The Jeep Compass Trailhawk becomes a show car to showcase Mopar accessories

The Jeep Compass Trailhawk becomes a show car to showcase Mopar accessories


Available in Jeep Experience versions, the Compass Trailhawk features Mopar accessories, including raised floor mats, a rear winch, among other things.

The Jeep Compass Trailhawk with several Mopar accessories makes a name for itself in Jeep Experience offerings. The show car in Sting Gray has a higher suspension, off-road tires and stickers available on all versions of the mid-size SUV.

The Compass Trailhawk received a decal from the accessory line on the underside of the doors.

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Inside, the highlight of the accessory line are rubber mats with wide creases for easy cleaning and to prevent dirt from falling onto the carpet.

In addition to floor mats, the Jeep Compass Trailhawk Mopar features an integrated towbar, front and rear mudguards and roof racks.

The Compass Trailhawk Mopar also features exclusive equipment such as a K&N air filter, front winch and Yokohama Geolandar A/T tires in size 245/65 R17, a stylish sticker in the center with the MOPAR name embossed and on the rear window. The show car’s wheels are the same as the Trailhawk version, but painted in graphite. The original suspension was raised by 3.81 cm, giving 24.91 cm of free time relative to the ground.

Mopar Compass Trailhawk Engine

The show car had no engine changes and retains the 2.0 Turbo Diesel TD350 with a power of 170 hp at 3,750 rpm and a maximum torque of 38.7 kgfm at 1,750 rpm. It is mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission. The SUV has the impressive Jeep Active Drive Low 4×4 system and has a terrain selector with a unique Rock (Selec-Terrain) mode.

commercial version

Among the main equipment of Jeep The Compass Trailhawk TD350 in the commercial version is a hood sticker, 17” diamond wheels with mixed-use tires, sump guard, protective tank, transmission protection, full-size spare tire, and off-road suspension. In addition to the terrain selector, it has a unique “Rock” mode, for maximum off-road capability. It is worth mentioning that this version leaves the factory with the Trail Rated Seal, which confirms the distinction reserved for models in the Jeep range with the greatest off-road capabilities. Before earning the badge, the models are pushed to the limit to test their performance in five key areas: traction, wading depth, handling, articulation and ground clearance.

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