Seven Seat Jeep Compass Spotted Testing For The First Time


Seven Seat Jeep Compass Spotted Testing For The First Time
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06 Dec, 2019 Uploaded by: Mick Presentation
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nly a few days ago, FCA was spotted testing a brand new three-row SUV putting legitimacy into the speculations of the return of the Wagoneer range, which could be offered in a standard specification as well as a more upscale Grand Wagoneer variant rivalling the likes of Range Rover series. An international website known as Auto Esporte has come up with another set of spy images that do not look like the spied Wagoneer. This is mainly due to the dark camouflage the prototype is wearing and it could be hiding a brand new body underneath judging by its unusually boxy appearance. Currently, in its early stages of testing, the images fuel the rumours of the existence of the seven-seater Compass instead. The India-bound version of the seven-seat Compass is internally called the Low-D and is said to have plenty in common with its five-seater sibling. In contrary, the spy shots taken in Brazil indicate that the seven-seater SUV will have a longer wheelbase compared to the regular Compass. The website further goes on to say that the seven-seat Jeep SUV will have a different steering gear and suspension altogether along with a modified platform. The SUV will have the Small Wide architecture as the base, however, and is also used in models like the Renegade and Toro in global markets. The existing Compass’ length of 4.41 metres and the wheelbase of 2.63 metres will be stretched to accommodate the third row.


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