There's no denying that Fiat had a big role in diluting the Jeep Compass with Fiat underpinnings when Fiat Chrysler used to be a thing. The dilution continues under the Stellantis umbrella with the Avenger, a small crossover that North America won't get because it's based on a PSA platform.
Currently at odds with the United Auto Workers over the CEO's record pay and recent layoffs in North America, the folks at Stellantis build the Avenger in Poland on the same assembly line as the Alfa Romeo Junior and Fiat 600. The smallest Jeep of them all entered series production in January 2023, three months after Stellantis revealed the Avenger 4x4 Concept at the Paris Motor Show.
The show car is an electric affair through and through, whereas the production model is a 48-volt mild hybrid with two electric drive units and a 1.2L three-cylinder turbo under the hood. Our spy photographers have recently captured the latter, which is due later this year as the Avenger 4xe.

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