The Verdict: 2017 Jeep Compass Trailhawk ReviewIf passenger and cargo space are at the top of your priorities list, the Compass Trailhawk isn’t the base choice in its segment. But the tradeoff for that lack of space if off-road confidence, and the Compass Trailhawk offers a healthy dose. But for those that need a comfortable commuter that can convert into capable off-roader on the weekend, there is nothing in the segment that comes close to the Compass Trailhawk. Little road noise comes into the cabin of the Compass as well, adding to the already pleasing drive. There is little wrong with the Jeep Compass when it comes to commuting duty, although if you’re looking to haul the family, there are better options for interior space.
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DRIVEN: 2017 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk
The Jeep Renegade Trailhawk is built to tackle terrain that’d leave a comparable compact cute-ute with a smashed-in oil pan, and its owner in search of replacement bumpers. So: is Renegade Trailhawk the Jeep to buy, when numerous Wrangler models, including the highly capable Willy’s Wheeler, are available for similar money? Renegade lacks the feel of full-on, ladder-frame toughness you’ll find in a Jeep Wrangler, but it takes a rough surface indeed to make it feel like it’s taking a beating. It’s a compliant highway cruiser, and if you like the capability of a Wrangler, but want something more car-like and less clumsy at higher speeds, Renegade might be the ticket. The tester assigned to your writer carried some $5,500 in options, building on Renegade Trailhawk’s $33,000-plus starting price for an as-tested sticker approaching $39,000.
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