The revised Jeep Compass looks very similar to the outgoing model at first glance, but a closer look shows the long list of modifications the SUV has got. First up, with the lower bit being more angular than before, the headlamps get slight style tweaks. The headlamp inserts are also new and, in most models across the range, full-LED units are planned.
The height of the grille remains the same. The seven-slat standard, though, gets modifications and more prominent honeycomb-like inserts. With a contrast-black insert located above the front air-dam that runs end-to – end and ties all fog lamp units, the front bumper is all new. There is no special housing for LED daytime running lamps in the new bumper, which means that they can now be incorporated into the headlight units for all models.
Images of the latest Compass Trailhawk show that, much like its ancestor, the durable version of the modified SUV would come with a special front bumper style. The 2021 Compass Trailhawk gets an all-black grille, a dual-tone hood and gets the red hooks of the company upfront as well. New-look alloy wheels also get the refreshed Compass Trailhawk.
At the rear, there aren’t many improvements seen, except slightly reprofiled tail-lamps with new inserts and blackened parts. It seems that the rear bumper is similar to the outgoing model. As far as dimensions go, due to a revised front bumper style, the new Compass is supposed to be marginally longer than the outgoing model.