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The cabin feels extremely premium and well put together

Interiors – There is nothing different on the inside save for the gear-lever. It is a premium and well-appointed cabin. The Limited Plus adds certain goodies like a panoramic sunroof which makes the cabin airier and powered driver’s seat which ensures easy adjustment of the seat. The quality is pretty good and the cabin is ergonomically sound.

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The Limited Plus trim gets a panoramic sunroof and powered driver seat

The Compass lacks connected car features like the Kia Seltos and is also not as spacious as the MG Hector

You get an 8.4-inch touch screen infotainment system that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. It is a fairly slick system but isn’t as intuitive as Kia’s. Further, unlike the MG Hector and Kia Seltos, Jeep is not offering connected tech on the Compass. That might be a bit of a downer as these features are increasingly becoming common in this segment of cars. That said, we like the simple, clear and legible instrument cluster and the chunky steering wheel.

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Tall or more than two passengers might feel tight in the rear seats

Space is not an issue at the front but some may find the second row a bit tight. It is not as spacious as the MG Hector and three people may not be very comfortable over long drives. Jeep is pampering you with the necessary features like dual-zone climate control, automatic headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, auto-dimming inside rear-view mirrors amongst others. Features like an air purifier and ambient lighting are missing. We would’ve also liked to see a darker shade for the interiors as the light grey gets soiled quite easily.