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India-bound Jeep compass facelift officially revealed


Jeep Compass 2021 Facelift has finally taken it’s wrap off after vigorous testing under concealed camouflage for 1 years over several global markets. The Jeep  Compass in the above image has been showcased at 2020 Guangzhou international Motor Show in China, will join Indian Market in mid-2021


There are handful of changes being made onto to the exteriors of the SUV which are highly noticeable once you compare it with the outgoing Car. The Front profile now features redesigned headlamps, pronounced bumper with faux skid plates and a sleek shiny black panel connecting each other at the centre which houses Fog-Lights at their end.


There’s nothing new with side profile of the Compass except for the new Alloy-Wheels with dual-tone finishing, same is the case with rear profile, you still get sleeker LED tail-lights along with the black cladding running beneath and a delightful bulbous rear profile.


As soon as you look at the interior, you will notice a big step up in design and styling theme of the interior along with plethora of use of soft touch materials on the dashboard and doorpads.

The interior features a dual-tone theme with a bright orange colour as a part of it, a revised steering wheel, repositioned A/C Vents, revamped center console, use of brushed aluminium trim across the dashboard, new 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Fully-Digital TFT instrument Cluster.


The upcoming Compass will be using the same engine options as the outgoing one, a 1.4L Turbo-Petrol engine pumping out 160 Bhp of Power and 250 Nm of torque  mated to 6-speed manual and a 7-speed DCT Gearbox and a 2.0L Turbo-Diesel Engine pumping out 174 Bhp and 350 Nm of Power and Torque respectively mated to a 6-speed manual and 9-speed automatic Gearbox