It has been found that the seven-seater Jeep Compass is in its early stages of testing. The Indian version of the seven-seater Jeep Compass has been code-named as the Low-D and it has been rumored that it has a lot in common with its five-seater version. It has been found to be testing on the roads.
It has been rumored that the seven-seater compass will have a longer wheelbase as compared with the regular Compass model. The SUV will also have a steering gear and suspension that are different and a modified platform. Bigger dimensions mean that the cabin space will also be more.
The current length of the Compass of 4.41 meters and the wheelbase of 2.63 meters will have to be stretched so that the third row can be accommodated.
The new Jeep will be powered by the new 1.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder MultiAir 16V engine with an electronically controlled value opening for precision which will either be mated to a six-speed manual or a nine-speed ZF automatic transmission.
For the version that will be launched in India, the 2.0-liter diesel and 1.4-liter turbo petrol units will be upgraded to meet the BSVI compliance in the Jeep Compass facelift. The 2020 Jeep Compass’s exteriors, as well as the interiors, will be updated and new equipment will be added.
Right now, the design has not been identified properly or unveiled. But it is likely to have slightly tweaked headlamps, new front, and rear bumpers, larger C-column and revised taillamps. The interior may appear as the same but will new added features of course.
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