Jeep Australia has confirmed the all-new Jeep Avenger, the brand’s first-ever battery electric vehicle (BEV), will be coming to Australia in 2024. 

The compact Jeep Avenger spearheads the introduction of a portfolio of capable, fully electric vehicles, and is a key component in a global electrification strategy as the brand moves towards becoming the world leader in zero exhaust emission SUVs and is produced in the highly efficient Stellantis plant in Tychy, Poland. 

The Jeep Avenger is an appealing choice for those who are looking for a zero-exhaust emission alternative from the Jeep brand. Designed and built as a Jeep vehicle from day one, the Avenger packs the Jeep DNA into a compact SUV with a unique combination of capability, style, functionality, and technology to satisfy the needs of ever-connected customers. 

“The Jeep Avenger represents a key milestone for the Jeep brand, our first zero exhaust emission SUV,” said Michael Filazzola, Jeep Australia Managing Director. 

“A compact SUV, the Avenger will provide a new entry point to the Jeep range while adding another level of electrification to our offering in Australia and represents a further step in the Jeep brand’s evolution,” Filazzola continued. 

Jeep Avenger
Jeep Avenger

Jeep Avenger has been designed to offer 360-degree protection and full freedom of movement. Its 360-degrees shock protection encased protected lights and colour-moulded skid plates make it the ideal travel companion in urban and off-road driving. 

At 4.08 meters the Jeep Avenger is the most compact Jeep but offers a roomy and versatile interior comfortably fitting five people and luggage. The interior continues Jeep’s “design to function” premise offering 34 litres of interior storage, the equivalent of a carry-on bag while the 1 meter-wide, square-shaped trunk is also spacious and extremely versatile. 

Jeep Avenger offers zero exhaust emissions and 100% adventure and passion with an electric range of up to 400km WLTP and up to 550km in town to really go anywhere. Standard fast charging mode allows to recharge 30 km (average daily need) in three minutes and go from 20 to 80 percent in 24 minutes. 

The Jeep Avenger’s all-terrain and all-weather capability translates into fun and safety and leads in the B-SUV segment in both respects. A complete series of safety and ADAS features which provide level-2 driving autonomy include: Blind Spot Monitoring, Autonomous Emergency Braking with Vulnerable Road Users (pedestrian and cyclist) protection, automatic parking and 180-degree rear camera with drone view. 

Jeep Avenger
Jeep Avenger

Designed for the “always connected” drivers, the new Jeep Avenger ensures a great digital on-board experience with a 10.25-inch radio screen Uconnect Infotainment combined with full digital cluster available in two variants (7 and 10.25 inches) coming as standard. 

The Jeep Avenger will arrive in Australian showrooms in the second half of 2024.

Pricing and specifications will be announced closer to launch. 

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