The Jeep Avengerwhich won the title “Car of the Year 2023” in Europehe’s got exceeded 40,000 sales for many months at Old Epirus. About two weeks ago Jeep “endowed” it with a mild hybrid version (eHybrid) and on Wednesday (29/11) he presented the its first renewalin view of her new year (MY24)!
What changes in model year 2024 compared to the existing one? According to Stellantis, the new Avenger adds improvements in the field of comfortwith elements such as Open-Air Sky roof for even greater driving pleasure, but also the Powered Driver Seat with massage function and leather materials, which offers greater support.
“We are very proud of her success of the Jeep Avenger in Europe, with more than 40,000 orders already registered. Now we have strengthened our offerwith a full range of engines and new standard and optional equipment items such as the ‘Open-Air Sky Roof’, to reinforce the freedom-of-choice element of Jeep’s DNA”pointed out the head of the brand in Europe, Eric Laforge.
The Avenger retains the familiar drivetrains. THE purely electric version with their 400V electric motor 156 PS and 260 Nmwhich offers combined range of 400 km and up to 600 km in an urban cycle and recovers a range of 30 km in just 3 minutes, if connected to a similar fast charger.
THE eHybrid version is based on him 3-cylinder turbo petrol engine 1.2 L of 100 PS and 205 Nm and comes with a performance electric motor 29 PS and 55 Nmwhile it is available exclusively with the 6-speed dual clutch transmission, which incorporates the electric motor. The powertrain is designed to deliver maximum fuel economy while infecting with 15% less CO2 the environment, compared to conventional engines equipped with an automatic transmission.
Finally, the purely thermal version she has him in her “heart”. 1.2 L petrol engine of 100 PS at 5,500 rpm and the torque of 205 Nm at 1,750 rpm, while it is combined with 6-speed manual transmission.
According to Stellantis, in the new Avenger MY24 customer feedback was listened to, resulting in a simplified range of versions, with a selection of features and components that meet their expectations. THE relative “rationality” it also comes down to the price part, as well as it specifically mentions in its announcement, “for example the 100% electric version will benefit from a price reduction which can reach up to €2,000 compared to MY23 for the same equipment levels”.
THE Longitude edition of the new Avenger features externally 16 inch alloy wheels, handles in body color and gray, stylish aprons. Inside, the dashboard is black, the p7-inch instrument panel speakerthe infotainment screen 10,25while the driver has at his disposal, among other things, cruise controlemergency braking system, traffic sign recognition, lane keeping systemdriver monitoring system, descent control system, rear parking sensors and electric parking brake. In the electric version you also find automatic air conditioning systembut also keyless entry.
At the equipment level Altitude there are extras 17-inch alloy wheelssilver aprons, premium cloth seats, adjustable height “floor” in the luggage compartment, synthetic leather steering wheeladaptive cruise control and 10.25-inch fully digital instrument cluster;.
Finally, the edition Summit has 18-inch alloy wheelsfull LED lighting bodies front-rear, interior lighting of various colors, keyless entry and engine startsmartphone inductive charging, blind spot detection, 180 degree reversing camera360 degree parking sensors, electrically folding mirrors and power tailgate. In the electric and hybrid version there is a system Level 2 Autonomous Driving.
It is worth noting that the purely thermal version it will be available, in all markets, across trim levels Longitude and Altitude.
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