The Jeep Compass looks and feels significantly better than the vehicle it replaced. The Compass has style, substance and impressive technology, all wrapped in a compact SUV form with a tempting starting price around $24,000. The 2021 Jeep Compass is slotted between the subcompact Renegade and the compact Cherokee, though style-wise it resembles the handsome Grand Cherokee flagship. The Compass is small enough to be easy to maneuver but large enough to make its presence known and deliver a comfortable highway ride. The Compass isn’t the most powerful compact SUV, but it upholds its Jeep credentials by being able to outperform rivals like the Nissan Rogue Sport and Hyundai Tucson when the pavement ends.
The Compass offers many enticing features including keyless entry and push-button start, rearview camera and a 6-speaker infotainment system with 5-inch touch screen, Bluetooth streaming and voice control. We highly recommend this model. In addition to more standard features like automatic headlights, cornering fog lights, 17-inch wheels, ambient interior lighting and illuminated vanity mirrors, it opens the door for options like the power-adjustable driver’s seat, navigation and safety systems like blind-spot detection!