About Jeep Compass
The Jeep Compass is now in its second generation. The first-generation Compass and Patriot were the company's first crossover SUVs. The second-generation Jeep Compass was introduced in Brazil in September 2016. The 2007 Jeep Compass does not offer the 3.7-liter Power Tech V6 engine from the Jeep Liberty, although the production Compass will retain design elements and some features from the concept. In addition, the production Compass will have four doors instead of the two-door concept. Jeep introduced the production version of the Compass at the 2006 North American International Auto Show in January. The first Compass was assembled on May 30, 2006. In 2011, Jeep redesigned the Compass to bring it closer to the Grand Cherokee without losing its identity. The 2011 Jeep Compass also features a revised suspension for improved handling. And it had a new cabin with more standard and optional equipment.
The 2011 Jeep Compass 70th Anniversary Special Edition offered a number of upgrades, special interior trim, badges, and wheels. It was only available in three body colors: Bronze Star, Bright Silver, and Black. The base model was front-wheel drive. The Compass Trail Rated model passed the same off-road tests as other Jeep vehicles for traction, ground clearance, handling, articulation, and water obstacle handling. The three main Compass models are the Sport, Latitude, and Limited. Sport is the base model. Features include 17-inch alloy wheels, AM/FM radio with CD player and four speakers, heating system, cloth seat upholstery, manual window adjustments, and manual door locks. Options include power windows and doors and a seven-speaker Boston Acoustics sound system.
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The Altitude edition has been available since 2012. Based on the Latitude, it features black-painted alloy wheels, leather seats, a sunroof. It also had a Boston Acoustics premium sound system with an external amplifier. The Altitude package was initially only available on the Jeep Grand Cherokee. But it was later extended to the Compass, Patriot, Wrangler, and Wrangler Unlimited. It was no longer available on all models except the Jeep Grand Cherokee. The second-generation Jeep Compass debuted in Brazil on September 27, 2016. Compass models for the North American market moved to Toluca, Mexico. The Compass was available in four trim levels and is based on the same platform as the Renegade.
Grand Cherokee design cues included integrated headlamps and a narrow grille with black trim. The Compass was differentiated from the Cherokee by its tailgate styling. Production of the first generation ended in early 2017. Production of the second generation began in North America in spring 2017. It was the first Jeep model assembled in India at Fiat's Ranjangaon plant in Maharashtra. The Special Edition model was available as a sportier base model. It featured black alloy wheels, blue exterior badging, Trailhawk-inspired design elements, and a blue interior. It was offered exclusively with AWD, a 2.4L I4 engine, and an automatic transmission. For 2021, the 80th Anniversary Edition is available with the Latitude package. It included exclusive exterior details and a number of optional features.