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2022 Jeep Compass - Exterior and interior Details (Wondrous SUV)

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2022 Jeep Compass
Starting at: $27,615

Highs Handsome exterior design, packed with desirable modern tech, Trailhawk lives up to Jeep's off-road image.Lows Lethargic gas powertrain, can't tow as much as the Cherokee, poor value proposition.Verdict The Compass is attractive and elevated by Jeep cred, but it still suffers from a host of compromises.


The 2022 Jeep Compass is a compact crossover that enjoys the brand's rugged cachet and can be outfitted to actually excel off-road. It fills the space between the smaller Renegade and the slightly larger Cherokee and competes against alternatives such as the Mazda CX-5 and Toyota RAV4. While we've derided the Compass's unremarkable interior in the past, its cabin now has a fresher aesthetic with more modern features. Its apathetic four-cylinder gas engine is also a point of contention, but the possibility of a new plug-in hybrid would give the lineup a powertrain that's becoming more common in this segment. Of course, Jeep's image is based on getting off the beaten path, and the Trailhawk trim is the best equipped to accomplish that. The Cherokee may offer even more capability, but the 2022 Compass is arguably prettier and more affordable.

What's New for 2022?

For 2022, Jeep is giving the Compass lineup a host of updates that make it more desirable. Along with a revised front end that looks more upscale, its interior benefits from a new dashboard design and a new tablet-style touchscreen infotainment system with the latest Uconnect software. A new Latitude Lux trim is now available and comes standard with all-wheel drive, a leather interior, and the new larger touchscreen. The lineup could also add a plug-in hybrid that uses the 4xe (pronounced four by E) moniker.

Pricing and Which One to Buy
Sport: $27,615
Latitude: $29,280
Latitude Lux: $31,990
Limited: $33,790
Trailhawk: $34,015
(RED) Edition: $35,685
High Altitude: $36,385

We'd maximize the Compass's value by sticking with the base Sport model. Those who want all-wheel drive, which trades the standard six-speed automatic for a nine-speed, will spend an extra $1500. Along with the Cold Weather package (heated front seats and steering wheel, remote start, and more), we'd choose the Advance Safety and Safety and Security packages. The latter brings a mix of blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, automatic high-beams, and more.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance
The four-cylinder engine that powers every Compass is lethargic, and the optional nine-speed automatic transmission is slow to execute shifts. All front-wheel models are equipped with a six-speed automatic. Buyers who choose all-wheel drive will enjoy a variety of terrain-conquering drive modes. An automatic setting allows the car to direct torque to the wheels as it sees fit, while Snow, Sand, and Mud modes allow varying amounts of wheelslip for improved traction. Trailhawk models add a low "crawler" gear ratio and a Rock mode, which keeps the Compass in first gear and directs torque only to the wheels that can find grip. The Compass feels more agile than its tall, boxy profile would suggest, responding ably to inputs from the nicely weighted steering wheel. There is some lean during tight cornering, but overall the Compass feels well-controlled, solidly planted, and capable on the road. An off-road course we braved when we first drove the Compass revealed that it can hold its own at least over moderate obstacles, and we noticed nary a stumble from the all-wheel-drive system. The potential 4xe plug-in hybrid will offer an eco-friendly alternative to the regular gas-powered variants. However, we haven't driven or tested that version yet.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

With an attractive dashboard and improved features, the 2022 Compass looks to be an improvement versus the previous model year, which was plagued by nondescript styling and unremarkable interior materials. Plus, its interior is comfortable, functional, and has enough space for four adult passengers. The back seat is neither the largest nor the smallest of the crossovers in this diverse class. Its high seat bottoms in the back seat mean that passengers' legs are fully supported, and even long rides can be comfortable. Despite its boxy exterior and what at first appears to be competitive cargo volume, the Compass is not the roomiest of its set. It has enough luggage space for an airport run but long trips could be a squeeze. The rear seatbacks angle slightly upward when folded, and the last Compass we tested held only 17 carry-on suitcases with the seats stowed.
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alperenlive : Sahibine güle güle kullanmak nasip olsun inşaAllah, çok güzel araba
Pawan Singh : Tail light rectangular design is super.will it available in india same
Dominique Lamasine : J'adore
Rodrigo Deconto : Gosto de carro assim
CambreyGoG : C'est toujours aussi joli extérieurement, et bien amélioré intérieurement (ce qui n'était pas trop compliqué vu la médiocrité des modèles précédents). Mais malgré tout je déconseille fortement d'acheter le Compass, et Jeep en général.

Is the NEW 2022 Jeep Compass a better SUV worth BUYING?

The Compass gets some MAJOR updates from Jeep on 2022. The exterior receives a new front fascia, grill, wheels, lighting and rear bumper. The interior will blow you away with upgraded finishes and technology. Under the hood is a 2.4L inline-4 mated to a 9-speed automatic with 4x4 grip. Is the NEW 2022 Jeep Compass a better SUV worth BUYING?
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Connor James : They REALLY improved this Jeep! The exterior is spot on, and that interior looks like it’s light years ahead off the previous generation interior! I learned to drive in a Jeep, my first 4 vehicles where Jeeps, AND I’ve had a couple more after that. So to say I like jeeps is an understatement, and All these new 2022+ models have really pulled me back onto the brand!
Lyndon Griarte : Best looking Compass to date!! Can't wait to see the full production review. Great camera work, Lori!!
3636lk : Love the look of the Compass inside and out, wish they would of made the arm rest storage bigger with two layers like the Cherokee.
ScatPack Bob : Nice work under difficult conditions Keep ‘em coming!

I drove a ‘21 around for a couple of days and was impressed with the overall quality of this mini Jeep. Like the changes for ‘22. Should do well in their lineup.

A huge shout out to Lori, always making it all look great !
Fizzlederp’s Wizardly Wonders : Looks great. The power train seems underwhelming though so I hope they offer some other options.

2020 Jeep Cherokee vs Jeep Compass: Which One Should You Buy?

For a brand that prides itself on its SUV virtuosity, there’s a bit of a logjam at the core of Jeep’s lineup. That’s particularly true of the Cherokee and Compass, two not-so-different takes on small sport utilities. Both tout two rows of seats and good on-road comfort, competing directly with the likes of everything from the Chevrolet Equinox to the Subaru Forester – as well as with each other. Not much separates the pair dimensionally, especially on the inside, and they even look strikingly similar these days. But looks can be deceiving, and lining the pair up side by side reveals some surprising differences. #Jeep #JeepReview #JeepComparison

Read the full review on autoTRADER.ca:

Riyad Kalla : Went with an Overland Cherokee and 2.0L upgraded motor for mom and was very impressed with it. Motor gives it a lot of power perfect for the size and interior (especially the seats) were wonderful with a surprising amount of space in the back for a compact SUV. The ZF 9sp you can occasionally feel it shifting stupid but for the most part it seems like they tamed its stupidity.
William Towle : I just bought a 2020 compass trailhawk, it came with winter boots and so far I'm very happy with it. Only downside for me so far is visibility
JOSE LUIS : I have the cherokee 2. 4 4x4 with sunroof and the nappa leather seats . It's very comfortable for long rides and they did a great job with the suspension. The 4x4 system is really good. In mud and sand performs well. The drive is very smooth and silent the chassis does help
The Support : Very informative. I actually went with the Compass. CPO 2018 Compass Limited with 10,200 miles for $19,500. two tone paint, pano roof, 8.4 inforsystem, heated seats and S/wheel, remote start. Very roomy like you said. Absolutely love my Compass!
Lauren N : When he said $51,000 for a Cherokee I was like WTF?!?... that’s wrangler money, Then I realized they’re in Canada




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