Jeep India will introduce yet another model to the range of its best-selling SUV, with the Compass facelift release still some time away. Called the Compass Night Eagle, it will likely launch in India in the coming weeks. The Compass Night Eagle was first introduced in Brazilian markets in 2017, accompanied by a Geneva International Motor Show 2019 showcase.
The Jeep Compass Night Eagle, which is primarily focused on the India-spec Compass mid-spec Longitude Plus model, is currently on sale in European and South American markets. On the outside, in addition to a Night Eagle badge, it gets multiple dual-tone color options, black chrome accents for the grille, and black-out treatment for the bezel fog lamp, window surrounds and tailgate badge. Overall it also sports an improved collection of 18-inch polished gloss black spokes.
The design includes black highlights with fabric and leather upholstery and piano across the AC pipes, panoramic sunroof and 8.4-inch touchscreen display. The Compass Night Eagle shares its equipment with the variant Longitude Plus on features half. This means you’ll get bi-xenon HID headlamps, front corner fog lamps, dual-zone climate control, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto touchscreen, keyless entry and exit, sensor reverse parking camera, electronic parking brake, and cruise control (AT only).
The Compass Night Eagle will be powered by the same 2.0-liter diesel (173PS/350Nm) and a 1.4-liter (163PS/250Nm) petrol unit. A 7-speed DCT is normal on the petrol engine while a 6-speed manual or an automatic 9-speed torque converter may be used to provide the diesel. A 4WD setup with a diesel engine would be on sale.