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2021 Jeep Compass vs 2021 Jeep Wrangler

2021 Jeep Compass vs 2021 Jeep Wrangler
2021 Jeep Compass 2021 Jeep Wrangler

  Engine

2.4L I-4 3.6L V6

  Horsepower

180 285

  MPG (City/Highway)

22/31 * 17/25 *

  Ground Clearance

7.8 in. 9.7 in.

  Standard Towing

1,000 lbs. 2,000 lbs.

2021 Jeep Compass vs 2021 Jeep Wrangler

Serving Meridian, MS

Fans will be pleased to know that changes are in store for both the Jeep Compass and the Jeep Wrangler in 2021. The Jeep Compass is an extra-small SUV that is one of the most compact Jeep family vehicles. Despite its comparatively small in size, the Compass has plenty to offer. The Jeep Compass does away with the manual transmission in 2021. More safety features can be found for those who want more safety on the Limited and Trailhawk trims. There is also a new special-edition trim added to the lineup this year called the 80th Anniversary. The Jeep Wrangler is known for being the most rugged and off-road-oriented of the Jeep lineup. In 2021, the Wrangler gets a new plug-in hybrid powertrain, and it also now has a full-time four-wheel drive as an optional item for the Rubicon. A forward-facing camera is also available.

Performance

The same engine is standard for all trims of the 2021 Jeep Compass, a 2.4L with four cylinders. This engine’s power potential reaches 180 HP, and it also creates a maximum of 175 LB-FT in torque. The standard drivetrain is front-wheel drive, while you can choose the all-wheel drive on most trims. A nine-speed automatic transmission is standard. The 2021 Jeep Wrangler has a range of engines. The standard engine is a 3.6L V6 with a power output of 285 HP and 260 LB-FT in torque. This engine can also be ordered as a mild hybrid variant. The next engine is a turbo 2.0L four-cylinder. This engine produces 270 HP and just under 300 LB-FT of torque. Turbo diesel is available exclusively with the four-door Wrangler.

Appearance

The base 2021 Jeep Compass, called the Sport, comes with standard steel wheels. Alloy wheels, automatic headlights, and fog lights are added to the Latitude. Off-road tires are added to the top Trailhawk trim. Xenon headlights are available on all trim levels. Fog lights, skid plates, and 17-inch steel wheels are standard on the Wrangler. The Willys Sport trim adds black wheels, a blacked-out grille, and custom trim decals on the hood and tailgate. The Altitude gets larger 18-inch wheels.

Features

An upgraded 8.4-inch touchscreen interface is standard on the Limited and Trailhawk trims. This touchscreen can be paired with the Advanced Safety Group package on both trim levels. Dual USB ports, smartphone integration, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay are standard. The Wrangler includes a five-inch display, while a leather steering wheel is added to the Sport S trim.

Contact our dealership today for more information on the 2021 Jeep Compass and Jeep Wrangler and test drive them both.

* EPA-estimated. Actual mileage may vary.

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