We've owned this vehicle for several months now and it has performed beyond my expectations. On a recent trip to upstate New York the 5 speed Compass averaged 32 MPG, which is 3 MPG above the manufacturers claims. The vehicle is fun to drive, responds like a sports car on the curvy Rt. 664 in the Hocking Hills of Ohio where I live as I traverse to and fro work in Athens, Ohio on a daily basis. We are totally impressed with the awesome Chrysler design of this vehicle. We've been intrigued with Jeep products for many years and are now proud to own this (made in America) vehicle. I am delighted with this vehicle and would recommend it to my best friend. I'd rather drive a Jeep than a Toy.
No hub caps that wobble as you drive (real wheels), super styling, comfortable seating and all the expected options are standard on this vehicle. Back lighted beverage holders, two trip odomoters, outside ambient temperature indicator, cruise, air, cd, everything you'd expect from a quality vehicle
If the mileage could improve to 50 MPG I'd be in Heaven but I'll live with 32.
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