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There’s no shortage of famous models within the Jeep lineup. From the Wrangler to the Grand Cherokee, you can close your eyes, pick a Jeep SUV at random, and it will have a devote following near Worcester, Auburn, and Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. The Jeep Compass is no exception. This is a reliable, enjoyable SUV you can drive every day. So, how has the model evolved over time? Our 2022 Jeep Compass review will fill you in about the latest iteration.
You’ll also find the Jeep Compass in our inventory at Harr Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram (CDJR) in case you want to take a test run!
The easy-going nature of the Jeep Compass has a lot to do with the silky-smooth engine under the hood. Power comes easy and linearly. And just in case you wanted to bring along a trailer or a small boat, Jeep gave it sturdy capability.
The single motor across the trim lineup is a 2.4L MultiAir® arrangement making 177 horsepower and 172 lb-ft of torque. According to EPA estimates, you can expect 31 MPG on the highway.
And with your Compass properly equipped, the maximum towing capacity reaches a hefty 2,000 pounds.
No matter which Jeep model you drive or the trim level you select, you can always venture off-road with confidence. The 2022 Compass isn’t quite a Wrangler in terms of go-anywhere prowess, but it’s certainly no slouch.
Much of its capability comes from the Selec-Terrain® Traction Management System. This arrangement is standard on the Trailhawk trim and comes with the following drive modes:
You can easily move through these modes with the use of a toggle next to the shifter. You’ve also got the benefit of Jeep® Active Drive Low 4X4 system, which allows for such impressive feats as a 20:1 crawl ratio.
There’s assuredly a Jeep Compass that will fit your lifestyle. The reason it’s so easy to customize this SUV is because Jeep has created a long list of trim options.
The first four trims are:
The Trailhawk is the most adventurous trim. It comes after the Limited and in addition to the listed off-roading features in the prior section, it also touts premium cloth and leather-trimmed bucket seats.
The remaining trims include the stylish Red option and the loaded High Altitude, which flaunts a 10.25-inch touchscreen, a dual-pane panoramic sunroof, and combination LED taillamps and fog lamps.
From the looks and the capability to the various trim options, the Jeep Compass is an all-around charming vehicle. If it makes the short list for your next vehicle, consider contacting our Harr CDJR team. We’ll be happy to get you behind the wheel of your favorite trim. Once you see how the model behaves on the roads of Worcester, Auburn, or Shrewsbury, MA, you can decide if it’s right for you.