The Jeep Compass is a roomy compact SUV. It’s known across Worcester, Auburn, and Shrewsbury, MA, for its off-road capabilities and its legendary Jeep performance. It’s also, however, incredibly roomy for its size, with attractive and advanced technology interfaces and a well-appointed cabin.
Harr Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram (CDJR) is pleased to offer you this review and breakdown of the Jeep Compass interior to help you with your research.
2022 Jeep Compass Interior Comfort
The cabin is surprisingly comfortable for a compact SUV. The seats are well-cushioned, while at the same time being fully supportive. So, even on long rides, you’ll stay comfortable. The controls on the dash are easy to reach and intuitive to navigate, so you won’t have to look away from the road to use them.
The materials are high quality, while the optional heated front seats and steering wheel are a nice touch for the cold winter months. If you want to treat the second-row passengers, you can opt for heated seats in that row too.
Technology is key to an modern vehicle. The available 10.1-inch touchscreen interface in the Compass offers graphics that are crisp and clear as well as menus that are easy to navigate and access. You also get standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration at every trim level, so the familiarity of your smartphone interface will be with you every step of the way.
The interface also offers impressive voice controls, with refined AI that allows you to control the climate settings and send text messages by voice. This AI is the Uconnect® 5 system developed in-house at Jeep.
In addition, the Compass comes with a wide array of driver aid and assist technology and active intelligent safety features. From the standard Active Lane Management and Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Path Detection to Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking, these features work together to help keep you safe on the roads—like having an AI copilot. There are also parking sensors to give you more confidence in a crowded lot.
Jeep Compass Interior Passenger and Storage Space
The cargo volume is respectable in this class. You have 27.2 cubic feet of cargo space behind the back seat. With the seats folded down, this space expands to 59.8 cubic feet. In addition, there are plenty of cubby holes and pockets for small-item storage in the doors, in the center console between the front seats, and in the large glove box.
In terms of passenger space, there’s 39.2 inches of headroom and 41.8 inches of legroom in the front seat. In the back seat, you’ll have 38.5 inches of headroom and 38.3 inches of legroom—enough for average-sized adults to sit comfortably.
Step Into the 2022 Jeep Compass Interior Today!
If you’re ready to see the Jeep Compass interior for yourself, Harr CDJR is here to help. Stop in and ask for a test drive around Shrewsbury, Worcester, and Auburn, Massachusetts, today.
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