeep Avenger The 1.2 liter turbocharged petrol engine of the Citroën C3 sold in India will power the Jeep Avenger in order to reduce development and production costs.
The engine produces 190 Nm of peak torque at 1,750 rpm and 110 PS of peak power at 5,500 rpm. The engine is only available in India with a 6-speed manual transmission. An automatic option could be offered for the Jeep Avenger. The C3’s 1.2-litre engine has a fuel consumption rating of 19.44 km per litre.
Avenger has an FWD setup and runs on the CMP platform. It features Jeep’s Selec-Terrain system, which includes Eco, Normal, Mud, Sport and Snow drive modes. Considering that the Avenger SUV is only about 4.1 meters long, one can expect thrilling performance and nimble handling. Creta and Seltos, for example, are about 4.3 meters long in contrast.
Two or four electric motors will be present in the electric variant of the Jeep Avenger. The maximum power is 156 HP. High-end cars will be equipped with an eAWD system. According to WLTP standards, the range is 340 miles, or about 550 kilometers.
SUV load range
Actual range, however, will change depending on driving conditions. With 100kWh DC fast charging, 80% charge of the Jeep Avenger eSUV can be achieved in just 30 minutes. If you think 30 minutes is a bit excessive, the Avenger EV can recharge 18 miles (29 km) in just 3 minutes. This will allow you to quickly return home, to work or elsewhere.
Features of the Jeep Avenger
The ICE and all-electric versions of the Jeep Avenger will largely share the same looks and features. With a slatted grille, stylish top-mounted LED DRLs, thick bumper, skid plate, visible wheel arches, 18-inch two-tone alloy wheels, thick body cladding and grab handles. rear door mounted on the C-pillar, the SUV has a sporty look.
The SUV’s hands-free power tailgate, sporty X-shaped taillights and spoiler are located at the rear. The Jeep Avenger features two 10.25-inch panels in its premium interiors, which feature a full digital interface. It features leatherette seats, a sleek two-tone dashboard, wireless charging, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.