New and Used Jeep Compass: Prices, Photos, Reviews, Specs – The Car Connection

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The Jeep Compass is a smaller SUV in the lineup that isn’t the car you’d expect from the It shares its underpinnings with the Patriot.

For a more detailed at the Compass, see the full review of the Jeep Compass .

The chunky, awkwardly styled five-door was new for the 2007 model derived from the former Caliber hatchback. Being a the hatchback Compass had to be offered all-wheel drive, making it a off-roader. But its Jeep modern didn’t really gel, and a powertrain, a disliked continuously-variable (CVT), and its grim, cheap gave it very limited

The concept on which the Compass is dates all the way back to 2002, but it was launched five years the concept’s V-6 had given way to a transversely-mounted engine–two of them, in fact, remain in the Compass to date. the larger 2.4-liter, 172-horsepower nor the smaller 158-hp, 2.0-liter is particularly quick.

Energetic drivers will get acceleration with the five-speed gearbox, but the CVT available through the model year drained the out of the engine while amplifying its rough feel. For 2014, a six-speed automatic was substituted for the There’s an all-wheel-drive option, it adds more weight and than it may be worth.

There may be a Jeep seven-bar grille up but the Compass neither looks nor like the rest of the Jeep Things improved somewhat in when the entire front end was to turn the Compass from its own into what looked nothing so much as a mini-version of the Grand Cherokee–at least the front. For the sake of cost it even used the larger headlamp and light units.

It also gained much-improved materials and smoother, simplified trims.

Jeep Compass

Along with the of improvements the Compass received for it also got the Patriot’s Trail Freedom Drive II system, gives this vehicle a of off-road ability that’s in small crossovers.

The five-seat Compass wins for good head room and leg room. The seats themselves are but the cabin feels spacious. The seats also fold flat to expose a larger hold.

Chrysler’s also more sound insulation the years, which gives the Compass crossovers a slightly cabin.

Handling, however, is a spot; the Compass is very and steers most of the time the accuracy and precision of a small car riding pretty well.

Standard safety features on the Compass include side airbags, Brake Traction a driver-controlled three-mode Electronic Program (ESP), Brake Electronic Roll Mitigation, and Brake System (ABS) rough-road detection. Jeep active head restraints for covering both the driver and the passenger. Front-seat -mounted airbags are optional, and later of the Compass come with electronic stability control.

The has a few neat standard features, rear load-bay speakers drop down from the tailgate to turn the car into a of mobile stereo. Its very options list includes connectivity, Sirius Satellite 18-inch wheels, all-terrain a moonroof, and an upgraded audio with six-disc CD changer. A start system and an automatic control system are now also

The Compass continued into and 2013 essentially unchanged, changes for the 2014 Jeep including a new front-end look and the new automatic. Chrysler parent had planned to axe the aging model, but now keep it in the lineup until a replacement can be made for both it and the

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