The lowest cost model in the range is now the Jeep Compass Night Eagle. It’s powered by a 2.4-litre Tigershark petrol engine driving through a six-speed automatic. It’s the only front-wheel-drive model within the range.
It rides on 18-Inch black alloy wheels and sleek black chrome appointments which lift the style of the exterior. Night Eagle also has deep tinted privacy glass and roof rails.
Inside is an 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto features within the cabin. There’s a six-speaker audio system, and DAB+ digital radio.
Parking is simplified with Rear Park Assist System and a ParkView Reverse Parking Camera.
Standard safety and technology features, include Blind Spot Monitoring, Rear Cross Path Detection, and Forward Collison Warning Plus.
The Jeep Compass S-Limited has 19-Inch Granite alloy wheels. It features Granite Crystal exterior accents. The cabin has black leather seats with tungsten accent stitching.
There are also a dual pane panoramic sunroof, black painted roof and black headliner. Customers can choose between the standard Colorado Red or step up to the available premium paint options including Vocal White, Brilliant Black and Minimal Grey.
Jeep Australia recently announced its all-new Capped Price Servicing Program for new Jeep customers in 2020. The revised structure provides Jeep customers with transparency when they service their vehicle at a Jeep Dealership, with each 2020 Jeep model having a Capped Price Servicing cost at just $399 per service for the first five services.
“The 2020 Jeep Compass boasts a new range that celebrates style, safety and technology, superb comfort and best in class capability,” said Guillaume Drelon, Jeep Australia’s Director of Brand & Product Strategy.
“The new Jeep Compass range provides customers with a significantly improved package with a genuine premium feel, completed with advanced safety and technology updates. The refined and stylish exterior design cues as well as premium interior appointments mirrors Jeep’s flagship Grand Cherokee range.”