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Compass for Canadians

by David Zatz on

Yesterday, we listed prices for US Jeep Compasses, but what of Canadians — the second largest market for Jeep, Dodge, and Chrysler? Today, we have both prices and gas mileage.

First, prices (all in Canadian dollars, and not including destination). The Sport starts at $24,900, with the AWD adding $2,500.

The next model up, the North, is $28,395; that adds the six-speed automatic, Stop/Start (except with AWD), 17-inch silver wheels, automatic headlamps, nice LED interior lighting, roof rails, body-color mirrors, deep tint glass, fog and cornering lamps, keyless entry with pushbutton start, and some other niceties. AWD costs around $1,000 on this.

The next two levels both have AWD included — the luxury Limited, at $34,895, and the capable Trailhawk, at $32,895.

As for fuel economy, in liters per 100 km, the FWD manual is 10.4 city, 7.3 highway; the FWD automatic is 10.6 city, 7.6 highway. The AWD cars both get 10.8 city, but the six speed is rated at 7.6 highway while the nine speed goes up to 7.8 highway.

Want mpg? Try 27/39 for the stick, 27/37 for the six speed FWD, 26/37 for the six speed AWD, and 26/36 for the nine-speed automatic (AWD only). Canadian test numbers are still very optimistic compared with American tests.

Buyers can get a backup camera on any Compass (standard on Limited and Trailhawk); but most other option groups aren’t sold with the Sport.

David Zatz founded Allpar in 1998 (based on a site he had begun in 1993-94), after years of writing reviews for retail trades. He has been quoted by the New York Times, the Daily Telegraph, the Detroit News, and USA Today. Before making Allpar a full-time career, he was a consultant in organizational psychology. You can reach him by using our contact form (much preferred) or by calling (313) 766-2304


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