There's a facelift for the Jeep's Compass coming up. Aimed to compete against the Ford Bronco Sport, so it desperately so competitions promises to be a tough one. This is why Jeep Wants to updates the Compass and stay put on the market. After several spy photos and teasers, Jeep officially revealed what would the 2022 Compass look like for the European market model.
The Compass was launched first on the market, in 2017, and the new 2022 facelifted model still keeps the familiar style. You get a larger grille and redesigned lights, a more modern aesthetic.Imagine how would the US market look like, with a propper Trailhawk doesn't have tow hooks in the front.
There aren't that many changes for its exterior, but the cabin would keep the 8.4-inch touchscreen still comes standard, adding Jeep's latest 10.1-inch screen along with the newer Uconnect5 infotainment system with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support. Another feature added to enhance higher trim Compass models is the 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster.
This interior looks far more premium when compared for the Compass, enthusiasts state that it's even more luxurious than the Bronco Sport. Similar to the Grand Cherokee inside. Customers will also get a Highway Assist feature, which combines adaptive cruise control and lane centering to make highway driving less stressful.
The European 2022 Jeep Compass cmes with optional gas or diesel engines coupled to either a six-speed manual, six-speed automatic or dual-clutch transmission. You also, get the Compass offers a 4xe plug-in hybrid drivetrain. Probably you'd end up with either 190 horsepower or 240 horsepower. Jeep is still deciding on the 2.4-liter four-cylinder Tigershark engine.
Later, this year, Jeep will reveal the specifications for the US version for the facelifted 2022 Compass. This year will also get us a seven-seater variant, to enhance the Commander name.