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Jeep’s upcoming 7-seater SUV spied test

by Navyatha Sandiri

Jeep’s upcoming 7-seater recently confirmed that a three-row Compass-based SUV will be introduced in India. Now, we’ve got a set of spy photos from Brazil that have surfaced on the internet, giving us a fair idea of the upcoming Toyota Fortuner and Ford Endeavor rivals.

As can be seen in the spy images, the Jeep Compass and its elongated version are parked together. The design appears to be similar to the B-pillar in the side profile.

Beyond that, the heavy camouflage hides the rear quarter glass up to the back. However, the wide rear doors affirm that the entry and exit of the third-row occupants should be an easy task. The rear quarter glass is also expected to be larger in size to give the last row of passengers an airy feel.

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Jeep's upcoming 7-seater

The spy shots are coming from Brazil, showing that the forthcoming Jeep H6 SUV is thoroughly tested before its expected debut next year. The big surprise, however, is that the H6 was spun together with the next Compass. It should be noted that just over two months ago, Jeep introduced a mid-life facelift for the Compass.

The SUV is based on the same small width 4×4 as the Compass platform. The external design and style of the younger sibling will also be carried forward. The cabin details are not currently available.

However, we anticipate that the system will be provided with an independent UConnect 5 software touch screen, an automatic climate control system, a panoramic sunroof, ventilated front seats, and a smartphone charge device for wireless purposes. It is likely that the middle row has a seat and a seat of the captain.

The H6 however has a flatter, longer rooftop line to allow the third-row passengers to have extra headroom. The back part is more boxed than the Compass standard, and the SUV is also likely to have a more upright rear door. Besides this, the taillights and rear bumper are probably new and the front bumper could also be updated slightly for the 3-row SUV.

Jeep's upcoming 7-seater

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The Jeep Compass is a 2.0-liter diesel engine with a maximum of 173 bhp and a peak torque of 350 Nm. This motor can be equipped with a 6-speed MT or a 9-speed AT optional. A 1.4-liter turbocharged petrol engine of 164 PS/250 Nm is also available in combination with a six-speed MT and a 7-speed DCT option “as read and reported by www.msn.com”.