Jeep Compass

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2018 Jeep Compass

The Jeep Compass was all-new just last year, so there are only minor changes for 2018. You can now get a high-end Limited model in front-wheel drive (FWD), not just 4-wheel drive (4WD).

2017 Jeep Compass

Despite sharing a model year with the SUV it's replacing, the 2017 Jeep Compass is an all-new vehicle, built on the same basic underpinnings as the Jeep Renegade and Jeep Cherokee. With a new engine, significantly better interior, and much better features, it immediately goes from afterthought to top of mind.

2016 Jeep Compass

New for the 2016 Compass line is a Sport SE Package, which consists mainly of fancier trim and some minor convenience items. Added standard equipment includes Uconnect hands-free and SiriusXM Radio, and automatic headlights on the Latitude trim. Mojave Sand is a new color.

About Jeep Compass

All-new just last year, the Jeep Compass looks and feels significantly better than the vehicle it replaced. The new Compass has style, substance and impressive technology, all wrapped in a compact SUV form with a tempting starting price around $22,000. The 2018 Jeep Compass is something of a "tweener," slotting between the subcompact Renegade and the compact Cherokee, though style-wise it resembles the handsome Grand Cherokee flagship. The Compass is small enough to be easy to maneuver, but large enough to make its presence known and deliver a comfortable highway ride. The Compass isn't the most powerful compact SUV, but it upholds its Jeep credentials by being able to outperform rivals like the Nissan Rogue Sport and Hyundai Tucson when the pavement ends.

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