The Jeep Compass has been presented to the market in three models, first is the Compass Sport, second is the Compass Latitude, and last is the Compass Limited. The engine specifications of the compass Sport and Compass latitude are similar. Both the models have a 2000 cubic centimetre capacity engine, which can give out a power of 158 stallions.
The other engine has a 2400 cubic centimetres engine capacity, which can deliver a power output of 170 horsepower. It can give a torsional force of 165 pounds-feet. These models have an engine that is couple to a five-speed automatic transmission, while the six-speed auto transmission.
The car can run for 23 miles by consuming just a unit of fuel, when the car is running in a city; while the car would run for 30 miles by consuming the same amount of power when it is on a highway. Whole the 2400 cubic centimetres capacity engine would run for 23 miles when running in a city by consuming just a unit of fuel, while it can run for 28 miles when running on a highway by consuming a unit of fuel. The two models of the vehicle have a four-wheel drive locking mechanism. This mechanism keeps the vehicle moving in sand and mud. Both 4x4 systems include a 4-wheel-drive lock mode to help power through deep snow, mud or sand.