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Looking for a new Jeep? Whether you’re looking for a spacious commuter or a family-friendly vehicle for trips around Oklahoma City, many SUVs in the brand’s lineup make the grade. Many often find themselves comparing Jeep Cherokee vs. Compass, though. Which one will you choose for Mustang roads? Here, Westpointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge explores their interiors, performance specs, and more.
The new Jeep Compass for sale starts at $21,845 MSRP and is available in seven trims: Sport, Latitude, Upland, Altitude, Limited, Trailhawk®, and High Altitude.
FWD is the standard drivetrain for both models, but if you’re looking for added capabilities to assist you during inclement weather on El Reno roads, you can always consider upgrading to a Jeep 4×4 system. For example, Jeep Active Drive I is available with the new Cherokee and Selec-Terrain® is an option with a new Compass.
Are towing capabilities a major concern? This is where the biggest difference comes in between the Jeep Compass vs. Jeep Cherokee:
Both Jeep Compass or Cherokee SUVs are equipped with technology to make Tuttle drives feel shorter, with a Cluster 3.5-Inch Black/White Driver Info Display, Integrated Voice Command with Bluetooth®, and Uconnect® 4 with 7-Inch Display. Additional features are unique to each model, providing these highlights:
Many Jeep shoppers are interested in the Trailhawk® configuration available with many models, so here we compare features between the two models:
Jeep Compass Trailhawk®: 180-hp 2.4L I-4 engine, starting MSRP of $29,195
Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk®: 270-hp 2.0L I-4 or 271-hp 3.2L V6 engine, starting MSRP of $33,945
Contact us, and stop by our Yukon dealership to test drive both Compass and Cherokee, now that you have an overview of their differences. In general, towing and engine options are plentiful with the Cherokee. On a budget? The Compass is the better option. Trading in your old vehicle? Value your trade-in for an idea of how much you’ll get toward your new Jeep.