The big Compass has a small 1.4-litre engine under the hood. Is that enough? Is the automatic gearbox any good? And what's it like to drive?
Can the newest (and smallest yet!) Jeep do justice to the iconic brand?
Can the new, smaller, new-age Jeep hold its own with the big boys? And does it still have the Jeep DNA it flaunts so proudly? We get under its skin, both on and off the road to find out what it is like!
We saw a few images earlier this year; now, we've got the complete lowdown on the big three-row Jeep
It's big and burly. It can seat seven. It's got a Jeep badge on the nose. We're already picturing thousands of midlife crisis-struck uncles salivating at that thought. The Grand Commander is exactly that. Sadly, it's a China-only SUV for now. But, much like the A-Class L Sedan we spoke about yesterday, this one seems perfect for Indian tarmac as well. Let's run through the details. The Grand Commander is Jeep's first three-row SUV is a very, very long time. It has been nearly eight years since the Grand Commander's predecessor, the Jeep Commander, was discontinued. As far as size is concerned, the big SUV gets it right. The Chinese-spec Grand Commander measures 4873mm in length, 1892mm in width and 1738mm in height. The wheelbase stands at 2800mm. In case you're wondering how that stacks against our favourite Jeep Compass, take a look at the table below. Dimensions Jeep Compass Jeep Grand Commander Difference Length 4395mm 4873mm (+478mm) Width 1818mm 1892mm (+74mm) Height 1640mm 1738mm (+98mm) Wheelbase 2636mm 2800mm (+164mm) It does look like... read more »
The Compass 4x4 will be available at a small premium over the 4x2 for the month of April
The annual event serves as a platform for showcasing Jeep’s off-road parts and one-offs
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