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Last October the Brazilian consumer was the first in the world to receive the new Jeep Compass. Now the average SUV that has become the absolute leader of its segment – a true success story among SUVs – comes to the 2018 lineup with new versions and developments that bring even more technology, style, convenience and off-road capability. The Compass line is even more complete with the Limited Diesel setting. It arrives to be a more sophisticated alternative within the line equipped with the engine 2.0 MultiJet II, of 170 hp and 350 Nm and the transmission of nine speeds. Alongside the Compass Trailhawk, with all its vocation for off-road, this new option forms a pair of top versions. All versions powered by the 2.0-liter Tigershark Flex, up to 166 hp, received the Stop / Start system, an important advance in the field of energy efficiency. Beside the intelligent alternator and fuel pump, which work on demand only when needed, this technology made Compass Flex up to 11% more economical.

More sophistication

Another important innovation is that every Jeep Compass 2018 has compatibility with the Android Auto and Apple Carplay systems as standard, making the efficient Uconnect multimedia hub even better, which is internationally prized for the number of features and ease of use. And in the Sport version, the evolution became more visible, literally, with the current screen switching to a larger, 7.0-inch, high-definition color. The other configurations display the already established 8.4-inch monitor. The graphics have been modernized and are applied to both types of screens. And there are more new standard equipment scattered all over the Compass line: for the Sport, the air conditioner becomes two-zone digital as in other configurations. The Longitude (Flex and Diesel) versions come with leather seats, which can be in the new Ski Graycolor, an elegant light shade of gray available also for Limited options, which continues with the Caramel option in addition to Black (standard in Longitude and Trailhawk). Speaking in color, it is worth highlighting the increased options, with the introduction of the solid Green Recon, recently used in the special 75-year series of the Jeep Renegade, and the metallic Brown Horizon. Other innovations are in the list of options, with electric opening of the trunk lid for the Trailhawk and Limited versions, which can now be equipped with 19-inch wheels married to 235/45 tires – the standard ones are 18 inches paired with 225/55 tires.

National most technological SUV

Apart from all the content that debuts in the 2018 line of the Jeep Compass, the model continues to stand out as the average SUV with the highest level of technology among all manufactured in Brazil. Available for the Limited and Trailhawk versions, the High Tech package is made up of advanced items such as: Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Track Change Tracking (LDW), Automatic High Beam (AHB), Warning and Prevention (FCWP), which includes automatic braking, remote start of the engine and Park Assist semi-automatic parking system, which operates in parallel and perpendicular paths. In addition, there are noteworthy standard equipment for Compass Limited and Trailhawk, such as xenon headlamps and blind spot monitoring (which can be adjusted to give only visual, visual and audible warnings or until switched off). And in the Longitude setting the Keyless Enter ‘n’ Go presence switch is factory set.

2018 – JEEP COMPASS LIMITED 2.0 DIESEL 4X4      

Last October the Brazilian consumer was the first in the world to receive the new Jeep Compass. Now the average SUV that has become the absolute leader of its segment – a true success story among SUVs – comes to the 2018 lineup with new versions and developments that bring even more technology, style, convenience and off-road capability. The Compass line is even more complete with the Limited Diesel setting. It arrives to be a more sophisticated alternative within the line equipped with the engine 2.0 MultiJet II, of 170 hp and 350 Nm and the transmission of nine speeds. Alongside the Compass Trailhawk, with all its vocation for off-road, this new option forms a pair of top versions. All versions powered by the 2.0-liter Tigershark Flex, up to 166 hp, received the Stop / Start system, an important advance in the field of energy efficiency. Beside the intelligent alternator and fuel pump, which work on demand only when needed, this technology made Compass Flex up to 11% more economical.

More sophistication

Another important innovation is that every Jeep Compass 2018 has compatibility with the Android Auto and Apple Carplay systems as standard, making the efficient Uconnect multimedia hub even better, which is internationally prized for the number of features and ease of use. And in the Sport version, the evolution became more visible, literally, with the current screen switching to a larger, 7.0-inch, high-definition color. The other configurations display the already established 8.4-inch monitor. The graphics have been modernized and are applied to both types of screens. And there are more new standard equipment scattered all over the Compass line: for the Sport, the air conditioner becomes two-zone digital as in other configurations. The Longitude (Flex and Diesel) versions come with leather seats, which can be in the new Ski Graycolor, an elegant light shade of gray available also for Limited options, which continues with the Caramel option in addition to Black (standard in Longitude and Trailhawk). Speaking in color, it is worth highlighting the increased options, with the introduction of the solid Green Recon, recently used in the special 75-year series of the Jeep Renegade, and the metallic Brown Horizon. Other innovations are in the list of options, with electric opening of the trunk lid for the Trailhawk and Limited versions, which can now be equipped with 19-inch wheels married to 235/45 tires – the standard ones are 18 inches paired with 225/55 tires.

National most technological SUV

Apart from all the content that debuts in the 2018 line of the Jeep Compass, the model continues to stand out as the average SUV with the highest level of technology among all manufactured in Brazil. Available for the Limited and Trailhawk versions, the High Tech package is made up of advanced items such as: Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Track Change Tracking (LDW), Automatic High Beam (AHB), Warning and Prevention (FCWP), which includes automatic braking, remote start of the engine and Park Assist semi-automatic parking system, which operates in parallel and perpendicular paths. In addition, there are noteworthy standard equipment for Compass Limited and Trailhawk, such as xenon headlamps and blind spot monitoring (which can be adjusted to give only visual, visual and audible warnings or until switched off). And in the Longitude setting the Keyless Enter ‘n’ Go presence switch is factory set.

2018 – JEEP COMPASS LONGITUDE 2.0 FLEX     

Last October the Brazilian consumer was the first in the world to receive the new Jeep Compass. Now the average SUV that has become the absolute leader of its segment – a true success story among SUVs – comes to the 2018 lineup with new versions and developments that bring even more technology, style, convenience and off-road capability. The Compass line is even more complete with the Limited Diesel setting. It arrives to be a more sophisticated alternative within the line equipped with the engine 2.0 MultiJet II, of 170 hp and 350 Nm and the transmission of nine speeds. Alongside the Compass Trailhawk, with all its vocation for off-road, this new option forms a pair of top versions. All versions powered by the 2.0-liter Tigershark Flex, up to 166 hp, received the Stop / Start system, an important advance in the field of energy efficiency. Beside the intelligent alternator and fuel pump, which work on demand only when needed, this technology made Compass Flex up to 11% more economical.

More sophistication

Another important innovation is that every Jeep Compass 2018 has compatibility with the Android Auto and Apple Carplay systems as standard, making the efficient Uconnect multimedia hub even better, which is internationally prized for the number of features and ease of use. And in the Sport version, the evolution became more visible, literally, with the current screen switching to a larger, 7.0-inch, high-definition color. The other configurations display the already established 8.4-inch monitor. The graphics have been modernized and are applied to both types of screens. And there are more new standard equipment scattered all over the Compass line: for the Sport, the air conditioner becomes two-zone digital as in other configurations. The Longitude (Flex and Diesel) versions come with leather seats, which can be in the new Ski Graycolor, an elegant light shade of gray available also for Limited options, which continues with the Caramel option in addition to Black (standard in Longitude and Trailhawk). Speaking in color, it is worth highlighting the increased options, with the introduction of the solid Green Recon, recently used in the special 75-year series of the Jeep Renegade, and the metallic Brown Horizon. Other innovations are in the list of options, with electric opening of the trunk lid for the Trailhawk and Limited versions, which can now be equipped with 19-inch wheels married to 235/45 tires – the standard ones are 18 inches paired with 225/55 tires.

National most technological SUV

Apart from all the content that debuts in the 2018 line of the Jeep Compass, the model continues to stand out as the average SUV with the highest level of technology among all manufactured in Brazil. Available for the Limited and Trailhawk versions, the High Tech package is made up of advanced items such as: Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Track Change Tracking (LDW), Automatic High Beam (AHB), Warning and Prevention (FCWP), which includes automatic braking, remote start of the engine and Park Assist semi-automatic parking system, which operates in parallel and perpendicular paths. In addition, there are noteworthy standard equipment for Compass Limited and Trailhawk, such as xenon headlamps and blind spot monitoring (which can be adjusted to give only visual, visual and audible warnings or until switched off). And in the Longitude setting the Keyless Enter ‘n’ Go presence switch is factory set.

2019 – JEEP WRANGLER SPORT      

The new generation of the vehicle that best materializes the Jeep spirit debut in Brazil in style. Known also by the JL code, the New Jeep Wrangler brings even more of the unmatched off-road capability, greater use of aluminum in the body, more technology and cab connectivity and an entirely new mechanical set. All with a renovated design, but still faithful to its origins. Now, the Wrangler has the unprecedented 2.0 turbo engine with direct gasoline injection, which yields 272 hp and 400 Nm. Combined with it is a modern eight-speed automatic transmission and 4×4 traction with gearbox. The New Jeep Wrangler will be available in the first half of 2019 on the two- and four-door Unlimited, including – for the first time in the country – the Rubicon version with a series of heavy off-road upgrades

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