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The 2023 Jeep Compass may not be the most popular Jeep, but it is the second-cheapest model after the Renegade. It can get rather pricey if you’re not careful, though, especially if you’re interested in the highest trim and all the available extras. Here’s how much you can expect to pay, as well as which trim is the best for the price.

The 2023 Jeep Compass has several trims to choose from

The 2023 Jeep Compass comes with a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four engine, which produces 200 horsepower and 221 lb-ft of torque. This is paired with an eight-speed automatic 8F30 transmission. 

For the base trim, you’ll get the Uconnect® 5 with a 10.1-Inch Touch Screen Display, cloth low-back bucket seats, and all-season tires. You’ll also be signed up for the Jeep Wave for up to 36 months.

Car and Driver was impressed with the legroom in the back for passengers and pointed out that it’s a comfortable ride, even on long drives. However, there isn’t much room for groceries or luggage, so if you have a large family that wants to bring along a ton of extra goodies, you may want to consider a larger vehicle.

If you want extras, you’ll have to pay for a package that offers it or go for a higher trim. Jeep reports there are eight trim levels on the 2023 Jeep Compass. They are the Sport ($28,400), Latitude ($32,890), Latitude Lux ($34,390), Altitude ($34,785), Limited ($35,745), Trailhawk ($36,490), RED ($38,335), and the High Altitude ($39,235). 

How much does a fully loaded 2023 Jeep Compass cost, and what do you get?

The 2023 Jeep Compass High Altitude has a lot of available features. There are three color options you can choose from that will increase the price by $495. These are the Diamond Black Crystal Pearl-Coat, the Billet Silver Metallic Clear-Coat with Black Clear-Coat, and the Redline Pearl-Coat Exterior Paint with Black Clear-Coat Exterior. 

The Driver Assist Group costs $2,640. This package has a suite of safety features that will make driving easier than ever. It will add a 360 Surround View Camera System, Highway Assist System, Parallel & Perpendicular Park & Unpark-Assist, ParkSense Front and Rear Park-Assist System, Traffic Sign Recognition, Universal Garage-Door Opener, and the Wireless Charging Pad. 

A second package is the Elite Interior Group High Altitude. This package is more focused on creature comforts. It increases the price by $1,645 and adds Driver-Seat Memory, a Foot Activated Open ‘N Go Liftgate, an 8-Way Power Adjustable Front Passenger Seat, Power 2-Way Passenger Lumbar Adjust, a Power Liftgate, Premium Leather-Trimmed Bucket Seats, a Reversible Carpet / Vinyl Cargo-Mat, and Second Row Charge-Only USB Type A and C Ports.

In total, the costs of a new fully loaded 2023 Jeep Compass with all the extras will raise the price from $39,235 to $43,615. This is an increase of $4,380. It would be best if you also considered that there might be a delivery fee, among other various dealer fees.

This is the best Compass trim level for the price

Given how much money you’d be investing by getting all the upgrades, you may be better off skipping the Jeep Compass altogether and going with something a little more exciting, like the Jeep Wrangler. However, if you must have the Compass, the best trim would be the Sport. Car and Driver recommends it because it’s affordable, offers AWD, and has plenty of safety features like forward collision warning and blind spot monitoring. For the price, the Sport is hard to beat.

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