Jeep Compass 2022 Goes Crazy On Trims, Prices Rise A Bit For New Model Year

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Earlier this month, mothership Stellantis unveiled the changes it plans to make for just about every brand of car it sells, and we’ve already got our share of Dodge and Chrysler. On the Jeep side, things seem eerily calm, and without said compass, we might have excluded the brand completely from our plans for 2022.

The Compass is a nickname that joined the Jeep lineup quite recently, having appeared during the days when the company was still under what in the 2000s was called DaimlerChrysler. It was designed as a compact crossover, the first of its kind to be manufactured by Jeep.

Now in its second generation, born in 2018, the moniker builds on the full facelift it received last year to continue through 2022 with just a touch of extras, a revamped trim line and pricing. slightly higher.

For the current model year, there are no less than seven variations of the Compass, starting with the $ 24,495 Sport and ending with the $ 31,640 Trailhawk. Only six versions will survive the new model year, and some will completely replace what’s currently on the table.

First of all, Jepp will no longer offer the Compass Freedom, Altitude and 80th Anniversary in 2022. That means we’re saying goodbye to those three versions that were right in the middle of the pack, in terms of price.

Where the $ 27,490 Freedom was this year, Jeep will introduce a more expensive Latitude Lux trim. Sporty elements like heated leather front seats, heated leather-wrapped steering wheel, auto-dimming rearview mirror, 7-inch color package, 10.1-inch digital touchscreen radio, remote start and alarm security, the thing is priced at $ 29,840.

The $ 28,090 Altitude is phased out next year and a new High Altitude version is joining the list. It doesn’t really replace the former, as the High-Altitude is now the new top-of-the-line model, located above the Trailhawk and selling for $ 34,235. For that, it comes with front and rear lower fairings painted in the body color, painted side flares, a double-glazed panoramic sunroof, LED lighting and painted 19-inch Granite Crystal aluminum wheels.

Last, but not least, the 80th anniversary has also been released, but nothing else is taking its place, at least for now.

As for the trim levels that have survived, all get a bit more expensive. The Sport will cost $ 25,240, the Latitude $ 26,770 (from $ 26,670) and the Trailhawk is now priced at $ 34,235, from $ 31,640.

Generally speaking, the new Compass model year comes with eight exterior colors, two of which, Earl and Bright White, are new. For the interior, the only choice is between black and black with Steel Gray.

Depending on the trim level and options chosen, on the infotainment side we get a new 10.1-inch digital infotainment touchscreen, a 10.25-inch frameless color thin-film transistor (TFT) digital group inches (optional), and of course the Uconnect 5 with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

On the engine side, the star of the range remains the 2.4-liter Tigershark which can be combined with one of two transmissions, a nine-speed automatic (on the 4×4 models) and a six-speed automatic (on the 4×2). .

You can already find all the details about the new 2022 compass on the Jeep configurator, and you can already place orders for the revised models.

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