Jeep® Avenger Wins “Best Design Novelty of the Year” Award

Auto Motor und Sport Readers Gave The Subcompact Jeep 53% Of The Total Vote...

The European subcompact Jeep® Avenger (JJ) battery-electric vehicle (BEV) has been named the “Best Design Novelty of the Year 2023” by the discerning readers of Auto Motor und Sport Magazine. Garnering an impressive 53% of the votes in its category, the Avenger secured the coveted “autonis” design award in the fiercely competitive “Small SUV/Off-Road Vehicle” segment.

2024 Jeep® Avenger Summit BEV. (Jeep).

The Jeep Avenger BEV, equipped with a 115 kW (156 hp) electric motor, showcases its eco-friendly credentials with zero CO2 emissions, offering a combined power consumption of 15.9 – 15.4 kWh/100 km. Its impressive electric range of 390 – 400 kilometers (approximately 242 – 248 miles) makes it a standout choice for drivers seeking an emission-free urban commute or an adventurous road trip.

With 260 lb.-ft. of torque complementing its 156 horsepower, the Avenger BEV boasts a lively and responsive performance that is characteristic of the Jeep brand. Its dynamic electric powertrain, operating at 400 volts, ensures a spirited drive that combines power and efficiency seamlessly.

2024 Jeep® Avenger Summit BEV. (Jeep).

Luigi Saia, Head of Jeep® Germany, expressed his excitement about the recognition, stating, “The Jeep Avenger BEV was only launched this year and is already a star: With its all-electric drive and cool design, it inspires customers and is becoming an absolute bestseller. The ‘autonis’ prize for our compact city electric car underlines that this is exactly what is well received by readers and customers.”

Positioned in the fast-growing B-SUV segment, the Jeep Avenger BEV combines compact dimensions with ample space and storage options, appealing to active individuals seeking versatility without compromising on style. Designed and built with the quintessential Jeep DNA, the Avenger offers a unique blend of capabilities, functionality, and cutting-edge technology.

2024 Jeep® Avenger Summit BEV. (Jeep).

Notably, the Avenger BEV boasts an electric range of up to 400 kilometers in the combined WLTP cycle and an astonishing 550 kilometers (approximately 342 miles) in the WLTP city cycle, demonstrating its adaptability to various driving conditions and environments.

This recognition of the Jeep Avenger BEV’s design excellence marks the beginning of the next phase in the Jeep brand’s electrification journey. The brand is committed to producing four all-electric models by 2025, aiming to offer an exclusively all-electric lineup in Europe by the end of 2030.

2024 Jeep® Avenger Summit BEV. (Jeep).

The Jeep Avenger BEV has firmly established itself as a frontrunner in the electric SUV market, delivering a compelling combination of style, performance, and eco-consciousness.

Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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Electric vehicles are not, in and of themselves, bad things, they will play a role in providing transportation uses in the future. What muddies the waters is the heavy hand of government and environmental extremists dictating their all electric mandates. The Avenger is an innovative attractive and useful vehicle with a strong argument for the Jeep portfolio, but only for some, never ever everyone. I applauded Jeep for this technological and design achievement, wish them success with it, but caution the industry to follow the market and continue developing traditional powered vehicles long term. The green agenda is failing rapidly as more and more people learn of its treachery and deception, and the lack of science to support these cunning deceptions. Indeed, the green movement is on a ever accelerating path to extinction and those who have been coerced into their agenda will suffer the consequences. How long will Jeep build Avengers? I give them a decade and millions of dollars in loses as my best guess.

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Offer this vehicle as a PHEV and a 2.0 turbo model, then I'm interested. A pitiful amount of development has gone into NA engines in the past 15 year. A lot of us will not buy a BEV and promote slave labor in Africa and line the pockets of the Demoncrats. Chrysler is practically Dead to me.

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