FIRST GLANCE – Jeep Avenger – All Jeep and All Electric ! | 4K

The Avenger is the first all electric . Jeep DNA runs deep through this cars and trucks style, from the 7 element grill to the off-road capabilities. The is powered by a 156hp 260Nm electrical motor on the front axel. It has a 54kWh battery with a WLTP variety of 250 miles with as much as 340 miles in urban driving. I can support DC charging up to 100kw with 20-80% charge taking just 24 minutes.

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Video Contents
00:00 – Introduction
00:19 – Jeep Heritage
00:59 – Hidden Easter Eggs!
01:53 – External Styling
04:12 – Boot and Charging
05:07 – Rear Guest Convenience
06:09 – Cockpit Styling and Performance
09:16 – Last Impressions

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27 responses to “FIRST GLANCE – Jeep Avenger – All Jeep and All Electric ! | 4K”

  1. Andrew Dent Avatar
    Andrew Dent

    It’s not a bad looking car, but I’m unsure that the range will be as much as what they are stating.

  2. Jamie Pickles Avatar
    Jamie Pickles

    The New Model looks great. The Interior looks smart as well

  3. John S14a Avatar
    John S14a

    It’s a good looking vehicle, hope they do well with it. Great review Ped.

    1. Petrol Ped Avatar
      Petrol Ped

      You and me both!

  4. Tristan Bird Avatar
    Tristan Bird

    Good evening,petrol ped, I have to say your videos are absolutely brilliant and I thoroughly enjoy them. Very informative all the information you need just fantastic thank you so much. Have a wonderful weekend

    1. Petrol Ped Avatar
      Petrol Ped

      Thanks mate 👍

  5. Brian Griffiths Avatar
    Brian Griffiths

    Two EV reviews in one day – excellent!

    1. Petrol Ped Avatar
      Petrol Ped

      Glad you like them!

  6. Darren Hughes Avatar
    Darren Hughes

    When I first saw the pictures of this Avenger, I thought it look great especially in this yellow/gold colour. Let’s all hope it drives as well as it looks considering it’s a Vauxhall Mokka underneath.

  7. Chris Cuthbertson Avatar
    Chris Cuthbertson

    It’s amazing that the Abarth 500e is £2K more than this.

    1. Petrol Ped Avatar
      Petrol Ped

      I know 😳

  8. Steve Mitchell Avatar
    Steve Mitchell

    Love that new Jeep be interesting to see how it compares to the mustang mach e when you get to test drive it.

    1. Petrol Ped Avatar
      Petrol Ped

      For sure!

  9. Steve Mitchell Avatar
    Steve Mitchell

    Love that new Jeep be interesting to see how it compares to the mustang mach e when you get to test drive it.

  10. Colton Cleveringa Avatar
    Colton Cleveringa

    Definitely a cool color! Very nice of Jeep to try a electric Jeep. The avenger name use to be a dodge car. Kinda neat to see the name used again

    1. Petrol Ped Avatar
      Petrol Ped

      Very cool

  11. Leif Andersen Avatar
    Leif Andersen

    It all about the range ! Which is the most important about a EV car .

  12. LazzaBoyMan Avatar

    One thing that’s been bugging me for a while is the storing of the cables in the false floor. Yes it’s useful but only if the boot isn’t full which for longer journeys it might well be. I’m hoping an EV manufacturer will work out how to include cable storage that doesn’t eat into front or rear storage space.

  13. Richard Traut Avatar
    Richard Traut

    For an Electric smaller SUV Jeep has done a fantastic job of keeping the car looking sleek, modern, and like a petrol car, not going like some manufacturers down the road of “oh look it`s Electric filled in wheels, odd shapes, etc ” instead of nice alloy design etc great car well-done Jeep .thanks Pete.

  14. john trinick Avatar
    john trinick

    I’m afraid for me it’s a jeep in name only. I’m sure it’s a very good car in its own right. Seems to fit nowadays, though, as it was born an EV but identifies as a 4×4!🤔

  15. David Dobbs Avatar
    David Dobbs

    2WD. No way. When they bring out a 4WD model, let me know.

  16. csapie Avatar

    Very interesting car and a great presentation as always! Did it recently won car of the year?

  17. Mika Davies Avatar
    Mika Davies

    Stellantis are smashing it…!! Jeep, Fiat Abarth, Peugeot, Citroën, Vauxhall all have individual small family cars in the £32k yo £38k range… All of their cars look way more interesting than the lacklustre VW range!

    1. George Daville Avatar
      George Daville

      Pity we aren’t making more Stellantis models in the Uk. We really need to get our act together and get some Giga Factories built. We have been talking about them for years, and this week our first major one planned for the NE he collapsed through lack of investment! This looks to be a lovely car , but is more an urban cruiser than an off road vehicle. Should sell well with the brand! 😎🇺🇸👍

  18. Dickie Mcvitie Avatar
    Dickie Mcvitie

    Those small attention to details are really nice. I do have one question….. Does it have a noise box on the back as well..??? 😄

  19. Philip Parkes Avatar
    Philip Parkes

    Hi Ped
    Second quality video this evening. Well done.👏 Jeep have retained the heritage if the brand thank heavens, with some new touches for the EV age. However as you may have gathered, despite the progress of manufacturers in addressing the forced age of EV’s, the politicians who have imposed this upon us have not succeeded in addressing the infrastructure & energy crisis which we now face.😥 whilst I will watch with interest future developments, I am not in the market.

  20. The_Lost_Navigator Avatar

    The front corner looks like a new defender, and rear pillar looks like a discovery!
    But I do like it, just hope it’s more reliable than the Landrovers.
    Being front wheel drive, I wonder if better regeneration ability will add to its range (the front wheels come under more load under braking). 2wd EVs are often criticised for being front wheel drive, but it makes for better regen.
    The big winner for me is the underbody and bumper clearance, similar to my yeti. I drive a lot of rural roads and negotiate uneven gravel ‘car parks’, which I see regularly damage lower vehicles.

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