Jeep Compass Overview
The 2014 Compass received a freshening that replaces the CVT with a six-speed automatic for most models. But it is still outdated and uncompetitive. Its low-speed ride is composed, and handling is secure, but not agile. The sluggish 2.4-liter four-cylinder returned 22 mpg overall. The upright front seats are narrow and are not particularly comfortable, and the cabin is cramped. Controls are straightforward, and the interior, though basic, is constructed of somewhat better materials. The high belt line makes the cabin feel claustrophobic, and the styling restricts visibility to the rear. Reliability has dropped to well below average.
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