All Jeep showrooms in Italy are open on Saturdays and Sundays to meet the needs of Italian drivers interested in the Jeep SUV line, which is moving toward zero-emission freedom. It will be a chance to learn more about the range of 4x4 Plug-In Hybrid SUVs, which will be Italy's best-selling LEVs (low-emission vehicles) in 2021 and 2022, as well as the Jeep Renegade and Jeep Compass e-hybrids, which give customers a new way to get into the electrified Jeep range.
The flow to dealerships is also helped by state incentives, which apply to the Jeep Renegade, the Jeep Compass, and the new Jeep Avenger, the first Jeep SUV that runs on 100% electric power. The Jeep Renegade 4xe and Jeep Compass 4xe are two examples of cars that emit between 21 and 60 grams of CO2 per kilometer. The contribution for these cars is 2,000 euros, which goes up to 4,000 euros if they are scrapped. Many Renegade e-hybrid and Compass e-hybrid models, as well as some with diesel engines, are covered by the government incentive and get a 2,000-euro contribution when they are scrapped. The Jeep Compass e-hybrid in the Longitude setup is offered at a special price of 249 euros per month, which includes two years of maintenance and two years of extended warranty.
The electric Jeep Avenger has CO2 emissions between 0 and 20 grams per kilometer. The subsidy is 3,000 euros, up to 5,000 euros if the car is scrapped. On the other hand, the gasoline version gets a 2,000-euro contribution if it is ever discarded.