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Clear spy shot: Jeep Compass mule?

These spy shots were captured by Allpar’s own David Zatz; the car in question is a mule with a Jeep front, which appears to be the size and shape of the forthcoming 2015 Jeep Compass. Whether it is or not is hard to tell, since Chrysler is ever more secretive.

RedRiderBob wrote, “Expect for a vehicle that is built to be a 80% on road 20% off road vehicle but still have Trail Rated offerings.”

There are two sets of insider comments, one saying it would “look very much like the current Patriot in shape and size but mixed just slightly with the soft lines of the old Jeep Renegade and Willys2 concepts” and the other saying it looks like an Alfa Romeo Giulietta with a Grand Cherokee/Compass front clip.

The Compass/Patriot successor and an Alfa Romeo CUV are to be closely related and all are built on CUSW, the same platform as the Dodge Dart, as is Liberty. The “Compatriot” would likely be front wheel drive and all wheel drive, lighter in weight and duty cycle than Liberty, and smaller — C class versus D class.


Mopar shaker hoods now at dealers

The new bolt-on Mopar Challenger Shaker Hood Kit is now available at dealers. A bit of vintage design on modern cars, it...

Viper: Fastest car of 2014?

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Forty-three of the country’s fastest track cars descended upon Virginia International Raceway on July 18 for the Tire Rack Ultimate Track Car...

Next ProMaster(?) and new Fiat van

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While the new Ram ProMaster is still getting established in the North American market, a new Ducato, the basis for the ProMaster,...

New vehicle recalls for Chrysler, Jeep & Ram

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Chrysler Group will proactively recall an undetermined number of 2006-2007 Jeep Commanders and 2005-2007 Grand Cherokees in connection with an investigation of...

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