The Jeep Compass is receiving interior and exterior styling updates for 2022.
A newly available 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system is the highlight inside.
The Europe-spec model has been revealed, and Jeep says that the U.S. model will be shown within the next few months.
We now have a better idea of the updates that will be coming to the Jeep Compass lineup for 2022 thanks to new photos and information about the Europe-market model. It features a new front-end design and an improved dashboard with a new infotainment system. We expect many of these changes to come to the U.S.; a Jeep spokesperson told C/D that the company will have U.S. details on the Compass to share within the next few months.
The refreshed Euro-spec Compass has new LED headlights and a revised seven-slat grille up front, while the rear end looks about the same. It'll once again offer the off-road-oriented Trailhawk model pictured here, and a plug-in-hybrid powertrain called 4xe is a new addition to the lineup. We're not sure if the hybrid will come to the U.S. or not, but the standard Compass's 2.4-liter inline-four engine should stick around for our market.
The changes to the interior are more significant and include a new dashboard layout with a tablet-style infotainment display. The standard screen measures 8.4 inches and the upgraded screen is 10.1 inches. Both run the latest Uconnect 5 software. A 10.3-inch digital gauge cluster is also optional, and Jeep says that the interior materials are nicer than before. The center console is said to provide more storage.
Look for more details to come on the U.S.-spec 2022 Jeep Compass soon. It will likely start a bit higher than the current model, which has a base price of $25,990.
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