2017 Jeep Compass Starts at $22,090
The all-new 2017 Jeep Compass is a very stylish, very well-executed little crossover. It is built in Belvidere, Illinois, at Fiat Chryslers Belvidere Assembly Plant.
The 2017 version remains one of the least expensive compact SUVs you can buy.
We recently got the chance to drive the all-new 2017 Jeep Compass, and came away impressed with its newfound level of refinement, design sophistication, and even its off-road capability, within the context of the crossover segment. To say this redesign was overdue would be an understatement. The outgoing model essentially rode on the same platform since its debut for 2007. A mid-cycle refresh in 2011 made it look slightly fresher, but it couldn’t cover up its dated underpinnings. Both the outgoing and new Compass will share showroom space as 2017 models, but one look and it’s nearly impossible to confuse one with the other. Jeep’s newfound confidence in the Compass is likewise reflected in the price, with a new Compass Sport 4×2 starting at $22,090, including $1,095 destination, compared to $20,935, including $995 destination.
Compared to the outgoing Compass (with its five trims: Sport, Sport SE, Latitude, High Altitude and 75th Anniversary Edition), the new model has four: Sport, Latitude, Trailhawk, and Limited. Sport and Latitude are available in 4×2 or 4×4 configurations, while the Trailhawk and Limited are offered exclusively as 4×4 models. On the Sport trim, the 4×4 option adds a $1,500 price premium. Our favorite, the Trailhawk, starts at $29,690, with the top-of-the-line Limited going for $30,090, including destination. All models are powered by a 2.4L Tigershark I-4 engine making 180 hp and 175 lb-ft of torque.
Via FourWheeler 2017 Jeep Compass Start at 22’090 Dollars