Electric Excitement: 2024 Jeep Avenger Price and Specs

Pricing and specifications for Jeep Australia’s impending new small electric SUV, the Avenger, have been made public.

2024 Jeep Avenger: The 2024 Jeep Avenger is the first fully electric vehicle from the adventure-focused brand, and it starts at $53,990 before on-road expenses and state-based EV subsidies.

Three models will be available: the entry-level Longitude, the mid-range Limited (starting at $57,990), and the top-tier Summit (starting at $63,990).

All Arrive with the same 115kW/260Nm electric engine on the front axle and a 54kWh battery pack.

The new motor, which Jeep’s parent company Stellantis developed in a joint venture with Japan’s Nidec firm, is stated to be very efficient and produce a claimed energy usage of 15.6kWh/100km in the Avenger. It is also reported to have a driving range of up to 396km.

Jeep claims that the 2024 Jeep Avenger’s range has been increased by its emphasis on lightness, as the compact SUV weighs only 1520 kg, compared to the majority of EVs, which even in this class weigh more than two tonnes. 

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Although 60% of the 2024 Jeep Avenger’s components, according to Jeep, are exclusive to the brand, it shares its ‘e-CMP2’ platform with the Peugeot e-2008.

The Avenger is the first front-wheel drive car featuring the brand’s “Select-Terrain” and “Hill Decent Control” features, along with a 200mm ground clearance, 20-degree approach angle, and 32-degree departure angle, thus it also promises some of its trademark off-road capability.

Thanks to a 100kW DC fast-charging capacity, which allows for a 20–80% charge in 24 minutes, charging periods are short. 

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It’s interesting to note that Longitude’s standard model requires over eight hours to fully charge its AC battery (from 0% to 100%). This is because it only has a 7.0kW on-board inverter.

With its 11kW AC inverter, the higher grade Limited and Summit can be charged from 0% to 100% AC in about 5.5 hours.

17-inch alloy wheels, cloth seat trim, a leather-bound steering wheel, a 10.25-inch multimedia touchscreen, a 7.0-inch digital instrument cluster, push-start ignition, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, connected services, and the entire active safety suite are all standard on the base Longitude model. 

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The Limited also receives additional USB connections for the rear row, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster, fabric and synthetic leather seat upholstery, 17-inch wheels with a unique design, sat-nav,  traffic sign information, powered liftgate, keyless entry, heated rear vision mirrors with auto fold and puddle lights, surround parking sensors, and a cargo floor that can be raised or lowered.

Lastly, the highest specification Summit adds 18-inch wheels, synthetic leather seat trim, heated front seats, heated windscreen, tinted windows, heated windscreen massage function, LED headlights, taillights, and fog lamps, as well as gloss black exterior highlight trims with a black roof that contrasts with the black interior.

Australia will receive the first 2024 Jeep Avenger deliveries in late 2024. Looking ahead, its next electric vehicle appears to be the bigger Wagoneer S, which will introduce the new ‘STLA-Large’ platform and be the first to reveal Jeep and its parent company Stellantis.

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