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Jeep Compass Review

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Written by Tim Barnes-Clay

The Compass has a bunch of attributes that includes 4×4 off-road capability as well as contemporary and authentic Jeep design.

In Britain, the SUV offers petrol and diesel engines for different powertrain combinations and four configurations: Longitude, Night Eagle, Limited, and Trailhawk – which gives trail-rated 4×4 traction.

Having driven the Limited 4×4 Multiair-II model with automatic transmission, we reckon the Compass is a compelling proposition. Why? Because it delivers a comfortable, commanding on-the-road ride for five-up, and houses an array of safety technologies.

What’s more, you’re assured of a connected driving experience off the beaten track.

Fast Facts – Jeep Compass Limited 4×4 1.4 Multiair-II 170:

  • Max speed: 124 mph
  • 0-62 mph: 9.5 seconds
  • Combined mpg: 30.4
  • Engine: 1,368cc, four-cylinder turbo petrol
  • Max. power (PS): 170
  • CO2: 210 g/km
  • Price: £34,150

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