2015 Jeep Compass Values
Select a 2015 Jeep Compass trim level
2015 model year changes
All-wheel drive is now available on the Altitude and High Altitude trims. Otherwise, the Compass is basically the same as its 2014 predecessor.
Versatile layout for people and gear; maneuverability and parking ease; some innovative features; serious off-road ability in an affordable, compact package
Special features for 2015
Along with the closely related Jeep Patriot, the Jeep Compass is one of the lowest-priced off-road-capable utility vehicles on the market when you get it with the optional Freedom Drive II Off-Road Package, yet it packs that in a vehicle that rides and handles for the most part like a car. Ease of parking and maneuverability are strengths for this model, and it's also reasonably fuel-efficient at an EPA-estimated 30 mpg. The Compass can optioned to tow up to 2,000 pounds--enough for a couple of jet-skis.
One of the few Jeep vehicles that does not offer full power accessories as a standard base trim option, the Jeep Compass is an affordable five-passenger crossover SUV that’s ideal for entry-level buyers. The base model includes 16” alloy wheels, fog lights, roof rails, A/C, 60/40-splitrear bench, a four-speaker stereo system and a standard household plug outlet (115-volt). Upgrades will get you necessities like full power accessories, larger wheels (17” or 18”), a colored rear bumper, mesh upholstery and optional heated seats in the front. You can also add other upgrades like climate control, 6.5” touchscreen console with GPS, tow hooks, winches and many others, including a sunroof and a nine-speaker stereo system with speakers in the liftgate that flip-out. The Compass is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 158 horsepower and 141 pound-feet of torque. This can be upgraded to a zippier 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 172 hp and 165 lb-ft of torque. Jeep’s standard 36-month/36,000-mile warranty can be extended to a longer term.