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Jeep Avenger

Jeep Avenger is an all-electric crossover with a WLTP range of up to 404 km (251 miles). EVKX.net has all the details.

Jeep Avenger

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Performance

The Jeep Avenger offers modest performance with a maximum power of 115 kW (156 hp / 154 bhp) and a total torque of 260 Nm (192 lb-ft). It accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph) in 9 seconds and has a top speed of 150 km/h (93 mph), aligning more closely with traditional internal combustion engine vehicles.

Battery, range, and charging

The high-capacity battery has a gross capacity of 54 kWh and a net usable capacity of 50,8 kWh, providing an 3,2 kWh buffer (5.9%) for battery protection. With a nominal voltage of 377 volts, the system is classified as a 400-volt battery system, aligning with industry standards. This Lithium-Ion battery utilizes NMC (Nickel Manganese Cobalt) technology.

Under the WLTP (Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure) standard, the vehicle’s range varies between 404 to 385 km (251-239 miles), depending on the specific configuration and options, such as wheel size. Larger wheels, for instance, can increase energy consumption and subsequently reduce the overall range. The vehicle’s energy consumption is rated at 12.6 kWh/100 km for the base model and 13.2 kWh/100 km for the top-tier model under the WLTP test cycle. For more details about the range, see real-world data and range listing on this model’s range and consumption page.

The vehicle supports fast DC charging with a maximum power of 100 kW. Charging from 0% to 100% takes approximately 53 minutes, while a more typical charging scenario from 10% to 80% takes 28 minutes with an average charging speed at 75 kW. Considering an additional 5 minutes for each charging stop due to driving interruptions, the optimal charging range is from 2% to 61%. This results in an effective charging speed, including time lost, of 69 kW, with each charging session taking about 26 minutes and 10 seconds..

In a theoretical 1000 km challenge, starting with a full battery and maintaining a constant speed of 120 km/h (75 mph) under ideal conditions with an assumed consumption rate of 22.0 kWh/100 km, the trip would take approximately 10 hours and 49 minutes. This journey would require six charging stops from 2% to 58%, with a total charging time of 149 minutes.

Onboard charger

The onboard charger supports up to 11 kW for Level 1 and Level 2 AC charging. This allows you to fully charge the battery from 0 to 100% in approximately 4 hours and 37 minutes using a home charging setup.

Charge port

The location of the charge port is on the left rear side. This location makes it easy to use charge stations where you need to back up into the charger. Connector types vary by market: this model uses CCS Combo 1 in North America and CCS Combo 2 in Europe. For complete specifications for all markets, refer to the full specifications.

Drivetrain

Jeep Avenger features an all-wheel drive system powered by two motors, one on each axle.

The front suspension is MacPherson Strut, and the rear suspension is Torsion Beam. The standard suspension includes steel springs and hydraulic dampers. The suspension has a fixed height and damping. The ground clearance with this suspension is 200 mm.

Brakes

Regenerative braking is available in two modes. You can use one-pedal driving or you can coast and use the blended brakes to regen.

Exterior

You can choose between 5 different paint colors when ordering this model. Additionally, you can choose between 5 wheels with sizes from 17 to 18 inches.

The car has four regular doors and a liftgate.

There is only one roof for this model.

You can order the car with tinted windows from B-pillar and back.

Jeep Avenger

Interior

The seat layout is the traditional five seats with two in front and three in the rear.

First row seats

Only one front seat type is available in the Jeep Avenger.

The following functionalities are available on the standard seat.

You can choose from 4 different materials/colors for this seat type.

Second-row seat

The second row has a standard three-seat bench with a 60:40 split where you can fold each section separately to increase the cargo space. In addition, the following functionalities are available.

There is only one type of steering wheel available.

Climate system

There is one climate system available. This model has a heat pump as standard. This heat pump can save significant energy that the EV would use for heating in cold weather.

Comfort

Jeep Avenger has several features to make your life as a driver or passenger more comfortable.

Keyless entry allows access to the car without needing to find the key. As long you bring it with you, the doors open.

Keyless go makes it possible to start the car without using the key.

User interface and control

The screen behind the steering wheel integrated into the dashboard is 10.3 inches large. The touch screen on the dashboard’s center is 10.3 inches large. A head-up display is a standard system that presents speed and other important driver information in front of the driver on the windshield.

Jeep Avenger

Infotainment

One type of sound system is available for the Jeep Avenger. With the , you get NULL speakers with a max system output of watts.

In addition, with the standard in-car navigation system, you get the help you need to find your destination. Furthermore, the Jeep Avenger supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. This functionality allows you to present your phone’s screen in the car’s screen so you can run apps like Google Maps or Waze.

Lights

The standard headlights use LED Matrix technology. LED Matrix is an adaptive system that splits the traditional single headlight beam into dozens of smaller rays that the light controller can turn on and off individually to un-light small areas in front. In addition, the standard taillights use LED technology.

Jeep Avenger

Advanced driver assistance systems

The Jeep Avenger has several standard and optional advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) for better safety and comfort.

Safety systems

The Jeep Avenger has an anti-lock braking system (ABS) as a standard system. This system helps to prevent a vehicle’s wheels from locking up during braking.

The Jeep Avenger has a lane-keeping assist as a standard system. This system helps to prevent the car from getting out of its lane. In addition, it has a lane departure warning system that warns the driver if the vehicle leaves the driving lane.

The Jeep Avenger has automatic emergency braking as a standard system. This system helps prevent or mitigate collisions by applying the brakes autonomously if the driver fails to react to an impending collision.

Driving Automation

The Jeep Avenger offers driving automation on level 1, depending on the equipment level.

With the DS Drive Assist level 1 system, you get the following driving automation features.

Cargo Capacity and Towing Ability

The cargo capacity in the trunk is 355 liters. With the rear seat down, it is 1050 liters. The maxium weight of the car is 2025 kg (4464 lbs), and with the base weight of 1520 kg (3351 lbs), you can max load 505 kg (1113 lbs), including driver and passengers. Some options can increase the base weight and reduce the maximum loading weight.

This model is not available with a towbar. So, to pull a trailer, you must look at other models.

Jeep Avenger

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