The Jeep Compass is known for its SUVs, and this short video shows how well it can handle snowy roads with its 4 × 4 drives.
In this video, the owner of a Jeep Compass highlights its capabilities on snow-covered roads. Jeep is a world-famous SUV manufacturer that can travel anywhere without sweating. His Wrangler is the best SUV in the world that achieves such incredible feats. However, the premium mid-size SUV, the Compass also has some decent SUV kits, especially in the Limited 4 × 4 version, which can conquer harsh terrain.
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Jeep Compass conquers snowy roads
The registration number of the compass in the video is HP (Himachal Pradesh), which is covered with heavy snow in winter. The thick mass of snow on the side of the road and in the middle of the sights shows that this image was taken in the winter. You can see the compass moving on a slope where it stops over new sparks. There is no road to make it easier to walk in the snow. Fresh snow provides much more traction than when it is completely frozen.
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However, the SUV does not lose too much wheel rotation or traction during a short patch. Much depends not only on the capabilities of the car, but also on the drivers. To drive in the mountains, it is necessary to have a qualified driver with experience in driving in the snow. Since the driver looks like a local, he can use all the features of an SUV.
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The SUV in the video is a pre-built model, but has power options similar to the current gen version. This means that the Jeep Compass comes with diesel and petrol power units. Gasoline 160 hp and a 1.4-liter turbocharged unit with a maximum power and torque of 250 Nm. Diesel, on the other hand, produces 168 hp. and comes with a 2.0-liter mill that produces a maximum power and torque of 350 Nm. Both of these engines can be mated to a 6-speed manual or 7-speed DCT transmission. The 4 × 4 drive system is only available with a diesel unit. Prices for the compass start at 18.04 million rupees and go up to 29.59 million rupees in the former exhibition hall.