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Jeep® Europe Opens Up Ordering For Entire 2023 Jeep Avenger Lineup

Four New Trim Levels - Avenger, Longitude, Altitude, and Summit Are Now Available

Building on the success of the exclusive 1st Edition, the full-equipped launched version which received over 10,000 reservation online, Jeep® Europe has announced that its have now made the entire lineup of the Avenger (JJ) available for ordering. The Avenger is the Jeep brand’s first battery-electric vehicle (BEV) SUV.

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The 2023 Jeep Avenger is available in four trim-levels (Avenger, Longitude, Altitude, and Summit) – which are packed with features and easily configurable thanks to a simple and intuitive lineup strategy. The entry trim already offers plenty of capability, technology, and connectivity, with an electric fuel range of up to 400 kilometers (249 miles) in the WLTP cycle and more than 550 kilometers (311 miles) in the city.

The simple and fast charge mode guarantees 30 kilometers (19 miles) of travel distance in just three minutes of charging.

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The Jeep Avenger, which ushers in the brand’s portfolio of new electric, battery-powered vehicles in Europe, combines capability, style, functionality, and technology to satisfy the needs of the modern customer. To ensure a simple and intuitive customer experience, the entire range has been designed to reduce the level of complexity in the customer’s choices: there are four trims, 7 body colors, and up to maximum 5 packs to customize an Avenger to one’s specific needs.

All trims available on the Avenger are well equipped, starting with the entry level, and are as follows:

  • Avenger – The Jeep Avenger in its most pure form. The model includes 16-inch black wheels and full-LED headlights. Equipped with the latest technology in terms of security and capability, it boasts of cruise control and lane keep assist, and comes standard with a 10.25-inch radio and 7-inch full digital cluster. Moreover, the electric version provides automatic A/C, Hill descent control, Selec-Terrain, and the Connected Services.
  • Longitude – It provides additional style accents like 16-inch alloy wheels, body color door handles and gray skid plates. Hill Descent Control and Selec-Terrain®, which guarantee Jeep’s trademark capability, and the Connected Services come standard to provide a modern and constantly connected driving experience. On the electric version, the Longitude also offers rear parking sensors.
  • Altitude – A trim which combines superior elegance and comfort and provides 17-inch alloy wheels, silver skid plates, and premium cloth and vinyl seats perfectly matching the dedicated silver dashboard fascia and interior silver accents. Rear parking sensors, a 10.25-inch digital instrument panel, and power liftgate all come standard. The EV version also adds handsfree power liftgate and passive entry.
  • Summit – The top-of-the-line Jeep Avenger includes 18-inch alloy wheels, full LED headlights and taillights, handsfree power liftgate and passive entry. Plus, the cabin provides unmatched style and comfort thanks to its multicolored ambient light, yellow dashboard fascia, and wireless charger. The Summit trim offers state-of-the-art technology with Level 2 autonomous drive, 360° parking sensors and rear camera with top drone-like view.

The Avenger is available in 7 colors each inspired by the Jeep world of adventure, freedom, and nature: three pastels (Snow, Volcano, and Ruby) 4 metallic colors (Sun, Lake, Granite, and Stone), and a tone-tone livery with a Volcano-colored roof on upper trim levels.

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Lastly, for the Longitude, Altitude and Summit trims, up to five different packs are available which make it possible to further customize one’s new Avenger with exclusive accessories. A simple and modular offer which provides 4 levels of personalization: Infotainment & Functionality, Driver assistance, Style, and Comfort.

In order to be easily identifiable by the customer, each pack has its own specific and unique characteristics – in line with the range’s intuitive and consumer-centric lineup strategy.

On the Longitude and Altitude trims, the Tech & Style pack include among others a rear back up camera, adaptive cruise control, auto dimming rearview mirror and automatic high beams, privacy glass and LED fog lamps, while the Infotainment & Convenience pack offers wireless smartphone charger, 2nd row USB type C, Mopar storage compartment mats and central tunnel Pad Cover, and Traffic sign information. Finally, the Winter Pack include heated windshield, heated seats and moquette front and rear floor mats.

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On the Summit trim, the ADAS pack offers Level 2 autonomous driving, 360° parking sensors, blind spot monitoring and auto dimming rearview mirror. The LED & Style pack provides LED headlamps projector, LED rear lights, welcome/leaving lighting animation and ambient lighting. The Infotainment & Convenience pack include, in addition to the other, a rear camera.

The new Avenger is the first front-wheel drive Jeep vehicle equipped standard with Selec-Terrain® and Hill Descent Control, which, together with 200 mm (7.87 inches) of ground clearance, 20° of approach angle, and 32° of departure angle, make it a vehicle with unexpected off-road capability to the segment. Furthermore, its ground clearance and technical angles offer a safe driving experience in the city and ensure maximum protection in all weather conditions and on all surfaces.

Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only a Co-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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The prices in Portugal for the Avenger are just completely ridiculous.
Price starts at 37,800€ for the lowest equipment level and the most expensive at 42,800€.
For a B-SUV. For comparisons sake, a LPG Dacia Duster starts at 18,550€.

And you know what's interesting? Tesla just announced they dropped the price of the Model 3 in Portugal by 10,000€ to an entry price of 45,000€. The Model 3 is a midsize car, two segments above the Avenger.
They need to re-calculate the obscene price of this SUV.

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What are the prices of the Avenger's other platform cousins from Stellantis?

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B-SUVs and B-hatchbacks from Stellantis:
Opel Mokka-e - 39,865€
Opel Corsa-e - 33,375€
Peugeot e-208 - 32,150€
Peugeot e-2008 - 32,470€
Citroen e-C4 - 37,607€

Fiat 500e 42kWh - 26,800€
Nissan Leaf 60kWh - 33,350€
MG 4 - 30,540€
VW ID3 - 38,652€

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EU car of the year gets a premium....

Ad buy :D :D

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Go for a top spec Jeep Avenger with a 54kWh battery or pay 2,000€ more for a Tesla Model 3 with a 57.5kWh battery and a much bigger range. Mmmmmm.

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