The Jeep Compass facelift has made its global debut at the 2020 Guangzhou worldwide Motor Show in China. Upfront, the Compass facelift is instantly recognisable with the retained seven box-like front grille finished in chrome. We can also see new fog lights and a sportier lower opening. Beneath the free-standing display is new switchgear and restyled air vents which feature a landscape orientation. What's new in new jeep compass? . The SUV has received a lot of noticeable changes to the exterior, as well as the interior, with this mid-life update. However, the length and height of the Compass facelift have increased by 29mm and 17mm, respectively. The wheelbase, however, remains the same at 2636mm. There a UConnect 5 infotainment system which also supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and Amazon Alexa. The Jeep Compass Trailhawk facelift gets a new front bumper, a blacked-out version of the Compass' new honeycomb-like grille, black and red decals on the bonnet, red tow hooks front and back and Trailhawk badges on the front fender and tailgate. The Compass, however, is long due for a facelift, which is expected to arrive in 2021. We expect it to continue to sport the same engines as the current India-spec model - a 1.4-litre turbo-petrol (160 HP and 250 Nm) and a 2.0-litre turbo-diesel (173 HP and 350 Nm).
The 2021 Jeep Compass features fresh design up-front along with a substantial upgrade to its interiors, giving the SUV a new look and host of new features. A 6-speed manual is offered as standard, with the option for a 7-speed DCT on the petrol variants and a 9-speed automatic on the diesel ones.
It will come with the same set of engines as on the current model in our market
By 2022, Jeep could offer as many as 11 models, and is expected to launch a sub-Renegade micro SUV alongside its existing Wrangler, Compass, Cherokee and other nameplates. Once launched, the 2021 Jeep Compass will continue to rival the Kia Seltos, the Hyundai Creta, the Volkswagen T-Roc, the MG Hector and the Skoda Karoq.