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Adventure is waiting for those bold enough to seek it. When there’s exploration to be done, then you’ll need a powerful and capable SUV on your side to get you where you need to be in Fenton, Howell, and Swartz Creek MI. Two models you’ll see on the road are the Jeep Compass and Subaru Crosstrek, but which one is a better fit for you and your active lifestyle?
At LaFontaine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram (CDJR) of Fenton , we know how important it is to research your next SUV before deciding. That’s why we’ve made this Jeep Compass vs. Subaru Crosstrek comparison. Read on to learn what we found!
Your vehicle’s engine is the heart of its entire operation. Drivers planning on heading out to see what the world has in store for them will want a robust and capable engine on their side. Simply put, the more strength under the hood, the better.
The Subaru Crosstrek does its best to provide a smooth drive between destinations. The standard 2.0L engine offers a solid performance as it generates 152 horsepower and 145 lb-ft of torque. While durable, there are certainly stronger and more capable motors out there.
When it comes to raw power, the Jeep Compass firmly plants itself in the lead. The standard 2.0L Turbo engine provides a solid punch every time you settle in for a drive. It outputs an impressive 200 horsepower and 221 lb-ft of torque. Thanks to this bold engine, you can take on more of what the open road has in store.
Jeep Active Drive Low 4x4 is the foundation of the Compass. This available drivetrain makes rock crawling and obstacle maneuvering a breeze. Add the Selec-Terrain® Traction Management System into the mix, and you’ll be able to adapt to any trek or trail.
The Crosstrek is equally capable thanks to standard Subaru Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive. In concert with optional X-MODE®, it enables you to confidently navigate roads during inclement weather. The Jeep’s 4-wheel drive system may be better suited for off-road travel.
If you want to take an epic trip and make it even more memorable, then you’ll want to have all the necessities along for the ride. Whether that’s backpacks and tents, kayaks, or years of survival tactics you learned as a scout, you’ll want to have more possibilities for your adventure.
The Subaru Crosstrek is graded for towing. You’ll be able to take a few of your favorite things with you, as it can tow up to 1,500 pounds of trailer weight when properly equipped. You’ll be ready to bring along the essentials, although you may have to leave some things behind.
The Jeep Compass, on the other hand, is built with thrill-seekers in mind. Thanks to its powerful engineering, you can tow more of your important equipment. When properly configured, the Jeep Compass can tow up to 2,000 pounds! Go on, hitch up your pop-up camper or small boat.
That extra 500 pounds can be a real difference-maker on your next journey. More gear means more fun and a more memorable journey. Look to the Jeep Compass for bringing extra fun on your adventures.
It’s clear that both the Jeep and the Subaru are built to be out in nature. However, with the Jeep Compass Trailhawk, you gain legendary off-road capability. This Jeep trim wears a Trail Rated® badge proudly. This badge signifies how well the Compass fares in these categories:
Although the Subaru Crosstrek is built with many features to deliver a confident off-roading experience, the Jeep’s Trail Rated® badge offers up the ultimate reassurance you crave when stuck between a rock and a hard place.
The road to adventure may be a long one. After all, you want to explore all of Mother Nature’s creations. To keep you entertained and protected on the roads and on the trails, these SUVs have a slew of infotainment and safety reinforcements.
You’ll find a touchscreen display in either SUV; however, the Jeep’s may be easier to navigate due to its impressive size. The Compass’ 10.1-inch Uconnect® 5 display is the largest in its segment! Plus, it pairs with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ to ensure you’re entertained mile after mile.
While the Subaru Crosstrek offers similar smartphone integration, it only has a 6.5-inch display on its base model. An upgrade grows the platform to eight inches, which still pales in comparison to the Jeep’s standard screen.
To get a glimpse at harder-to-see areas, the Jeep offers Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Path Detection. This feature instills confidence when you’re ready to merge lanes on the highway or back out of a spot in a busy parking lot. The Subaru has a comparable feature that’s optional.
The Jeep Compass also equips standard Active Lane Management and Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking, which are available on the Subaru Crosstrek.
When it comes to power and possibility, the Jeep Compass comes out on top. Drivers in Fenton, Howell, and Swartz Creek MI can look forward to more fun-filled trips to come. See this SUV for yourself with a test drive at LaFontaine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram (CDJR) of Fenton today!
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