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2021 Jeep Compass vs 2021 Jeep Cherokee

2021 Jeep Compass vs 2021 Jeep Cherokee
2021 Jeep Compass 2021 Jeep Cherokee

  Engine

2.4L I-4 2.4L I-4

  Horsepower

180 hp 180 hp

  MPG (City/Highway)

22/31 * 22/31 *

  Cargo Space

59.8 cu. ft. 54.7 cu. ft.

  Rear Leg Room

38.3 in. 40.3 in.

2021 Jeep Compass vs 2021 Jeep Cherokee

Serving Meridian, MS

Both the Compass and the Cherokee are placed in the middle of Jeep’s crossover SUV lineup. As close siblings, they have many shared traits as well as distinctive individuality. Our Johnson Dodge Chrysler Jeep sales reps consistently provide each of our customers with honest answers and attentive service. We are excited to help you compare these two stunning models and to be a part of your shopping experience.

Performance

Both the Cherokee and the Compass have trail-rated badging and are suitable for navigating through a wide range of challenging driving conditions. The 2021 Compass has a 2.4-liter Tigershark engine that produces 180 horsepower as the sole option through all trim levels. The Cherokee is available with three powertrain possibilities, and one of these is a V6 engine. These Jeep models are available with Active Drive systems, four-wheel drive, and other solid features that add to their bold capabilities.

Appearance

While these Jeep crossovers are both two-row models, the Cherokee has larger dimensions. Both models, however, have a block-style grille, square fenders, raised roof rails, and thick molding from end to end. The Cherokee’s grille is taller and creased, and this gives the vehicle a more rounded nose. Both models also have LED ribbons running through the headlights, but the Cherokee’s headlamps are longer and narrower. In select or all trims, the Compass and the Cherokee have foglamps, a roof-mounted antenna, heated exterior mirrors, and other equipment.

Features

The Compass and the Cherokee’s dashboard designs are both defined by a wing-like port that holds the air vents and the infotainment system’s screen. Features like climate management, a keyless ignition, hands-free Bluetooth tech, heated seats, mounted steering wheel buttons and other equipment are either standard or offered in both of these Jeep models.

Before narrowing down your options to a specific Jeep model, you need to compare the possibilities in full detail with a few test drives. Make arrangements to get more familiar with the Compass and the Cherokee by contacting Johnson Dodge Chrysler Jeep today.

* EPA-estimated. Actual mileage may vary.

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