Jeep Compass Trailhawk comes with four-wheel-drive system and is loaded with features; will be introduced in July in India
Jeep showcased Compass Trailhawk at the ongoing Auto Shanghai. The Compass Trailhawk is based on the regular variant as it is focused more towards off-roading and the company has increased ground clearance to 216 mm. The approach angle of the new model is 30 degrees and the departure angle is 33.6 degrees.
The Trailhawk measures 4,398 mm length, 2,033 mm wide and 1,529 mm height. The wheelbase is the same as the regular model. The exterior design theme has some changes as the front and rear has some tweaks like black decals along with ruby red finished tow hooks. The hood has dark grey accents, which goes well with the overall design theme.
The SUV gets silver finished skid plates at front and rear, which protects the underside of the SUV. The side continues the same design theme from the regular model except for new alloy wheels. The rear gets LED tail lamps along with a new bumper and an integrated spoiler also. The Compass Trailhawk comes with some new colour options also.
The interior has minor changes also as the Trailhawk some new colour schemes to spice up the cabin. The SUV is loaded with lots of features like larger touch screen infotainment with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, climate control, leather seats, reverse camera with parking sensors, automatic headlamps and more.
The Compass Trailhawk is powered by 2.0 L diesel engine from the regular model with 173 PS of power and 350 Nm of torque. This engine is mated to a new 9-speed automatic gearbox and one of the major changes compared to the regular model is that Trailhawk comes with Jeep Active Low 4×4 system.
The off-road system has select terrain traction control system, which comes with different modes like Gravel, Rock etc. In each setting, the engine and gearbox response changes. The Compass Trailhawk will be introduced in India this July and it will be priced slightly higher than the regular variant.