|Jeep Compass Concept|
|aka||Type aka here, not up there|
|Introduction||2002 at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, Michigan (re-introduced in 2005 as a production-intent concept)|
|Body Style||2-Door Crossover Utility Vehicle (SUV)|
|Engine||2.0L High-Output Inline Four-Cylinder (I4) from the Dodge Neon|
|Power|| 140 hp @ 6,500 rpm|
Unknown lb-ft of torque @ 6,500 rpm
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The Jeep Compass Concept was released at the 2002 Detroit Auto Show as a production-intent model. Based on a platform similar to that of the Jeep Liberty that had been introduced the year prior, the Compass was a small Crossover Utility Vehicle (CUV).
The Compass originally got its name because of an integrated directional compass. The word 'Compass' was engraved into the rear bumper with a model-specific logo. The Compass had a rigid roof with an integrated roof rack. The exterior and interior were both of a light green color.
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Design quirks and odditiesEdit
The production Jeep Compass did not have a rigid roof, or an integrated directional compass. It did, however, have 'Compass' engraved into the rear bumper with a model-specific logo. It also followed the same basic design as the concept from 2002, and offered similarly-styled alloy wheels and body-colored accents.
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