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The 2017 Jeep Compass is here and with more features, better looks, and more capabilities than ever before. If you are looking for a spacious, affordable, and capable SUV, the Compass is a very valid option for you. Read on to learn more about the different trim levels, style features, safety and entertainment technology, price and more.
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The all-new Compass model comes with four different trim options. The trims include (in order from base to highest level) the Sport, Latitude, Trailhawk and Limited models. The differences between the trim levels depend on interior and exterior standard features, mechanical features, technology, and more.
There is only one engine on 2017 Compass lineup. The engine is a 2.4-liter I4 MultiAir engine. There is also the option to add an engine start/stop feature. The 2.4L engine produces 180 horsepower and 175 lb-ft of torque, which is plenty of power for your off-road adventures. For an off-road capable vehicle, the Compass is also more fuel efficient than you think. The Compass gets 22 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway.
As with any Jeep, if a buyer wants to add more features, that is totally possible. Many exterior and interior style and convenience features are available (many of which are standard on the higher up trim levels including the Limited and Trailhawk.) Leather seats, premium cloth seats, and red stitching interior accents are available. On the exterior, you can add features like larger wheels (17, 18 or 19-inches), off-road tires, and a MySky sunroof panel.
The style of the 2017 Compass has major changes from previous models (in a good way!). Picture a merge between the Jeep Renegade and Cherokee and it’s pretty close to the Compass. It is built on a stretched out platform of the Cherokee and it looks great. Features like cloth bucket seats, 60/40 folding seats, and manual 6-way driver and passenger seats can be found even in the base model for comfort and convenience. On the outside of the Compass, standard features include 16-inch black steel wheels, BSW all-season tires, and halogen quad headlamps come standard and add to the aggressive style.
Technology including both safety and entertainment is abundant in the new Compass. Whether you stick with the base features, or add more, the Compass has what seems like endless amounts of new technology. Safety features such as advanced multistage airbags, electronic roll mitigation, electronic stability control, hill start assist, a ParkView backup camera, and more come standard even on the base model.
Stay entertained when stuck in traffic with the entertainment features standard in the Compass. Features including a six-speaker audio system, a 5-inch touchscreen with the UConnect 5.0 system, and a media hub with USB and AUX plugins come standard even in the base Sport model.
Just like with style, there are always additional options for your Compass. The Compass is available with entertainment the UConnect 8.4 system with an 8.4-inch touchscreen, SiriusXM radio capability, HD radio and a Bose premium audio system are available depending on trim. Safety options like hill descent control and a security alarm are available for those looking for additional safety.
The price of the Compass varies depending on trim, but starts at just $20,995 for the base trim, the 2017 Jeep Compass Sport.
Warranties include a three-year or 36,000-mile basic warranty and a five-year or 60,000-mile powertrain warranty.