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Sister car to [[Jeep Patriot]], and the brand’s entry into small crossovers. Middle-of-the-road at launch, but outclassed by rivals. Second generation from 2017, based on a [[Fiat Punto]] platform.
  
'''Jeep Compass (MK49). 2007–17 (prod. over 92,473 sold to end of 2010). 5-door SUV. F/F, F/A, 1998, 2359 cm³ petrol (I4 DOHC).''' Sister car to [[Jeep Patriot]], taking the Jeep brand one step further in to passenger-car territory. Essentially an urban runabout with off-road pretensions, with Jeep targeting small crossover and first-time buyers. Quieter than Patriot, thanks to less boxy shape, and ride slightly better as well. Coarse four-cylinder engines. Cabin materials a small improvement on sister car, though dynamically, Compass finds itself in the middle of the pack. Still very roomy, but not a patch on other soft-roaders such as [[Toyota RAV4 (XA30)]]. Facelift for 2011.
 
  
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''Manufacturing location:'' Belvidere, Illinois, USA
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''Marque:'' [[Jeep]]
  
''Marque:'' [[Jeep]] | ''Model:'' [[Jeep Compass]] | ''Successor:'' [[Jeep Compass (MP)]]
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Revision as of 11:50, 11 November 2017

Sister car to Jeep Patriot, and the brand’s entry into small crossovers. Middle-of-the-road at launch, but outclassed by rivals. Second generation from 2017, based on a Fiat Punto platform.


Marque: Jeep





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