The 2025 Jeep Avenger will arrive as the brand’s first electric vehicle (EV) in Australia in the final months of 2024, with pricing to make it one of the 10 cheapest battery-powered vehicles on sale.

    Due between October and December, the Jeep Avenger will start from $53,990 before on-road costs in base Longitude guise – undercutting the Peugeot e-2008 which it shares its platform by $6000.

    There are two better-equipped Avengers on offer in the Limited, priced at $57,990 before on-roads, and flagship Summit, priced at $63,990 before on-roads, though all examples feature the same single-motor front-wheel drive powertrain.

    Jeep claims a driving range of 396km for the Avenger, which can be charged at up to 100kW using a DC fast charger, providing a 20 to 80 per cent charge in 24 minutes.

    Deliveries of the 2025 Jeep Avenger are due to begin in the fourth quarter of 2024.


    The Avenger will be offered in three variants.

    • 2025 Jeep Avenger Longitude: $53,990
    • 2025 Jeep Avenger Limited: $57,990
    • 2025 Jeep Avenger Summit: $63,990

    Prices above exclude on-road costs.


    The Jeep Avenger is powered by a front-mounted electric motor, producing 115kW of power and 260Nm of torque.

    While there is a turbo-petrol version of the Jeep Avenger sold overseas, the electric powertrain is the only offering to be confirmed for Australia.


    Jeep claims the Avenger can achieve 396km of driving range under the WLTP cycle, courtesy of its 51kWh usable lithium-ion battery pack.

    Mode 2 home charging is capped at 1.8kW, Mode 3 charging can be completed at up to 11kW and DC fast charging is available at up to 100kW – the latter of which results in a 20 to 80 per cent charge in as little as 24 minutes.


    The Jeep Avenger measures 4084mm long, 1776mm long, and 1528mm tall on a 2560mm wheelbase.

    Despite being a front-wheel drive city car, Jeep claims the Avenger has 200mm of ground clearance, a 20 degree approach and breakover angle, and 32 degree departure angle.

    The Avenger has a kerb weight of 1520kg, making it one of the lightest electric vehicles on sale in Australia.

    Its boot boasts 380 litres of storage space, which is added to the 34 litre capacity in its ‘frunk’.

    Servicing and Warranty

    Jeep is yet to confirm service intervals and pricing for the Avenger. It has also not yet confirmed local warranty coverage, though all Australian-delivered models are covered by a five-year, 100,000km warranty.


    The Jeep Avenger is yet to receive a safety rating from ANCAP or its European counterpart Euro NCAP.

    Safety equipment included across the range includes:

    • Autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection
    • Adaptive cruise control
    • Lane centring
    • Lane-keep assist
    • Traffic jam assist
    • Driver fatigue detection
    • Blind-spot monitoring
    • Rear parking sensors (front and side as well in Limited and above)
    • Reversing camera with dynamic guide lines
    • Traffic sign recognition (Limited and above only)

    Standard Equipment

    There are three trim levels available.

    The Jeep Avenger Longitude is equipped with:

    • 17-inch silver gloss alloy wheels
    • Automatic high-beam
    • ‘Digital Jane’ pattern cloth seat
    • TechnoLeather steering wheel
    • Six-way manual driver seat adjustment
    • Four-way passenger seat adjustment
    • 7.0-inch digital instrument cluster
    • 10.25-inch infotainment display
    • Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
    • Heat pump
    • Keyless start
    • Frameless auto dimming mirror
    • Hill descent control
    • Selec-Terrain
    • Electronic parking brake
    • Jeep Connected Services
    • 7kW AC onboard charger
    • Semi-autonomous parking assist

    The Jeep Avenger Limited adds:

    • ‘Robin’ cloth and TechnoLeather Seats
    • 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster
    • Wireless charging pad
    • Second-row USB ports
    • Height-adjustable cargo floor
    • Hands-free power tailgate
    • Passive entry
    • 11kW AC onboard charger

    The flagship Summit gains:

    • 18-inch diamond cut alloy wheels
    • LED projector headlamps
    • LED tail lights
    • LED fog lights with cornering function
    • Gloss black seven-slot grille
    • Bi-colour roof
    • Sunroof
    • Leather-accented seats
    • Six-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with two-way power lumbar support and massage function
    • Six-way manually adjustable passenger seat
    • Heated front seats
    • Heated windshield
    • Privacy glass


    The Jeep Avenger Latitude and Limited are available in a choice of eight exterior colours, with all single-colour finishes bar Ruby incurring a $990 premium, while the two-tone Snow with Volcano black roof costs an extra $495.

    Below is the full list of colours:

    • Ruby (red)
    • Snow (white)
    • Volcano (black)
    • Granite (silver)
    • Sun (yellow)
    • Lake (turquoise)
    • Stone (silver/beige)
    • Snow with Volcano roof (two-tone)

    Avenger Summits can only be ordered in five colours, all of which are two-tone with Volcano black roofs. Ruby continues as the only no-cost finish, with the remaining four costing $990:

    • Ruby (red)
    • Granite (silver)
    • Sun (yellow)
    • Lake (turquoise)
    • Stone (silver/beige)

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    Jordan Mulach

    Born and raised in Canberra, Jordan has worked as a full-time automotive journalist since 2021, being one of the most-published automotive news writers in Australia before joining CarExpert in 2024.

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