Compelling Reasons to Drive a Jeep Compass Today

Picking an automobile feels a lot like currently being down to your last arrow in archery. It truly is possible to hit the bull’s eye in one particular go, but doubt comes creeping in because there looks to be a thousand ways to miss the mark and get it all wrong. Acquiring a car is by no means an straightforward job, irrespective of how several occasions you have accomplished it. If doubts continue to rain on your car-acquiring parade, you may possibly want to take into account receiving a Jeep Compass to be on the secure side.

The Jeep Compass is a crossover SUV which is created in a Sport and Restricted model. It was initial launched in 2007 and has been mostly marketed to SUV owners who often drive on paved roads. But in 2011, the Jeep Compass acquired the “Trail Rated” badge which signifies that it passed the off road testing by the Nevada Automotive Test Center (NATC), providing it high ratings for traction, ground clearance, maneuverability, off street articulation, and water fording. If you doubt the prowess of the Jeep Compass, you will be shocked that it is known for substantial specs like engine capabilities, fuel efficiency, and dimensions.

Whilst conventional jeeps are recognized to have a tiny cab, the Jeep Compass is breaking stereotypes. Compass models are usually 173.4 inches long, 69.three inches broad, 65.two inches tall, with a ground clearance of eight.1 inches. They can also provide seating for 5 men and women, providing 54.six inches of shoulder room and 52.three inches of hip area.

When it comes to engine energy, the Jeep Compass will not cause you to frown.

Compass Sport models have a 4-cylinder, 2 liter, 158 horsepower engine whilst Compass Restricted has a 2.four liter and 172 horsepower V-6 engine. Each have an common of five,000 rpm—thus offering an exceptional driving experience.

 

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24 thoughts on “Compelling Reasons to Drive a Jeep Compass Today

  1. the worst car ever owned. Got it due to snow here in MN but this Jeep has seen the dealer more than it’s owner . Due to having alot of CVT problems and engine hesitating feeling like is going to shut off. Then speakers went out(fixed), and now having suspension system problems. Can’t wait till October to trade-in.

  2. I live in Regensburg, Germany and the equivalent price of $8.70 a gallon doesn’t stop me from driving a 3.7 liter Jeep Liberty V6 :)
    

  3. The security company I work for rented one of these Patriots for transporting employees during the blizzard in early February. Even though it almost never got stuck in the snow, the power felt weak, meaning I struggled on some snow covered roads. As it comes to grip and power, my 2004 Durango Hemi 4X4 is much better in the snow.

  4. Have a look at the gasoline prices in Europe and you´ll understand why we prefer something different than v6 or v8.

  5. the transmission on the 2007-present Jeep Patriot/ Jeep Liberty (Russia)
    Transmission
    5-speed manual
    6-speed manual (EU)
    CVT

  6. Jeep Patriots are usless garbage and Chrysler is one of the shittiest collection of low life scumbags I have ever had the misfortune of dealing with. Run for your life unless you buy a Rubicon for cash.

  7. I’m going to spare you the time. Don’t buy a Patriot previous to 2011. I say this because this is before the redesign. The first generation models had undersized brakes, and undersized suspension. You warp brake rotors fast, and you wear out the suspension quickly. The reason being because the car is based off the Dodge caliber which is a much smaller car. 2011 and up it was redesigned with bigger brakes and better suspension.

  8. Comfortable…check Safety features….check… Can haul some stuff… check. Cheap…check… lots of horsepower and great fuel economy , check check check!

  9. the engine on the 2007-present Jeep Patriot
    Engine
    2.4 L GEMA I4
    2.0 L GEMA I4
    2.0 L diesel I4 (Europe and Australia only)
    2.2 L diesel I4 (Europe and Australia only)

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