The 2017 Jeep Compass Multijet happens to be the car maker’s newcomer in the most competitive SUV category within the compact crossover niche.
The vehicle’s built around o a bit longer version of the platform, underpinning the Renegade
British customers need to wait a bit longer until they can acquire the 2017 Jeep Compass Multijet. Notwithstanding the vehicle first arose in production form at the 2016 Los Angeles motor event, and then in European specification at Geneva 2017, it won’t be available to British customers until January 2018.
As the regular, more road-oriented variant, it’s supposed to account for the majority of sales in Great Britain, the car maker also offers the Trailhawk, which is a more hardcore version, boasting higher ground clearance as well as more off-road tech.
The regular version will probably boast more sales, coming with the mid-range diesel powertrain, all-wheel-drive technology, not to mention a nine-speed automatic gearbox.