Jeep Compass SUV Launched in India, Prices Start at Rs 14.95 Lakh!
Check out the prices, variants of Jeep Compass SUV on The Quint.
Jeep India has launched the Compass SUV at an attractive price, starting at Rs 14.95 lakh for the Jeep Compass Sport (petrol) manual variant, going up to Rs 20.65 lakh for the Jeep Compass Limited Option 4x4 Diesel. These prices are ex-showroom.
The Compass comes in 10 variants, in all in three trim levels – Sport, Longitude and Limited. Three are petrol models and seven are diesel models.
Jeep Compass Prices:
- 1.4 Litre Multi-Air Jeep Compass 1.4 Sport MT: Rs 14.95 lakh
- Jeep Compass 1.4 Limited AT: Rs 18.70 lakh
- Jeep Compass 1.4 Limited Option AT: Rs 19.40 lakh
- 2.0 Litre Multijet Jeep Compass Sport: Rs 15.45 lakh
- Jeep Compass Longitude: Rs 16.45 lakh
- Jeep Compass Longitude Option: Rs 17.25 lakh
- Jeep Compass Limited: Rs 18.05 lakh
- Jeep Compass Limited Option: Rs 18.75 lakh
- Jeep Compass Limited 4x4: Rs 19.95 lakh
- Jeep Compass Limited 4x4 Option: Rs 20.65 lakh
We drove the Jeep Compass in Goa last month. You can watch the full video review here:
You can also read the full review of the Jeep Compass here.
Jeep will start deliveries of the Compass diesel immediately, while deliveries of the petrol Compass will begin around Diwali. Jeep India says it has already got 5,000 plus bookings for the Compass, and close to 38,000 enquiries for it. The company only has 50 odd dealers in India, so deliveries will be a bit strained.
The Compass is being made at Jeep's plant at Ranjangaon in Pune. All the right-hand drive markets in the world will get the Jeep Compass, which is made in India.
Jeep is offering a three year warranty with the Compass, valid for 1,00,000 km. The service interval for the Compass is once a year or once every 15,000 km, which should keep maintenance costs quite low.
There are two engine choices with the Compass. The first is a 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine that puts out 162 bhp of power and 250 Nm of torque.
This comes with a 6-speed manual in the base model, and 7-speed automatics in the other two variants. The diesel is a 2-litre engine that puts out 171 bhp of power and 350 Nm of torque with a six-speed manual. The Limited variant comes with 4x4 in two options.
Overall, with the pricing strategy that Jeep India has adopted, it competes directly with the Hyundai Creta, Mahindra XUV500 and Renault Duster. Watch out for a detailed comparison of these vehicles with the Compass on The Quint.
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