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2010 Jeep Compass Points You In The Right Direction


2010 Jeep Compass

2010 Jeep Compass

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No G.I. will ever forget their first riding experience in a Jeep. The 2010 Jeep Compass Limited 4x4 will bring back that extrinsic feeling in your first ride and point your family in the right economic direction as an all purpose one car family vehicle.

Jeep has that rugged, ready for any terrain take on feeling. In or out of the city you can hear the hard work of the 2.4-liter engine while bathing in a luxury comfort no G.I. ever experienced in service. However, the security and independent superiority of the road will be the same--in just one car.

Master of all types of terrain, the 2010 Jeep Compass Limited 4x4 comes with creature comforts like a full-length floor console with sliding arm rests. This is a car that's actually a city street and safe off-road vehicle. One feels the grip of the wheels in a torrential rain in town, as well as the tight pull of all the tires on any muddy or gravelly path. Getting to the mountains and muddy streams crossing  is actually fun.

The size is very deceiving for this family accommodating Jeep 2010 Compass Limited. Parking is not a problem as it can be easily manuvered in even a compact car space with room to exit and no rear butt sticking out.

"It's a beautiful car" said the account receivable officer of a plant service company. She was admiring the Optic Green Metallic clear coat color. No  doubt green with envy and hoping for a test drive. Jeep has definitely 'got game' with its paint selections for the 2010 Jeep Compass Limited 4x4. No more army ash, only digital delight in sight.

There's power all over the car as you would expect from the only car that has actually help win a war--but this power is used for peace of mind. There are power windows with driver's one touch down feature, speed sensitive power door locks, power heated fold away mirrors, 12 volt auxiliary power outlet, plus a 115 volt auxiliary power outlet and six-way power driver seat and power accessory outlay.

A lift steering column, manual driver lumbar adjustment and heated front seats and steering wheel mounted audio controls are pleasures no soldier ever got in battle.

There is more. Think about a leather wrapped steering wheel and the captain would have commanded that he do the driving. Sirius satellite radio will be running 24/7 so no excuses for not finding the right grooves.

In the process of conquering all terrain, the 2010 Jeep Compass Limited 4x4 has 18 inch aluminum wheels and performance tires. The 2010 Jeep Compass is easy to drive with autostick automatic transmission, GPS navigation and a 5.5 inch touchscreen display.

You can feel the power, comfort and safety in the 2010 Jeep Compass Limited 4x4. There is a security and convience group package with a remote start system, supplemental front seat mounted side air bags and security alarm.

A Compass will not only point you in the right direction in this war like economic environment with its cost saving 21/24 mpg city/highway fuel economy, but also provide safe passage on or off the road--so it can point you in the right direction for a one car family selection in these very trying economic times.

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  1. Your presentation on Jeep Compass is right. You gave an awesome information which I have already felt.
    Last month I drive that one which gave a great pleasure to me. Its powerful engine and comforted driving gave us a real pleasure in the Journey.
    Cool.. promote more on SUV models if you have.
     
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