The India-spec Compass Trailhawk misses out on the front tow hooks.
Debuts the diesel-AT combo; a 170hp, BS6 2.0-litre paired to a 9-speed automatic.
Ground clearance is 27mm more than the standard Compass.
Reprofiled front and rear bumpers improve approach and departure angles.
Jeep’s Active Drive 4x4 system is standard.
The coveted Trail-Rated badge is well-earned.
The international-spec Jeep Compass Trailhawk
The standard Compass side-by-side with the hadrcore Trailhawk version (both models are international-spec).
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