Jeep Compass Night Eagle launched in India at Rs. 21.95 Lakh
Jeep India has launched the Compass Night Eagle in India, with prices starting at Rs 21.95 lakh (ex-showroom). This special edition of the Compass SUV gets an all black theme on the interior and exterior styling. Jeep also says that the launch of the Compass Night Eagle trim comes as the company has been observing strong demand for the Jeep Compass portfolio, especially for the Trailhawk variant, whose waiting period has now grown to almost four months. Since its launch in February 2022, the ‘Trail Rated’ trim of the Jeep Compass SUV has received significant demand from across the broad spectrum of automotive enthusiasts in the country — as evidenced in the first batch being sold-out within two months.
In terms of exterior styling the Jeep Compass Night Eagle gets a gloss-black finish on the grille, grille rings, 18-inch alloy wheels, roof rail, ORVMs, and the fog lamp bezels. Everything on this version is neatly blacked out in premium dark finish. On the interiors the 2022 Jeep Compass Night Eagle variant comes with piano black interior complemented by black cloth vinyl seats with light tungsten stitching and black vinyl inserts on the door trim and the instrument panel. Also on the feature list of this variant is a 10.1-inch infotainment system, a seven-inch instrument cluster, dual-zone climate control, hill start assist, traction control, Electronic Stability Control (ESC), and an electronic parking brake.
Powering the Jeep Compass Night Eagle variant is the 1.4-litre Multi-Air turbo-petrol engine paired to a seven-speed DCT unit and for diesel lovers you have the 2.0-litre Multi-Jet diesel motor mated to a six-speed manual transmission.]
Commenting on the occasion, Nipun J Mahajan, Head of the Jeep brand in India, said, “The Jeep Compass Night Eagle brings a new level of boldness and elegance with its all-black styling. The high demand for the Trailhawk, which was sold out in two months of launch, is testimony to the excitement for the Jeep Compass range and we expect to see similar enthusiasm for the Night Eagle.”