Jeep Compass VS SKODA OCTAVIA SCOUT
Jeep Compass 2018 VS SKODA OCTAVIA SCOUT 2018
2018 Jeep Compass VS 2018 SKODA OCTAVIA SCOUT
2018 Jeep Compass:
Vehicle Summary: The Compass is one of Jeep’s most affordable SUVs, slotting above the Renegade in price but below the more expensive Wrangler, Cherokee, and flagship Grand Cherokee. The Compass replaces the outgoing and dated last-generation Compass and Patriot models. The new Compass is a good bet for those who do not need the size and capability of the larger Cherokee but want something bigger than the subcompact Renegade. Overview: With the release of the all-new Compass for the 2017 model year, changes to the 2018 Jeep Compass will likely include minor feature additions, a limited-edition model, and 1-2 new exterior colors — we’ll update this space as soon as we have official info. The powertrains will likely carry over and, for the 2017 model year, include the 180-hp 2.4-liter I-4 that comes mated to a nine-speed automatic, six-speed automatic, or six-speed manual. Expect to see the return of Jeep Active Drive and Jeep Active Drive Low all-wheel-drive systems. Jeep will probably retain the current Compass trims (Sport, Latitude, Trailhawk, and Limited) but may add a new luxurious or off-road trim. In the next few years, we hope to see a more powerful engine offered, after the slow acceleration we experienced in our First Drive review...
2018 SKODA OCTAVIA:
I can't figure out if the 2018 Skoda Octavia looks more like an ant, an alien or a spider. Whatever your eyes tell you about it, there’s one thing for sure: the Czech brand’s mid-size model remains an intriguing car in the market, and with the updated 2018 version (yes, 2018 already), there’s better equipment and plenty of new trinkets to choose from. Bear with me – this is going to get pretty speccy, pretty quick. Our car had plenty of jewellery; the Octavia 110TSI wagon with the brand’s DSG dual-clutch automatic has a list price of $27,990 plus on-road costs. It’s the most affordable auto wagon you can get. There’s an auto liftback sedan for $24,990, and if you can deal with a manual, you can lop $2000 off the price of either body-style. Seems like pretty good value, especially when you consider the standard equipment you get in the 110TSI. There’s adaptive cruise control, forward collision alert and autonomous emergency braking, driver fatigue monitoring, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, a new rear-view mirror with multi-view modes, and nine airbags (dual front, front side, rear side, curtain and driver’s knee coverage). That’s just the safety stuff. You also get convenience items like a leather-wrapped steering wheel, dual-zone climate control with rear seat vents, a new 8.0-inch touchscreen media unit with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and voice control, and an umbrella under the front passenger-side seat. Buuuuuut there are some items on our tester that make it feel more like a luxury-spec model rather than a base variant. And it has a price to reflect that...
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