What used Jeep Compass 4x4 will I get for my budget?
Prices start at around £17,000 for an early 2017 Compass, either petrol or diesel, bought with an average mileage for the year and a full service history, from an independent dealer. Up the folding to between £18,000 and £20,000 to net a higher trim level car or a lower mileage model or a car from a franchised dealer, or even a 2018 car that satisfies much of the same criteria. Between £20,000 and £25,000 will get you a large choice of nearly new cars from Jeep main dealers with nominal mileages.
How much does it cost to run a Jeep Compass 4x4?
On paper, the most economical Compass is the 1.6 Multijet 120 diesel version, with an official fuel consumption figure of 64.2mpg, according to the older NEDC tests, with corresponding CO2 emissions of 117g/km. The 2.0 diesel isn’t far behind, with official figures of 54.3mpg and CO2 emissions of 138g/km. The 1.4 Multiair petrol claims an official 45.6mpg and CO2 emissions of 143g/km.
Cars registered before the tax changes of April 2017 came into force are charged annual car tax (VED) according to CO2 emissions, while those registered after pay a flat rate, currently £140 a year. It’s worth making sure your Compass didn’t cost more than £40,000 new, which in theory a heavily optioned, top-spec model just could have, because you’d then have to pay a supplementary luxury car tax, currently £310 a year.
Servicing will be more expensive than for some rivals, although parts should be plentiful and reasonably cheap as the modern Jeep shares a lot of its underpinnings with contemporary Fiat models.
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