Jeep Compass Facelift Unveiled In China

Marco Green
November 22, 2020

Spy photographers have snapped the facelifted Jeep Compass on numerous occasions and now the company has released the first teaser images ahead of its debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show. Let's begin our analysis from the outside of the vehicle. Beneath the free-standing display is new switchgear and restyled air vents which feature a landscape orientation. On the side, the changes are minimal with new design for alloy wheels and the prominent squared wheel arches with plastic cladding running end to end.

At the front, the updated SUV features slimmer headlights and a new grille, complemented by smaller fog lights and a wider black fascia. The rear profile also doesn't have any noticeable changes, and continues to sport the same LED taillights as before.

With the 2021 Jeep Compass facelift unveil having taken place in China, the model is expected to get launched in India next year. The Jeep Compass Trailhawk facelift gets a new front bumper, a blacked-out version of the Compass' new honeycomb-like grille, black and red decals on the bonnet, red tow hooks front and back and Trailhawk badges on the front fender and tailgate.

Jeep Compass Facelift revealed
2021 Jeep Compass facelift revealed

The cabin of the SUV has been redesigned as well. The Compass facelift's dashboard features double-stitched leather inserts and brushed aluminium-like trim, which ups the SUV's premium factor.

The Compass facelift gets a total revamp with a two-tone interior theme in select variants, a new three-spoke leather wrapped multi-functional steering wheel and an all-digital 10.25-inch LCD instrument panel.

The current Compass is offered in Australia with a choice of 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel or 2.4-litre naturally-aspirated four-cylinder petrol engines, with the entry-level model priced from $36,950 plus on-road costs.

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