Whereas Creta is an urban SUV ... compass and Duster have 4x4 options. Both of these can take rough terrains in their stride. Amongst these two Duster 4x4 is a real Value for money proposition. Compass is more modern but expensive to purchase and maintain. Of course personal choice matters in the end.
Jeep Compass comes with a 60 Litres fuel tank and the exact amount of fuel left in cars varies from car to car but the last fuel indicator bar starts blinking when there is around 3-4 litres fuel left in the tank.
The Longitude ups the premium quotient while the Longitude (O) enhances the experience further with the addition of a 7-inch Uconnect touchscreen with support for CarPlay and Android Auto. Dual-zone climate control has also been added along with projector headlamps in the Limited (O). In our books, the Longitude (O) is the Compass to go for if you want this SUV. Sadly, both the Longitude and the Longitude (O) are not offered with a petrol option which makes the about Rs 2 lakh premium over the Sport variant quite steep. Besides the launch of the Compass, Jeep has also introduced FCA’s famed Mopar brand for the after sales and customisation. As of now, there are 48 Mopar authorised workshops throughout the country for 50+ Jeep dealerships. You're getting three years or 100,000km warranty on the Compass along with three years of RSA (road side assistance) and 24/7 Mopar support for free! It has a service interval of 15,000km or a year, whichever comes early. Also on offer is Mopar maintenance packages, tyre and battery care. You can also opt for Mopar extended warranty. Then there are Mopar accessories and merchandise. It is something really exciting since (although) FCA’s existing after sales support (for Fiat) is nothing to speak of, it is improving.