Now that Jeep has released Compass pricing, the natural question is — what about the options?

On the Sport, going with an automatic (a six-speed Aisin) adds $1,500 to the price. The cold weather group adds $700-$800, and a compact spare is $245. A Sport Appearance package adds $600, and the Tech Group brings in $500. Fleets can get AC outlets, rear parking assistance, and eight-way power driver’s seats at reasonable prices.

Colors for the Sport are silver, black, gray metallic, Jazz Blue and Laser Blue, olive green, red, orange, and white.

With the Latitude, the advanced safety group is $900, Beats Audio is $700, the full sunroof is $1,300, and navigation is $1,000. A power liftgate adds $500, and the eight-way driver’s seat is $245 (including a six way manual passenger seat). Safety and Security adds $800-$900.  Two-tone paint becomes possible — with black as the secondary color.

Trailhawk options include the advanced safety and lighting group ($900), Beats audio ($700), cold weather group ($200-$745), sunroof ($1,300), leather ($1,300), navigation power liftgate, safety and security group, and trailer towing ($400).

The Limited has relatively few options — big wheels ($900), advanced safety and lighting ($900), Beats ($700), compact spare, sunroof, navigation, power liftgate, safety and security group ($745), and trailer towing ($500).

The cold weather group includes all season floor mats, heated front seats and steering wheel, remote start, reversible cargo mat/carpet, and windshield wiper de-icer.

The safety and lighting group includes HID headlights, advanced brake assist, full-speed collision warning plus (FWD only), lane departure warning, LED tail lamps, and auto-dim rear view mirror.

The trailer towing group includes a four-pin harness, Class III hitch, and full size temporary spare.  The navigation group includes CarPlay and Android Auto.  The Tech Group includes a satellite radio and rear parking assistance.