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 rearview mirror, six airbags and powered driver’s seat. 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. - Jeep Compass Petrol Automatic: Road Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/jeep-compass-petrol-automatic-road-test-review/29339
Zigwheels | 1 year ago
The claimed ARAI mileage for the Jeep Compass petrol is 16 kmpl. Limited trim offers you the widest choice of engine and drivetrain options. It is the only variant that offers an automatic option – a 7-speed dual-clutch auto with the 1.4-litre turbo petrol. 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
| 10 months ago
You can definitely go for as marketed it fulfills all its promises all the best go fot it
Mine (2018 model) was a diesel but manual transmission. They did not have automatic transmission for diesel (only for the petrol version) then. But now I understand they have come out with a diesel automatic
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.
| 7 months ago
For now it is available only in newly introduced Trailhawk model which is a hardy version of Compass diesel !
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!
The claimed ARAI mileage for the Jeep Compass diesel is 17 kmpl. The actual mileage figure differs due to the factors like road conditions on which the car is driven and the driving style. Jeep says a lot of effort has gone into ensuring the cabin is quiet, and the engine noise aside, the Compass feels very quiet inside. Credit that to the sound deadening in the floor pan and the triple sealing on the doors and glass used for the windshields and windows. In fact, the Compass, on the whole, felt solidly built and planted, almost like a battle tank, making for a very reassuring feel of being a well-built automobile. The figures regarding maintenance may differ from one authorized service center to another due to certain factors like labour cost and the parts that are being serviced amount may change. So there is no specific amount that can be stated. In order to get the details regarding the nearest service center from your respective city may check the following given link: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers/Jeep
The Jeep Diesel compass does stall on 2nd gear. it takes a bit of time to get used to shifting to 1st gear in slow speeds. if you do that and on steep slopes then there should be no stalling. it's something to do with the low torque in 2nd gear which will translate to better fuel efficiency so it is something Jeep will not want to mess with.
| 11 months ago
The jeep engine needs a little getting used to for slow speed driving but once u get the feel then there is no problem of stalling
| 11 months ago
Not at all satisfied with the performance, I had to tow it to service twice. Only 15,000 kms driven
It was natural for you to feel let down by Jeep Compass. The Global Fiesta or the other Ford Fiesta are amongst the finest of products produced by Ford. The Indian Compass has still a long way to go. Compass is not an easy or intuitive car to drive nor does it have ride n handling finesse of Fiesta. Of course Compass has good presence and is a good A to B vehicle .
| 1 year ago
Take a petrol version it has less cabin noise than the other diesel engine