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  • Q. Automatic Variant is not available for Jeep Compass Diesel Engine.?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The diesel doesn’t offer an automatic option yet. Although, the diesel auto (9-speed auto) will be launched early next year. As of now, there is no official timeline regarding its Automatic version in diesel. Stay connected with ZigWheels for latest updates.

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    Gagandeep
    Gagandeep | 1 week ago

    Now there is the Trailhawk version with 9 speed DCT mated with the 2.0 litre Diesel engine

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  • Q. How Is the Jeep Compass Diesel to be used as a regular car in city traffic.? I have read reviews that the clutch is heavy and deep and the Jeep struggles in bumper to bumper traffic
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    Jeep Compass powered by the 2.0-litre diesel, paired to a six-speed manual transmission and Jeep’s Active Drive AWD system with ‘Selec Terrain’ driving modes. The diesel motor switches on with almost no noticeable vibrations or noise - the effort put into making the cabin feel comfortable and premium show through. The clutch action is surprisingly light for a transmission that is designed to take higher torque. Moving off line is easy, and you only need to dab the accelerator to move off inclines. The long throw but sure slotting gearbox is fun to use, the metal-finish ball-like gear knob makes shifting gears an event by itself. The 2.0-litre motor likes to potter around at lower speeds; with max torque made quite low down in the power band you don’t need to work the gears or slip the clutch or modulate the throttle to make the Compass move along in slow moving traffic conditions. Under hard driving conditions, the on-board computer on our car was consistently showing an average fuel-efficiency of 8kmpl but it will certainly be more frugal if driven sedately. Do take a test drive in order to judge your driving comfort.

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    Hotel
    Hotel | 2 weeks ago

    @ Zigwheels | Jeep Compass powered by the 2.0-litre diesel, paired to a six-speed manual transmission and Jeep’s Active Drive AWD system with ‘Selec Terrain’ driving modes. The diesel motor switches on with almost no noticeable vibrations or noise - the effort put into making the cabin feel comfortable and premium show through. The clutch action is surprisingly light for a transmission that is designed to take higher torque. Moving off line is easy, and you only need to dab the accelerator to move off inclines. The long throw but sure slotting gearbox is fun to use, the metal-finish ball-like gear knob makes shifting gears an event by itself. The 2.0-litre motor likes to potter around at lower speeds; with max torque made quite low down in the power band you don’t need to work the gears or slip the clutch or modulate the throttle to make the Compass move along in slow moving traffic conditions. Under hard driving conditions, the on-board computer on our car was consistently showing an average fuel-efficiency of 8kmpl but it will certainly be more frugal if driven sedately. Do take a test drive in order to judge your driving comfort.

    Thats the most awful answer. you dint even mention the clutch issue.

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  • Q. Hi! Is it worth buying petrol automatic version with so much price difference? Mine will be a once or twice week drive vehicle within Delhi city drive. - Compass?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 6 months ago

    The Compass petrol automatic is not a city slicker. The gearbox could've been a bit more polished and the small engine seems to struggle a bit lugging around the big Compass. If we were to choose right now. we suggest you pick the manual diesel. Read more. Jeep Compass Petrol Automatic: Road Test Review:- https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/jeep-compass-petrol-automatic-road-test-review/29339/#leadform

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    Vinod
    Vinod | 6 months ago

    Thanks. Mine is city drive hardly twice a week and I am not keen for diesel version due to it's life span in Delhi. Please suggest. Thanks.

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  • Q. How is the performance of Jeep diesel version - Compass?
    Mayank
    Mayank | 4 months ago

    Super cool

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    Sslal
    Sslal | 5 months ago

    Very good

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  • Q. Which one should I buy in the top variant limited plus - petrol or diesel? Is there a more powerful variant in petrol in the future - Compass?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    If you drive more than 50/60kms on an average then you can go for the diesel-powered car whereas driving less than 50/60kms a day, it's better to go for the petrol car. Choosing the right fuel type depends on your utility and average running of the car. If you are one of those people who drive less then 50/60kms in a day then we recommend you to go with for a petrol car as they are easy to maintain, have a longer life span and they cost less then the diesel car. The Diesel cars are prefered if the average daily run of your car is more than 60kms which makes it feasible for a purchase. The statistics help you to choose a perfect car. The diesel cars are more efficient when it comes to fuel economy and provide more torque, therefore, are preferred to run a more for a person who drives more than 60kms. Select according to your requirements.The Jeep Compass has more power and torque in the diesel engine than the petrol engine. The Jeep Compass is a frugal beast which is enormously powerful in both the engine types however, we would suggest you to take a test drive of both the variants to clarify your doubts.Click here for the dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers/Jeep

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    Prashant
    Prashant | 4 months ago

    You should go for the diesel engine as it gives better milage and better performance and torque.i have a jeep compass limited plus 2.0 diesel engine which gave 14 AVG. before servicing and now after servicing it gives 16 AVG.but on the other hand the petrol engine gives only 8 AVG.

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  • Q. Does the Jeep compass trailhawk comes with a petrol option?
    Tikka
    Tikka | 1 month ago

    Noooooooo

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    Rajdeep
    Rajdeep | 1 year ago

    No

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  • Q. Tell me weather the Jeep Compass 2.0 litre diesel engine is BS 6 compliant?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 2 weeks ago

    The Jeep Compass has been offered with a BS-IV compliant engine whereas the Jeep Compass Trailhawk does get a BS-VI compliant engine. Stay tuned.

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  • Q. I have booked the Jeep Compass Limited Plus petrol Automatic,my usage per will be 5000km to 6000km. What will be the mileage of it? Petrol engine is a right Choice?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 9 months ago

    As your usage is around 5000km to 6000km, petrol would be a good option and automatic transmission is only available with petrol version. But, if we talk about mileage, on test, we managed 6.18kmpl, inside the city. The figure was a notch better, at 8.58kmpl of the highway. If that Jeep badge tugs at your heart, the Compass is currently the most affordable way to scratch that itch. In return, you get a solidly built, fun to drive brute that can tear through the scenery if needed. Not a bad deal, we say!

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  • Q. Is limited plus model is good or not the petrol variant - Compass?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    In addition to what the Limited (O) packs, the Limited Plus offers the following features: - Panoramic sunroof. - 8-way power adjustable driver’s seat along with 4-way power lumbar support and memory function. - Bigger 8.4-inch Uconnect infotainment screen, which is the biggest in its class. The lower variants offer the 7-inch Uconnect unit. Both the systems offer support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto though. - The bi-xenon projector headlamps get automatic functionality. - Bigger 18-inch dual-tone alloy wheels. The Limited (O), on the other hand, gets 17-inch alloys. - Borrows six airbags from the Limited and Limited (O) 4x4 variants. - Rain-sensing wipers- - Auto-dimming inside rearview mirror. Being a new variant, the Limited Plus remains mechanically unchanged. Its petrol version is powered by a 1.4-litre turbo petrol (163PS/250Nm) mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission. The diesel version has a 2.0-litre engine (173PS/350Nm) mated to a 6-speed manual with either 4x2 or 4x4 drivetrain options. The Limited Plus commands a premium of around Rs 1 lakh over the previous range-topping variant, the Limited (O). It seems justified, given the premium goodies and additional features that the segment warrants. Some of which include auto-dimming inside rear-view mirror, six airbags and powered driver’s seat.

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  • Q. Which one is better jeep compass petrol/diesel?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Jeep Compass is can be had with a petrol or a diesel engine. The petrol motor is a 1.4-litre turbocharged unit that’s good for 163PS of power and 250Nm of torque. You can have this engine with a 6-speed manual transmission in the lower variants, or a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic in the top-spec Limited model. Fiat’s acclaimed 2.0-litre Multijet II engine is your second option. With 172PS of power and 350Nm of torque on tap, the diesel Compass can be quite a hoot. The diesel-powered SUV is also available with 4x4 tech, with drive modes for snow, sand and mud. Notably, there’s no diesel automatic variant yet, but that’s set to change with the introduction of the Compass Trailhawk, which should bring with it a 9-speed automatic. Who should buy the Jeep Compass Petrol: - Someone who inherently prefers petrol engines. - Has an annual running of less than 10,000km per year. - Mainly drives in city. - Wants an automatic SUV. - Has a priority list that rates refinement higher than fuel efficiency . Who should buy the Jeep Compass Diesel: - Someone who inherently prefers diesel engines. - Has an annual running of more than 10,000km per year. - Often has long-distance highway trips. - Wants an AWD SUV. - Rates fuel economy as a high-priority parameter.

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