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Jeep Compass coming to Singapore.

Shown in the Car Expo 2018 in Apr.

 

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Supersonic

is there any specification and price?

 

Pricing during the show is SGD159,888.

 

Specs.

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5th Gear

Quite attractive IMO.

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5th Gear

As per sgcarmart.. 135k w/o coe... Wow... Total 160k plus plus.. Worth it?

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Hypersonic

good price good looks, AWD  [thumbsup]

but 1.4 no turbo?

 

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5th Gear

good price good looks, AWD [thumbsup]

but 1.4 no turbo?

1.4 turbo... U mean 135 w/o coe is good price?

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Turbocharged (edited)

I think have to be careful with the money on where to spend.

 

https://www.consumerreports.org/2017-jeep-compass/2017-jeep-compass-review-lost-in-last-place/

 

Right from the trailhead, the redesigned Compass comes up short in the white-hot small SUV market, earning the dubious distinction as the lowest-rated model in its class. It doesn’t measure up in several ways. Factor in a price that’s no lower than other Jeep models yet is higher than some larger and better competitors, and the result is that shoppers should be driven in another direction.

Most Compasses are equipped with a 180-hp, 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine teamed with a nine-speed automatic transmission. This disappointing pairing results in slow acceleration, with delayed downshifts and a lackadaisical response. Performance feels even slower than the numbers suggest. Fuel economy, at 24 mpg overall, is par for the class.

The Compass falls short in road manners as well. Handling is ultimately secure when pushed, but slow and light steering make the Jeep feel reluctant to corner. The ride is an incessant pattern of jitters, which gets under your skin, and larger bumps can bounce the Compass around. The brake pedal is overly sensitive, making it hard to stop smoothly.

The cabin has a few token soft surfaces but is otherwise austere. The driver’s seat lacks support, and the rear seat forces passengers to sit awkwardly. Forward-collision warning and automatic braking are optional only on upper trims. CR believes that these features should be standard on all trim levels of every vehicle.

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1st Gear

anyone bhought it?

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