The 2017 Jeep Compass is all new. Seen from the outside it could be a baby Grand Cherokee. The styling is very similar to its big brother with the same face and the same 7-slotted Iconic Jeep grill.
This week Jeep flew me down to San Antonio, Texas to drive and review the new 2017 Jeep Compass. Jeep was also kind enough to bring along three competing vehicles to test drive. This set up the perfect opportunity for a classic TFL style Mega Mashup review.
BTW: If you are interested in this new Jeep here’s a sneak peek video walk around of the new Jeep Compass.
As you can see by the photo above I was able to drive and compare the 2017 Jeep Compass to the the Hyundai Tucson to the Subaru Crosstrek to the Kia Sportage back to back.
The 2017 Jeep Compass fits into Jeep’s vehicle line-up right above the Jeep Renegade and right below the Jeep Cherokee. It starts at about $22K and can reach well North of $30K when you choose either the Limited model or the Trailhawk with all of the bells and whistles. In the comparison video review (below) I’m driving the all-wheel-drive (most off-road worthy) Trailhawk version of the 2017 Jeep Compass. This is a true TFL Mashup review as the Kia and Hyundai are front-wheel-drive models. Yes, this is not exactly an apples to apples comparison but it can be tricky for TFL to get four competing cars together at one time. This is why when a manufacturer does it for us we jump on the opportunity to drive, compare and review the cars.
How does the new 2017 Jeep Compass compare to this group of compact crossovers? Please watch the video below as I drive all four cars back to back and let you know which one I would buy if it were my money to spend.