2020 Jeep Compass Trim Levels
It’s a good thing Jeep makes a subcompact crossover SUV like the Compass, because everyone would expect one of the most legendary SUV manufacturers to have a model in one of the most popular vehicle categories right now. The roads are becoming overcrowded with subcompact crossovers, but the Compass is making sure Jeep is represented among them.
The Compass has seven trim levels so it can fit customer expectations as well as possible. From the basic Sport to the comprehensively outfitted High Altitude trim, the Jeep Compass delivers on everything a subcompact crossover SUV should be. The chart below works as an introduction to each of the trim levels of the Jeep Compass in 2020.
|Sport||$26,800||2.4L Inline 4-Cylinder Engine and Smartphone Compatibility|
|North||$32,795||Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel and Cornering Fog Lamps|
|Altitude||$34,090||Gloss Black Accents, Cloth, and Vinyl Seats|
|Upland||$34,200||Tow Hooks and Larger Wheels|
|Trailhawk®||$34,995||4x4 Off-Road System and Off-Road Suspension|
|Limited||$36,955||Larger Wheels and touchscreen|
|High Altitude||$39,190||Largest Wheels and HID Headlamps|
Trim Level Comparison Analysis
The seven trim levels let you choose between a few different values, low cost, off-road functionality, interior comfort, technology, or just the best of the above. Not only that, but a lot of exterior clues hint at which trim level is which, making it easy for shoppers and passersby to point each one out. The Altitude may be the easiest to point out from a distance, but many will find the Limited most appealing of all, especially from the inside.
Other Features Available on the 2020 Jeep Compass
- Uconnect® 4C NAV Infotainment System
- Black Leather Interior with Tungsten Accent Stitching
- 9-Speed Automatic Transmission
- Front and Rear Head Airbags
- Painted Alloy Wheels
- 10+ Exterior Colour Options (Depending on Trim Level)
- 9-Speaker Premium Audio System
- And Much More!