Rear View Camera, Auxiliary Audio Input, Cruise Control, Overhead Airbags, Traction Control, Side Airbags
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.4L Engine, Manual 6 Speed Transmission, 58K Miles, Green/Black
Im 26 and finally got rid of my high school car. I got the jeep compass. It's a great vehicle. It's perfect for what I do on a daily basis commuting for work all over the city. It has plenty of room for my dog when I drop the seats down for her. I go up and down the mountains with ease when I go fishing. The volume of the stereo could go higher but it's great. Heat works good. Air conditioning is great. My friends like my car. I don't need any high tech dash equipment. It's what my phone is for. It's not loud and the cabin is nicce and quiet.it handles great in stop and go trafficking with all of the lunatic drivers out there that cause fender benders... gas is good. I calculate it for work and budget purposes and it's simple to track.
I had a 2006 Jeep Liberty for 6 years and loved how it was well put together. So I decided to stick with this company. I really love the way my 2014 Jeep Compass Lattitude handles road trips. It's a 4 cylinder so it's great on gas for traveling and it has all the little extras to make it look like a luxury suv but I can still go off road and have the same comfort. It's spacious enough for 5 adults and plenty of space behind the rear seat for baggage. Best choice I could have made.
Not as happy with the Jeep Compass after owning for a month. Didn't realize how noisy vehicle is, the day I test drove it, the AC was blasting because it was so hot that day which drowned out the annoying noise this car makes. Not very happy with the brakes, makes a rattle sound on occasion. Will need to have service take a look into that. Already wanting to trade in! Have owned Ford, Dodge, Nissan, VW in the past and never been this unhappy about a car.