The 2021 Jeep Compass comes with a whole host of updates inside and out as part of its mid-life facelift from the company. The fog lamp housing has also been updated and is now integrated to the lower grille of the bumper.
The new bumper features a larger air dam that now runs across the length from end-to-end. What's new in new jeep compass? . However, there are no noticeable changes to the side and rear of the SUV, with the Compass continuing to feature roof rails, LED taillights and a faux rear skid plate.
The overall silhouette of the SUV has not been changed from the outgoing model. The wheelbase, however, remains the same at 2636mm.
The 2021 Compass has received prominent upgrades to its interior from the company. The Compass facelift gets a new floating 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and the AC vents are also much sleeker now. It will be powered by the brand's new UConnect 5 operating system. It gets new bumper, alloy wheels, black and red decals and a completely blacked out grille.
Jeep has also facelifted the off-road focused Trailhawk version of the Compass. The Compass, however, is long due for a facelift, which is expected to arrive in 2021.
Apart from this, speaking about the interior, the new Jeep Compass Facelift will come equipped with several class-leading and handy features like the Jeep Guide, which adopts a new centre console design.
The current Compass is offered in Australia with a choice of 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel or 2.4-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder petrol engines, with the entry-level model priced from $36,950 plus on-road costs. A 6-speed manual is offered as standard, with the option for a 7-speed DCT on the petrol variants and a 9-speed automatic on the diesel ones.
With the 2021 Jeep Compass facelift unveil having taken place in China, the model is expected to get launched in India next year. In India, this auto will compete with Hyundai Tucson and Skoda Carrock.