The small and midsized SUV market is hot, and Jeep hopes to cash-in with its all-new Compass.

It will be offered in four different trimlines: Sport, Latitude, Limited, and Trailhawk. The Trailhawk will be the more robust off-road version, receiving special rock-crawling gearing, a nearly-one-inch boost in ride height, skid plates, front and rear tow hooks, and 17-inch off-road tires. The Trailhawk can also tow up to 2,000 lbs.

Standard power comes from a 180-hp 2.4-liter four-cylinder—an engine we found somewhat unrefined and sluggish in other FCA applications. Jeep says the new Compass will return “up to 30 miles per gallon,” which, if true, would be a substantial upgrade over the 22 mpg overall we measured in our last tested model.

Slide the arrows back and forth on the photos below to compare the 2016 Jeep Compass and the 2017 Jeep Compass.

(Story updated with video from the 2017 Detroit auto show.)

You can choose from three different transmissions: a nine-speed automatic transmission (on four-wheel-drive models), a six-speed automatic (for front-drive versions), or a six-speed manual for either.

The new Compass will be offered with lots of creature comforts, including an open-air dual-pane sunroof, power liftgate, dual-zone automatic climate system, heated seats, and a heated steering wheel.

Important safety features will also be available, such as forward-collision warning, lane-departure warning, blind-spot monitoring, rear-cross traffic alert, and a rearview camera.

Inside, the good news is the new Compass will get the company’s excellent Uconnect infotainment system, which includes Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and the choice of a 5.0-, 7.0-, or 8.4-inch touch screen.

FCA is hoping for a home run with this new Compass, since it will be sold and manufactured in much of the world, including Brazil, China, Mexico, and India.

The previous Jeep Compass was one of the worst small SUVs we’ve recently tested. It had a weak and noisy engine, sluggish acceleration, lousy front seats, limited rear visibility, clumsy handling, and mediocre brakes.

Clearly, the bar is set pretty low for this new Compass, as there aren’t other SUVs that perform as badly. In other words, we think it can only get better.

The new Compass should go on sale during the first quarter in 2017. Pricing was not disclosed.