New 2017 Jeep Compass spyshot reveals rear-end styling
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Will be manufactured and sold in India from Q2 2017.
A new photograph of the 2017 Jeep Compass has surfaced online, revealing its rear three-quarter styling for the first time. The picture was taken during a shoot of its first TVC in Brazil.
The model spotted is the top-end ‘Limited’ grade, which features dual-tone exterior color option with thick chrome window embellishers and bright silver alloy rims. The rear-end features wraparound LED taillamps and a roof spoiler.
A gallery of images from yesterday have also revealed the front-end, which features the characteristic Jeep grille flanked by small projector headlamps with LED DRLs, Grand Cherokee-inspired bumper design, and a contoured engine hood.
The new Jeep Compass is expected to go on sale in Brazil from early 2017. As for the Indian market, FCA India has confirmed that it will enter production at the FCA-Tata JV plant in Ranjangaon, Maharashtra, from Q2 2017. From India it will also be exported to other right-hand drive markets.
2017 Jeep Compass – Image Gallery
[Source: Passione Auto Italiane on Instagram]