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2021 Jeep Compass India facelift to be released on Jan 7

by Navyatha Sandiri
Jeep Compass

On the 7th January 2021, the Jeep Compass India facelift is announced. This only comes a few months after the worldwide launch of the Compass facelift, adding new insides and outdoors.

  • A new front-end and new alloy wheels are added to the facelift.
  • It’ll get a new dashboard and a much longer set of features.
  • It will proceed with a 2.0-liter turbo diesel and 1.4-litre turbo-oil engines.

Jeep Compass facelift design

Jeep Compass

In design, the Jeep Compass facelift features redesigned headlamps with integrated LED DRLs, a modified 7-slat grille, a new front bumper, twisted faux flush plate, and a larger air dam with new fog lights. New alloy wheels are now available for the SUV. In addition to these improvements, no significant variations will exist on both sides of the SUV.

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Jeep Compass facelift interior

Jeep Compass

The updated floating 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment interface will be a fantastic improvement to the interior of the restyled Dashboard and the new AC vents and HVAC controls will be mounted beneath it. The updated touch screen comes with FCA’s infotainment device UConnect 5 and is likely to have Amazon Alexa’s integral support, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto wireless support, and OTA updates.

In addition, the compass facelift dashboard with double-stitched leather accents and a polished alume-like trimming will also make use of upgraded fabrics. In addition, a new three-speed steering wheel and a wide, digital instrument cluster are included in the package.

Jeep Compass facelift engine and gearbox

Although the Compass Facelift is supplied by new engines on the foreign market, its existing powertrains will be continued by the Indian model. It is also fitted with the same 2.0 L gasoline engine that produces a torque of 173hp and 350Nm and the 1.4-liter turbo-petrol engine, which produces a torque of 163hp and 250Nm, as the outgoing edition.

A 6-speed standard manual is issued for both engines. The gasoline-powered Compass is automatically fitted with a 7-speed double-clutch while the diesel is equipped with a 9-speed auto converter option.


Jeep Compass facelift rivals

The Jeep Compass Facelift is introduced in India and will clash with the Hyundai Tucson and Skoda Karoq respectively. The facelift will also include a Trailhawk version, identical to the pre-facelift Compass.

Jeep is also designing a new 7-seat SUV, which will share its platform and engine with the Compass but will compete with Toyota Fortuner and Ford Endeavour “as reported by www.telanganatoday.in”.