Used 2016 JeepCompass High Altitude SUV

  • VIN: 1C4NJDEB3GD785623
  • Stock: 8695600

Dealer Notes

ONE OWNER....CLEAN AUTOCHECK.....LEATHER TRIMMED BUCKET SEATS.....HEATED FRONT SEATS.....REMOTE START SYSTEM.....POWER EXPRESS OPEN/CLOSE SUNROOF.....POWER 6 WAY DRIVER SEAT.....6.5" TOUCHSCREEN DISPLAY.....PARKVIEW REAR BACKUP CAMERA.....HIGH ALTITUDE PACKAGE.....17" GRANITE ALUMINUM WHEELS.....BRIGHT SIDE ROOF RAILS.....REMOTE USB PORT.....UCONNECT VOICE COMMAND W/ BLUETOOTH.....HARD TO FIND COLOR!!!....IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR WOULD LIKE TO MAKE ARRANGMENTS TO SEE THIS VEHICLE IN PERSON PLEASE USE OUR LIVE CHAT 24/7 365 OR CALL US DIRECTLY.....@814-623-1141
 
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Odometer
26,371 miles
Fuel Economy
20.0/26.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Mojave Sand
Interior Color
Dark Slate Gray
Body/Seating
SUV/5 seats
Drivetrain
four-wheel
Engine
2.4L I-4 cyl
Jeep Compass
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Highlighted Features

  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Heated front seats
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Steering wheel mounted audio controls
  • Rear window wiper
  • Fully automatic headlights

Standard Specifications

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall3.8Out of 5
  • Love it! Perfect First Car

    By Brian on Friday, December 01, 2017

    4.0
    I got my 2016 Jeep Compass in April last year and have loved it ever since. It may not be a mustang, camaro, or a Big Bad Wrangler, but it still is great. I had never heard of the car till we went to look at it. Its almost a year later are we put in an aftermarket radio and subs and now its popin. Plus people just love it because it has the jeep name. I can be your jeep with out the Jeep price.
  • Long trips, short trips and plenty of snow...

    By Paul on Monday, March 11, 2019

    4.0
    My wife and I are first owners on this jeep. Swore yrs. ago to never own one as aside from off-road, all I knew who had 'em, swore at 'em for being so unreliable, but stopped at a Jeep, Dodge, and Ford dealership on the way to check out Kia for a new Sportage as ours was 11 yrs. old at the time. Took out a Latitude with the CVT and after hearing a perpetual trans. sound, drove back to the dealer with no intent of even trying another. My wife spotted a Compass Sport with the 2.0 liter 5-speed stick shift in the lot and she loves driving stick shift so off we went again. The difference was stunning! This Jeep was dead quiet, moved out easily with the standard tranny and was several thousand less then the Latitude. Walked away from it, but within a couple days after testing Honda CR-V and Toyota Rav4...went back to dealer to test again. In short time, we decided this was the best bet. It's been extremely reliable, though FWD, it's been through blizzards, ice, etc. and has gotten us through it all while feeling stable and safe in doing so. Average in Summer is 31-33 and in Winter 29-31. Use Synthetic oil, have changed tires and had front brakes re-done around 50 K. The seats and fabric are both comfortable and "soft touch" , heater comes on strong in Winter and Same goes for AC on my trips to TX and 110 degree days. One of the smoothest transmissions much to the enjoyment of my wife. Lastly, as days get shorter in Winter, have nothing but praise for the excellent headlights as well as the fog lights...this is something few take into consideration, but our Compass we feel is exceptional in this regard.
  • A real Sleeper!

    By Pirate on Sunday, May 06, 2018

    5.0
    I wasnt sure I liked this rig at first after trading in my Liberty CRD I no longer needed. This CVT Compass has a learning curve. Kinda tricky at first given its very quick take off and somewhat delayed accelerated passing response. You have to learn to think ahead always a good idea anyway allowing the CVT to spool and be ready when you have to put full metal to the pedal. Then it takes off like a bandit --kinda scary since you gotta let her wind into the 6500 rpm range and stay there governed! Now were talking sporty! I get ~ 20 town I live up a hill, and 26 - 29 highway 4wd. Very inexpensive to maintain with the 2.4L 4 cyl World Engine. Uses regular oil, oil and filter changes every 3K, 21 @ my dealer, regular spark plugs 35K intervals, and thats it for routine service! The world engine was designed for ruggedness may be turbocharged and simple maintenance. No timing belt worries -- its an oil-bathed steel chain, are the CVT pulleys and chain! The interior is very simple -- the whole inside can be hosed out! No doggy or mud worries. There is a CVT mode that allows paddle-like shift ratio holding as well as a 4wd lock for trail and downhill braking assist. The CVT compass is great in the snow or other slick situations. When the 4wd differential lock is off, there is a slipping indicator in the dash that shows when the AWD drive is automatically engaged when any of the drive wheels slip. I have yet been forced to use 4wd lock system. This crossover compact SUV continues to surprise me and gain my admiration -- and my wife loves it, can we take the jeep?, drivers height and visability are great.

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