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NewsNew equipment in 2024 for Jeep's Compass

New equipment in 2024 for Jeep’s Compass

  • The front grill is new.

  • There are new designs for the wheels.

  • The turbocharged 4-cylinder engine is the only option.


The Jeep Compass has been in service in this form since the 2018 model year. Already, the brand’s head management redesigned the crossover two years ago, but for 2024, there’s something new… again!

Now, we’re not talking about a revolution here, but rather an adjustment for the coming year. The 2024 model year features a new grille surround, as well as new designs for the wheels, which in this case can reach a diameter of 19 inches in the more opulent livery. The manufacturer has also wrapped the Trailhawk wheels in a new set of all-terrain tires. The 19-inch wheels and new tires will be delivered later.

The compact crossover will be available in five distinct liveries: Sport, North, Altitude, Limited (with available RED option) and Trailhawk (available with optional Trailhawk Elite package). Seven body colors are on the menu: Silver Zenith, Brilliant White, Diamond Black, Sea Grey, Hydro Blue, Bright Red and Stingray Grey.

The interior is predominantly black, although the dashboard and door panels are available in brighter colors. The touchscreen in the center of the dashboard extends to 10.1 inches, while the optional information screen (behind the steering wheel) reaches 10.25 inches. The UConnect 5 system is also compatible with wireless versions of the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto suites.

Under the hood, the 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine delivering 200 horsepower and 221 lb-ft of torque remains the only option on the table, the mill mated to the only available gearbox, an eight-speed automatic unit. The automaker replaced the aging 2.4-liter unit last year.

As is increasingly the case in the utility segment, the Jeep Compass comes standard with four-wheel drive. The Jeep Active Drive system is fitted on all versions of the model, with the exception of the Trailhawk, which receives the Jeep Active Drive Low system. The Selec-Terrain system, also standard, offers up to four driving modes (Auto, Snow, Sand/Mud and Rock on Trailhawk).






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