The Jeep Compass has impressive off-road credentials, but its poor road manners and noisy engines mean it's ultimately off the paceget the best price
As well as the 8.4in infotainment screen, Limited models get a larger 7.0in colour instrument cluster that displays information such as sat-nav directions and vehicle settings. You also get larger 18in alloy wheels, front and rear parking sensors, blindspot recognition, parking assistance, eight-way power and heated seats, as well as rain-sensitive windshield wipers.
Engine: 2.0 Multijet 170
The strongest engine in the line-up is only available with all-wheel drive and an automatic gearbox. It easily gets the Compass up to motorway speeds and, once there, it’s the most hushed engine – but it’s still not quiet.
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