2014 Jeep Compass ratings and reviews

There’s no denying that the 2014 Jeep Compass isn’t as rugged as other Jeeps, but that’s also not what the brand had in mind for the compact crossover. Instead, the Compass was put on the road for convenience, affordability, and fuel efficiency, and it does those things well. Depending on configuration, the Compass can range up to 23 mpg in the city or 30 mpg on the highway, and every Compass includes the basics like air conditioning, cruise control, fog lights, and a four-speaker sound system. Latitude adds chrome trim and a leather-wrapped steering wheel, while Limited offers a trip computer, a rearview camera, automatic climate control, leather seating, all-season performance tires, and a 6-way power driver’s seat. A Premium Sound Group for Latitude and Limited offers a nine-speaker sound system, two liftgate speakers, and a subwoofer, while a Sun and Sound Group for the same trims boasts the same sound system plus a sunroof and sliding sunshades.

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There’s no denying that the 2014 Jeep Compass isn’t as rugged as other Jeeps, but that’s also not what the brand had in mind for the compact crossover. Instead, the Compass was put on the road for convenience, affordability, and fuel efficiency, and it does those things well. Depending on configuration, the Compass can range up to 23 mpg in the city or 30 mpg on the highway, and every Compass includes the basics like air conditioning, cruise control, fog lights, and a four-speaker sound system. Latitude adds chrome trim and a leather-wrapped steering wheel, while Limited offers a trip computer, a rearview camera, automatic climate control, leather seating, all-season performance tires, and a 6-way power driver’s seat. A Premium Sound Group for Latitude and Limited offers a nine-speaker sound system, two liftgate speakers, and a subwoofer, while a Sun and Sound Group for the same trims boasts the same sound system plus a sunroof and sliding sunshades.
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