2009 Jeep Compass
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2009 Jeep Compass
2009 Jeep ® Compass
Shown left to right: Jeep ® Commander Overland in Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl, Compass Limited in Light Sandstone Metallic, Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon in Detonator Yellow, Liberty Limited in Deep Water Blue Pearl, Patriot Limited in Jeep ® Green Metallic, Wrangler Rubicon in Flame Red, and Grand Cherokee Overland in Bright Silver Metallic.
Climb into a dirt-throwing, snow-gripping, hill-defying, road-embracing, story-collecting Jeep ® vehicle and thrills are guaranteed. For over 65 years, we’ve been taking fun-lovers to some of the world’s most adventurous destinations. Every Jeep vehicle is purpose-built to put a world of excitement within easy grasp, giving you permission to confidently go where others may fear to tread. Today, discover what’s new with a legendary lineup that includes Jeep Wrangler, Wrangler Unlimited, Patriot, Grand Cherokee, Commander, Compass and Liberty. Leave it to a Jeep vehicle as nimble and efficient as Compass to expose an entirely new generation of Jeep 4×4 enthusiasts to a confidence and capability that opens the world to new adventures on a daily basis. jeep.com/compass 7 vehicles. 1 purpose.
Jeep ® Compass Limited shown in Inferno Red Crystal Pearl.
“On-road comfort and convenience.” — Kelley Blue Book’s kbb.com (1) When challenging road conditions gurgle and churn between home and your favorite pre-work coffee shop, your vehicle must possess a level of determination equal to yours, with a great deal of capability to boot. Here stands the 2009 Jeep ® Compass, ready to take on mud, sleet, snow and sand to save the day of any adventure lover on a mission. Here’s how: The available Freedom-Drive I active full-time four-wheel-drive (4WD) system features an Electronically Controlled Coupling (ECC), which constantly monitors wheel slippage and transfers torque to the axle that can use it most. During high-traction driving, like on the highway, the system transfers virtually no torque to the rear axle for improved fuel economy (2) but instantly transfers torque to the rear wheels when conditions call for it. And in tough conditions, the system can be locked 50/50 front/rear for added capability and control. A four-wheel independent suspension, with MacPherson struts up front and a multilink system in the rear, also works to ensure conta