For 2017, the Compass has been completely redesigned.
It's got a brand-new front fascia that's much more sophisticated, yet still has a little bit of badassery to it.
But, unfortunately, your engine choices are gonna be limited.
You're just gonna get Get the 2.4 liter in-line four engine which is good for 180 horsepower and 175 pound speed of torque.
There are three types of transmissions on tap.
A six speed manual and a six speed automatic are good for the front wheel drive version and you can get a nine speed automatic and the six speed manual when you get the four wheel drive.
Which is so awesome!
So you should totally get the four wheel drive.
And you know what?
If you're gonna go four-wheel drive, you might as will go ahead and get the Trailhawk, why?
Because it's the best Jeep out there, it's gonna be trail rated, your gonna get bigger off-road tires.
It's gonna be raised up just a little bit, and you're gonna get a five mode terrain select system.
Plus you can fjord 19 inches of water, I mean look, it might be a little bit more car than you need.
But go ahead, live a little, you can do it.
The interior's gotten a makeover as well, and in place of the hard plastic of the previous generation, looks like we're getting a lot of nice luxury touches.
You can also get the UConnect system on a 5, 7, or 8.4 inch screen.
And those last two screens you can get Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.
Now there's no word on pricing yet, but expect to see the 2017 Jeep Compass in dealerships in the first quarter of next year.
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