2015 Jeep Compasschris V - south of chicago, IL02/27/2016
This is is our second SUV, first jeep and we love it. Our Suzuki 7 was a bit larger.The compass is Nice looking in and out, got everything we wanted for an affordable price, We are very happy with it.We looked at all smaller suv's.Only the Compass was in our price range. It's a really nice smaller suv.
I was looking for a roomy car to accommodate my 6'1" 250+ husband and my growing family of 5'9" + kids but the main purpose of this car is for my 45 minute commute. I love the car. It has just enough cargo room in the back, ample leg room in the front and back seats, and with the manual transmission I chose, it's fun to drive. The only annoyance I run into with regularity is that the "unlock" button is only on the driver door in this model. Passengers who want to unlock have to reach across.
The compass is sluggish its very sluggish and the speakers are horrible. But if your a new driver or it your first car and you don't want to tear it up its perfect because u won't be distracted by loud music or speeding. It takes 30 seconds to go from 0 to 60
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