2014 Jeep Compass: Photo Gallery

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To the casual observer, the 2014 Jeep Compass may look pretty familiar. Beyond subtle cosmetic updates, most changes are under the hood, notably the available six-speed automatic transmission. It replaces its predecessor's continuously variable automatic transmission.

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When the new Compass finds its way to dealerships in the second quarter of this year, available drivetrains are a 158-horsepower, 2.0-liter four-cylinder or a 172-hp, 2.4-liter four-cylinder. Exterior updates include new grille colors and textures as well as new bezel treatments around headlights, fog lights and taillights; the interior gets chrome accents, a vinyl-wrapped center armrest and updated instrument-panel graphics on upper trim levels.

Check out the gallery below.

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

2014 Jeep Compass

Comments 

Improved. Still lots of wasted space in the gauge cluster. I still hate it for its Caliber roots and the whole soft-roader bit - just a snowy road grcery getter, not a Rubicon challenger. Nice photos though.

Ken L.

I wish these lowly Compass' would stop looking so much like the Grand Cherokees. It's diluting the Grand image of the Grand Cherokee.

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