2018 Jeep Compass Atlanta GA

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To stay ahead of the game, and continually influence the car industry, as well as the world, that is the mark of an impressive company, and the standard for the vehicles that they create. Jeep, with its 2018 Jeep Compass are living proof of this enduring legend. In 2017 the Compass was completely redesigned, and the 2018 model builds on that success while garnering a few new upgrades of its own. The first, and perhaps biggest addition, is a new trim level called the Limited. The Limited adds a 4x2 driveline configuration, and shows off the newly proportioned, wider shaped, high-end look that now comes standard with all Compass trim levels. These changes are even more impressive when the high-end materials and superior craftsmanship are added into the mix, showing off the level of care that Jeep instills in its vehicles. Also instilled in the vehicles is the importance of safety and entertainment, which is given to you through over 70 safety and security features, Bluetooth technology, and the impressive 5-inch Uconnect touchscreen system.

Engine Performance

  • Class-exclusive nine-speed automatic transmission for 4x4 models
  • Choice of three transmissions
  • Active Drive Low features class-leading 20:1 crawl ratio

Safety Features

  • 70 available advanced safety and security features
  • Standard rearview camera
  • Optional cornering fog lights

Vehicle Design

  • Premium, sculptural design
  • Painted Gloss Black roof
  • Sophisticated interior developed with clean, sculptured forms

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What is the gas mileage for the 2018 Compass?

The MultiAir Tigershark 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine, while coming standard with every Compass, gives plenty of options for 4x2 and 4x4 transmissions. The 4x4 models can have the six-speed manual transmission, and the 4x4 specific nine-speed automatic transmission. The 4x2 models have the option between the six-speed automatic transmission and the six-speed manual transmission. Fuel efficiency is very important, and in this case varies depending on each transmission that is paired with the Tigershark engine. 4WD manual and FWD automatic is 22 mpg for city and 31 mpg for highway. FWD manual transmissions will give you 23 mpg for city and 32 mpg for highway in a FWD manual transmission. The 4WD automatic transmission offers 22 mpg for city and 30 mpg for highway. The Jeep Selec-Terrain system is your next step in the perfect Jeep of your dreams. The Selec-Terrain system gives you four different modes; Auto, Sand, Snow, and Mud, to help you control the variables of driving. The Trailhawk features a fifth mode, named Rock mode. This added mode is the perfect reason why the Trailhawk is the go-to off-roading trim. Trailhawk offers that Rock mode, skid plates, a higher ride, and tow hooks in both the back and front of the vehicle. These tow hooks further enable the Trailhawk to tow up to 2,000 lbs. Besides towing, the Trailhawk has the amazing ability to approach extreme angles of up to 30-degrees, to deliver a 24-degree breakover angle, and to accomplish a 34-degree departure angle. Even the 17-inch tires serve a purpose in the Trailhawk, giving it the ability to cruise through up to 19-inches of water, as well as control the movement downhill.

What are the differences between the trim levels?

The 2018 Compass, including the already mentioned addition of the Limited, has three other trim options. Sport is the base trim level, offering Bluetooth, six-speaker sound system, 16-inch wheels, air-conditioning, the all important USB port, and a 5-inch touchscreen with the Uconnect system. Latitude is the trim level above Sport, coming standard with an upgraded interior, wheels larger than the 16-inch of the Compass Sport, the ability to pick and choose other packages for additional upgrades, and keyless entry and ignition. The third trim option is the newest one, the Limited. Besides the 4x2 driveline configuration option, Limited also has new exterior trim options, upgraded leather upholstery, climate control, an even larger 8.5-inch touchscreen for Uconnect containing Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 18-inch wheels, heated seats, and a powered driver seat. The last trim level is that of the Trailhawk. This trim is the perfect vehicle for those looking for an off-roading adventure. The features that make the perfecting off-roading vehicle include a suspension that is raised for better mobility on off-road terrain, shields to protect the engine and the gas tank, 17-inch wheels, a package offered only in AWD with a Selec-Terrain system, and a subscription for one-year for SiriusXM radio. Every Compass comes with five seats, leg-room for passengers in the front seat, and an astounding 38.3-inches of legroom for the back seats. Besides legroom, cargo space is also bountiful, with over 27 cubic ft of space with all seats in their normal position, and over 60 cubic ft of cargo space with the back seats folded down. Customization does not stop at trim level, especially not with a seemingly endless amount of exterior and interior colors. The Interior color options are Trailhawk Black, Black, Black and Sandstorm, and Black and Ski Grey. The Exterior color options include Jazz Blue Pearl Coat, Diamond Black Crystal Pearl Coat, Olive Green Pearl Coat, Billet Silver Metallic Clear Coat, Redline Red Pearl Coat, Laser Blue Pearl Coat, and Bright White Tri-Coat. Pearl White Tri-Coat is a color only available for Limited models, Spitfire Orange Clear Coat is only available for Trailhawk and Sport models, and Rhino Clear Coat is available for Trailhawk and Limited models.

How many safety features are available?

To put your mind at ease, the 2018 Jeep Compass is giving you over 70 safety and security features, starting with the standard blind-spot monitoring, and rearview camera. Additionally you can choose between other safety features, such as lane-keep assistance, and forward collision warning that comes with an automatic emergency braking system.

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Final Thoughts on the 2018 Jeep Compass

The 2018 Compass continues the tradition of the Jeep family with innovative design, endless trim options, and the classic Jeep look, all while maintaining superior 4x4 capabilities, and the impressive Selec-Terrain system that is perfect for off-roading. Want a closer look? Come on down to our dealership today and get hands-on test drive with the 2018 Compass.

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