Jeep Meridian vs Jeep Compass Comparison

Jeep Meridian vs Jeep Compass comparison puts the two models against each other on aspects like prices, specifications, features and mileage.

Jeep India has launched a new three-row SUV in the India called the Meridian. It combines power-packed specs with comfort and sophistication. The premium SUV is aimed at the automotive aficionados in the country. However, it retains the authentic Jeep DNA. While the deliveries will start on June 2022, the Jeep Meridian is likely to arrive in Jeep brand dealerships across India by mid-May. It will compete with the likes of the petrol-only Skoda Kodiaq, diesel-only MG Gloster and the Toyota Fortuner. Let’s do a quick Jeep Meridian vs Jeep Compass comparison and see which model is a better option!

jeep meridian vs jeep compass

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Jeep Meridian vs Jeep Compass Price Comparison

Jeep CompassPrice (ex-showroom)
Sport Petrol MTRs17.79 Lakh
Sport Petrol DCTRs 20.37 Lakh
Longitude (O) Petrol DCTRs 22.09 Lakh
Limited (O) PetrolRs 24.19 Lakh
Model S PetrolRs 26.34 Lakh
Sport Diesel MTRs 19.49 Lakh
Longitude (O) Diesel MTRs 21.29 Lakh
Limited (O) Diesel MTRs 23.39 Lakh
Limited (O) Diesel 4×4 ATRs 27.19 Lakh
Model S Diesel MTRs 24.5 Lakh
Model S Diesel 4×4 ATRs 28.29 Lakh
Trailhawk 4×4 Diesel ATRs 30.72 Lakh

As of now, the price of the Jeep Meridian has not been revealed. However, it is likely to cost Rs 25.00 – 35.00 lakh. Currently, the Jeep Compass costs Rs 17.79 lakh – Rs 30.72 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

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Specifications

Jeep Meridian vs Jeep Compass Specifications

Specs2022 Jeep MeridianJeep Compass
Engine2.0L Turbo Diesel2.0L Diesel
Power170hp172PS
Torque350Nm350Nm
Transmission9 speed automatic/6 speed manual6-speed manual/ 9-speed automatic

The Jeep Meridian is powered by a 2.0L Turbo Diesel engine (170hp/ 350Nm) with a 9 speed automatic/6 speed manual powertrain. It will be available in 4X4 all-wheel drive and a 4X2 variant. The new model can go from 0 to 100kmph in 10.8 seconds. It can reach up to a top speed of 198kmph. Drive modes include Auto, Sand, Snow, and Mud.

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On the other hand, the Jeep Compass is powered by a 1.4-litre turbo-petrol engine that offers 163PS of power and 250Nm of torque. A 2-litre diesel unit produces 172PS and 350Nm. Both engines are paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. However, while the turbo-petrol engine has a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic option, the diesel gets a 9-speed automatic option. The diesel models also get The AWD (all-wheel-drive).

Design and Features

Jeep MeridianJeep Compass
Theatre-style “stadium” seatingChrome inserts
Panoramic sunroofPanoramic sunroof
Seven slot grilleSeven slot grille
18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels18-inch alloys with a new five-spoke two-tone design
Trapezoidal wheel archesBlack horizontal air intake
Silver colored faux skid plates
Integrated spoiler
Wrap-around LED tail lights
Fog lightscruise control
LED headlamps with integrated LED DRLsLED headlamps with integrated LED DRLs
Dual-tone brown and black upholsteryThree-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel
10.1-inch free-standing touchscreen infotainment system10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system
Fully-digital instrument consoleAll-digital 10.2-inch instrument
Nine-speaker Alpine-sourced music system
Electrically-adjustable driver seatEight-way power-adjustable front seats
Dual-zone climate controlAdjustable driver seat with memory function
Electrically powered tail-gatePower tailgate
Ventilated front seatsVentilated front seats
Wireless chargingWireless charging

The Jeep Meridian is based on a unibody architecture and comes with a spacious cabin that can accommodate up to seven passengers. It features a theatre-style “stadium” seating and a panoramic sunroof.

On the outside, the three-row SUV features a distinct seven slot grille, chrome inserts for the front bumper, roof rails, 18-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels, trapezoidal wheel arches, and silver colored faux skid plates.

The Jeep Meridian also gets a new set of front and rear bumpers. It features wrap-around LED tail lights, fog lights, LED headlamps with integrated LED DRLs, and an integrated spoiler with a high-mounted stop lamp. There is also horizontally placed reflectors on the rear bumper.

On the inside, the SUV gets a dual-tone brown and black upholstery, a 10.1-inch free-standing touchscreen infotainment system, a nine-speaker Alpine-sourced music system, a fully-digital instrument console, electrically-adjustable driver seat, electrically powered tail-gate, ventilated front seats, dual-zone climate control, and wireless charging.

Overall, the three-row SUV looks quite bold and stylish. It retains the authentic Jeep DNA of adventure and capability. The highlights include Front and Rear Independent Suspension and Composed Driving Dynamics.

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Along with two engine options and four trims across 11 variants, the Jeep Compass is available in seven color options. It features the signature seven-box front grille with chrome inserts. A black horizontal air intake is added in the middle of the bumper (flanked by LED fog lamps. The mid-size SUV also gets sleek LED headlamps with integrated LED DRLs. The 18-inch alloys comes with a new five-spoke two-tone design.

On the inside, the Jeep Compass features a floating 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system, an all-digital 10.2-inch instrument, three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel, front ventilated seats, a panoramic sunroof, power tailgate, cruise control, and wireless smartphone charging. Additionally, there are eight-way power-adjustable seats on the front. The driver side gets a memory function.

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Jeep Meridian vs Jeep Compass Safety Features

Jeep MeridianJeep Compass
six airbagssix airbags
ABS with EBDfour-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS)
ESCelectronic stability control with anti-roll
ARPelectronic roll mitigation
EPBEBD
TPMSrain brake support
Traction controlTraction control
360-degree camera360-degree parking camera
Rain-sensing wipersbrake lock differential
Hydraulic brake assistbrake assist
hill hold/ descent control
panic alarm
rear child safety locks

Safety features on the new Jeep Meridian include six airbags, ABS with EBD, ESC, ARP, traction control, and hydraulic brake assist, TPMS, EPB., and a 360-degree camera.

On the other hand, the Jeep Compass comes with six airbags, rain brake support, hill hold/ descent control, a 360-degree camera setup, electronic roll mitigation, and brake lock differential. Also, the connected car technology includes in vehicle data, location-based services, stolen vehicle assist, geofencing, and driver analytics.

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Conclusion

Both cars comes loaded with great specs and stylish design. The Jeep Compass can seat up to five people. Hence, the new Meridian is essentially being called a seven-seater Compass. While many features are same, the new car is faster and more stylish. Tell us what you think of the Jeep Meridian vs Jeep Compass Comparison.

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