Interiors – Step inside the Jeep Compass Trailhawk and the first thing you notice is that the white upholstery has made way for an all-black interior which not only looks sportier but is also not as prone to dirt. The cabin has a feeling of premiumness and feels well put together. The layout remains the same as the regular Compass but of course, there’s a new gear lever for the AT and a bunch of additional buttons for the 4WD mode. Ergonomics also remain more or less the same.
Apart from an all-black interior and a new gear lever, the cabin is similar to the regular Compass; still feels premium
In terms of tech, the Trailhawk gets an 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen infotainment system which gets Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth and navigation. Sound quality from the 6 speakers is pretty good though you might have to play around with the bass/treble settings to get the desired output. The instrument cluster is neat and Jeep has provided a 7-inch colour display which showcases various info about the vehicle. The SUV also gets a panoramic sunroof and a dual-zone automatic climate control system. The Compass finally gets a push button start and cruise control.
Nothing has changed in terms of space and storage in the cabin. The seats are well-shaped offering a comfortable seating position with good bolstering and decent headroom and leg space. At the rear also, you have enough space but fitting 3 full-sized adults could turn out to be a bit tight. With ample storage spaces in the cabin and a large boot, the Compass is a very practical car.