2020 Jeep Compass Trailhawk

$19,699
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Jeep Compass Details

engine
L4, 2.4L
color
White Clearcoat
drive
4WD
fuel
Gasoline
mileage
72,181 Miles
interior color
Ruby Red/Black
stock number
127532PE
VIN
3C4NJDDB1LT127532
seats
Cloth and leather
trim
Trailhawk

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About This 2020 Jeep Compass

Vehicle Details
Get ready to hit the trails in style with this incredible 2020 Jeep Compass Trailhawk! With an impressive 4WD system and a powerful L4, 2.4L engine, this compact SUV is ready to take on any adventure you throw its way. Step inside and you'll be greeted by luxurious leather seats, ensuring you ride in comfort and style. Stay connected on-the-go with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, allowing you to easily access your favorite apps and music while keeping your eyes on the road. But that's not all - this Jeep Compass is also equipped with hands-free Bluetooth technology, so you can make calls and send texts without ever taking your hands off the wheel. And with automatic climate control, you'll always stay at the perfect temperature no matter where your journey takes you. With only 72181 miles on the odometer, this Jeep Compass Trailhawk is just getting started. Don't miss your chance to own this incredible vehicle - come take it for a test drive today and experience the thrill of driving a truly exceptional SUV!

Equipment
This vehicle offers Android Auto for seamless smartphone integration. The Jeep Compass offers Automatic Climate Control for personalized comfort. See what's behind you with the back up camera on the Jeep Compass. The leather seats in this small suv are a must for buyers looking for comfort, durability, and style. The Jeep Compass features a hands-free Bluetooth phone system. Apple CarPlay: Seamless smartphone integration for this small suv - stay connected and entertained on the go! Maintaining a stable interior temperature in this 2020 Jeep Compass is easy with the climate control system. This unit has a L4, 2.4L high output engine. This 2020 Jeep Compass embodies class and sophistication with its refined white exterior. This model has four wheel drive capabilities. This small suv is equipped with a gasoline engine. The Jeep Compass has fog lights for all weather conditions. This model has an automatic transmission. Easily set your speed in the Jeep Compass with a state of the art cruise control system. Increase or decrease velocity with the touch of a button.

Packages
Quick Order Package 2GE. **Equipment listed is based on original vehicle build and subject to change. Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling the dealer prior to purchase.**

Features & Options

  • Quick Order Package 2GE
  • Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smart device mirroring
  • Uconnect w/Bluetooth handsfree wireless device connectivity
  • Cloth and leather front seat upholstery
  • Driver seat with 6-way directional controls
  • Front passenger seat with 6-way directional controls
  • 2 USB ports
  • 8.4 inch primary LCD display
  • ParkView rear mounted camera
  • Brake assist system
  • Cruise control with steering wheel mounted controls
  • Primary monitor touchscreen
  • Part and full-time 4WD
  • 2.4L I-4 variable valve control
  • regular unleaded
  • engine with 180HP
  • Smart key with hands-free access and push button start
  • Bluetooth wireless audio streaming
  • Dual-zone front climate control
  • Immobilizer
  • Multi-level cargo floor
  • Uconnect external memory control
  • Digital/analog instrumentation display
  • Electronic stability control system with anti-roll
  • Hill descent control
  • Hill start assist
  • Automatic climate control
  • Front cornering lights
  • Front fog lights
  • Leather and metal-look steering wheel
  • Manual rear child safety door locks
  • Illuminated front beverage holders
  • Heated driver and passenger side door mirrors
  • Manual tilting steering wheel
  • Manual telescopic steering wheel
  • Auto stop-start engine
  • Capless fuel filler
  • 17 x 6.5-inch front and rear polished w/painted accents aluminum wheels
  • P215/65SR17 AS BSW front and rear tires
  • 7 airbags
  • Driver front impact airbag
  • Seat mounted side impact driver airbag
  • Curtain first and second-row overhead airbags
  • Passenger front impact airbag
  • Seat mounted side impact front passenger airbag
  • Airbag occupancy sensor
  • Driver side knee airbag
  • Auto-locking doors
  • Selectable mode transmission
  • Cloth and leather rear seat upholstery
  • Cabin air filter
  • Rear under seat climate control ducts
  • Rear console climate control ducts
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2020 Jeep Compass Trailhawk Review

Small SUVs are a dime a dozen but try and find one that can really get after it when the pavement ends and your choices dwindle to only a few. And it’s no surprise that Jeep offers one of the most capable with the Compass.

All-new for the 2017 model year, this Compass shares its front-wheel drive-based chassis with the Fiat 500X, looks a little like a baby Grand Cherokee, and is offered in a Trailhawk model that is indeed Trail Rated. Not much has changed with the Compass since my initial test-drive but because 3 model years have passed I figured it was a good idea to check back in with one of Jeeps’ little guys. Even though the Grand Cherokee and Wrangler steal the sales headlines, the Compass sells in acceptable numbers here in the States; about the same as the Subaru Crosstrek and more than the VW Tiguan – while it and it’s even smaller brother the Renegade are Jeep’s sales stars in Europe. A plug-in hybrid version may also arrive on our shores this year.

Looking back over my notes, much of what I opined then is still true today but I’ve got to disagree with my 2017 self about one important aspect – the Tigershark engine. I said then that its 180 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque simply wasn’t enough. Perhaps I had just come off of a sports car loan last time around – I don’t know – but it seems to me now that this 2.4-liter motor suitably paces the Compass so it’s not really an issue for me. However, I still concur with my initial take that the 9-speed automatic’s aggressive first gear produces lurchy, pseudo-quick take-offs – a turbo-like abruptness that’s also felt when reversing. It remains the Compass’s biggest bugaboo. But the truth is, I like this Compass better than I did even 2 ½ years ago. Despite its rather plebian Falken tires, its off-road chops remain very impressive and the slightly disconnected nature of its on-road drive falls within the acceptable range for an off-roader. The KONI shock absorbers do a nice job of controlling large body motions yet remain soft and forgiving on rough roads. So my advice: go for one of the 6 other trim levels if driving out here is not in your repertoire. But remember – this Trailhawk is the only Compass that’s Jeep Wave equipped…if you like that sort of thing. Fortified with a standard, low-range 4-wheel drive system, an extra inch of ride height raising it 8 ½” off the ground, skid plates, tow hooks, unique fascias, hill decent control, and 17” SUV tires, the Trailhawk with Selec-Terrain allows you to dial-in whichever ground you’re traversing for expert tuning of the Compass’s various drive systems and it works extremely well. So take it down that rutted road, ford up to 19” of water, and crawl over those rocks – this is the Compass at its best, feeling capable and secure like a Jeep should. You’re not getting this level of go-anywhere performance from the competition.

This Trailhawk provides the driver enough tools to tackle some pretty rough terrain in an easy to use package. Just dial in the setting you need and the Compass takes care of the rest. And these preprogrammed modes are a great idea because they quell the powertrain’s somewhat jumpy nature - something you don’t want off road. The tradeoff here in the Trailhawk is that you lose some on-road drivability where this Compass lacks finesse.

That $40,000 MSRP comes when you totally load it up…base price is in the low $30ks. Rated at 25mpg in combined driving, the naturally aspirated Compass offers better gas mileage than it predominantly turbocharged competition.

This Compass packs in a lot of goodies including one of the industry’s best infotainment systems, high end driver information display, panoramic roof and new Alpine premium speakers. Other than the short seat bottoms and lack of a power lift gate, it’s a well-equipped and comfortable cabin.

And it’s the combination of Jeep’s clever, easy-to-use, modern technology and high level of capability that I really do appreciate. Remote start and dual setting heated seats and heated steering wheel are a winter escape, there are driver’s seat memory settings, a bassy, powerful stereo system and elevated rear seats with USB connection. The mud mats and full size spare are pluses. Adaptive cruise control with stop & go and auto high beams highlight the driver assistance features.

The Compass grew on me this week. It’s not perfect but it possesses a unique skillset that I like with a healthy dose of creature comforts – a fun alternative in the small SUV segment.