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Why You Must Consider The Jeep Compass

Looking for comfort, performance and durability from a light-duty compact crossover, try the new Jeep Compass. It’s surprisingly comfortable and has the quality engineering and performance people expect from Jeep. The new Jeep Compass rivals any other compact crossover on the road today. Jeep entered the light-duty compact crossover genre when it debuted the Compass in 2007. Now the 2018 model gives it a whole new level of comfort and sophistication..

The Ford Escape, Volkswagen Tiguan, Hyundai Tucson and Kia Sportage, were considered the top compact crossovers. The 2018 Jeep Compass aims to change that. With its 184 horsepower 2.4 liter, four-cylinder engine and nine-speed automatic transmission, the Compass delivers solid torque and excellent gas mileage. Plus it has the Jeep tough-as-nails terrain bashing rugged spirit and an interior and ride that’s so comfortable you won’t even notice the bumpy terrain. The most difficult about the 2018 Jeep Compass is waiting until November to get one.

The redesigned Compass borrows some key elements from the rugged Jeep Renegade. But the 2018 Compass on a longer wheelbase, so it’s larger and has a much more spacious cabin. Still, the new Compass employs Jeep’s traditional design ethos, so it has rugged good-looks that makes the completion look soft by comparison. Whether you opt for the Compass in the hard-core Trailhawk version, luxo-laden Limited spec, Sport or Longitude, you’re in for an exciting experience. To enjoy that exciting experience, come down to Chapman Chrysler Jeep and take a Jeep Compass for a spin.

When it comes to off-roading, the Trailhawk-spec Compass with its ground clearance of 216 millimeters, good approach and departure angles and Jeep’s Selec-­Terrain system with full-time four-wheel-drive and auto, snow, sand, mud, and rock modes, leaves the competition in the dust. The Compass Trailhawk even has a steel skid plate that’s 3mm-thick to protect the undercarriage when off-roading. The Trailhawk also has hill-descent control as well as Jeep Active Drive Low, which provides a 20:1 crawl ratio. It all combines to give the new Compass Trailhawk excellent wheel articulation capability and ample all-terrain ability.

On paved roads the Compass has a well-damped ride, quiet, effortless cruising, is tactile and enjoyable on winding roads and its torque vectoring system gives it grippy, composed handling on heavily-rutted gravel tracks. And the vehicle can comfortably hum along at between 120-to-140kph. The 2018 Jeep Compass features improved cabin ambience. The layout is clean and uncluttered with lots of soft-touch materials throughout. There are spacious rear seats and generous luggage space whether the rear seats are upright or folded down.

The 2018 Compass has all of the technology the modern motorist needs. It starts with Jeep’s touch-screen infotainment system available in 7 or 8.4 inches. The new Compass also has Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and a Beats Premium Audio System featuring a 506-watt digital amplifier. There’s even a large dual-pane panoramic sunroof. The safety features include forward-collision warning, blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning and rear cross-path detection. Add automated park assist, six standard airbags and electronic stability control and it all makes the 2018 Jeep Compass the perfect compact crossover for today’s needs.

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