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Rumormill: 2011 Jeep Compass to get big price increase, Trail Rated model — AutoMK


Rumormill: 2011 Jeep Compass to get big price increase, Trail Rated model — AutoMK

Rumormill: 2011 Jeep Compass to get big price increase, Trail Rated model — AutoMK - Crossovers/CUVs -
2011 Jeep Compass spy shots – Click above for high-res image gallery
Thanks to the efforts of some wily spy shooters, we've already peered upon the vastly improved styling of the redesigned 2011 Jeep Compass. If a report from the usually well-informed Allpar.com is correct, it would seem Jeep will be positioning its 2011 Compass a few rungs up the ladder than the platform-sharing Patriot.

If reports are correct, buyers will also need to fork over significantly more cash for the Compass in 2011. According to Allpar, the Compass will start at $19,995 in front-wheel drive guise and $21,695 when powering all four wheels – the 2010 model starts at just $15,365. More interesting, though, is word that the new Compass will be Trail Rated for the first time, something we suspected from the rather familiar-looking round fender badges on the silver vehicle in our spy shot gallery.

Presumably using the same off-road bits and pieces as the Trail Rated Patriot – Freedom Drive II with a CVT and dedicated low-range gearing – the Compass is rumored to feature repositioned rebound springs cribbed À la Grand Cherokee, along with an increase in ride height by one inch.

After looking at the pictures, we had an inkling that the new Compass may in fact be a more desirable overall package than the 2011 Patriot, which starts at $15,995, and this report would appear to confirm that hunch.


Spy Shots: 2011 Jeep Compass


Filed under: Crossover, Jeep, Rumormill



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