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The Jeep Compass was launched in the Indian market in 2017 and has been the best-selling SUV for the American automaker. Now, FCA is all set to introduce the rugged version of the Compass SUV called the Compass Trailhawk. Design The overall design of the Compass Trailhawk remains identical to the regular version of the SUV but comes with redesigned front and rear bumper. The chrome bits have been replaced by satin metallic black at the front and the side profile. The front bumper of the Jeep Compass Trailhawk is equipped with dual tow hooks and the rear bumper gets a single tow hook. The bonnet of the SUV gets a black decal which adds to the rugged look of the Trailhawk edition of the SUV. Jeep has also replaced the Compass badging with the blacked out Jeep badges and the boot lid features a large ‘Trailhawk' badging. On the side profile, the SUV gets Trail Rated badge on the front fender. The Jeep Compass Trailhawk is equipped with 17-inch dual-tone alloy wheels. Interior The interior of the Jeep Compass Trailhawk features an all-black theme with red accents. The Trailhawk branding is embroidered on the seats. Other bits such as gear lever, steering wheel and panels get leather wrapping and red accents. The touchscreen infotainment system is equipped with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Specifications The Jeep Compass Trailhawk edition draws power from the same 2-litre diesel and 1.4-litre petrol engine. The petrol engine will be mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox, whereas the diesel unit is likely to get the new 9-speed automatic transmission. Being the rugged version of the Compass, the Trailhawk edition features a new Rock Mode in the Select-Terrain Terrain Traction Management System. Apart from that, rest all the things remain identical to the regular variant of the Compass. Thoughts On The Jeep Compass Trailhawk The Jeep Compass has been one of the best-selling SUVs in the Indian market. Now, Jeep is all set to introduce the Trailhawk edition of the SUV. We expect the Jeep Compass Trailhawk to be priced around Rs 23 lakh ex-showroom and will rival the likes of Volkswagen Tiguan and Hyundai Tucson.
2020 Vehicles with CD Players as Standard Equipment Below are results from my recent car-buying research (countless hours spent on manufacturers’ websites and looking through their glossy brochures) on cars that can still play CDs. I still buy CDs and listen to CDs from independent street musicians, who sell them while busking, or from low-income ethnic minorities who rely on vending CDs to supplement their income. This is my way of supporting my local culture and economy, rather than sending my dollars to big tech for streaming. I suggest when shopping at a dealership mention that you are seeking a particular car because it has a CD player. That way they know there is still significant demand for CDs. Parentheses indicate that CD player only comes in trims listed within. Models where CD player can be added as an option are on next list that immediately follows. Sedans Chevrolet: Impala (Premier) Ford: Fusion (Titanium) Lincoln: MKZ (Reserve), Continental (Black Label) Toyota: Camry (XLE, XSE) Lexus: IS, GS, ES, LS, LC Honda: [none] Acura: ILX, TLX, RLX Nissan: Maxima, 370Z, GT-R Infiniti: Q50, Q60 Subaru: Impreza (Premium, Sport, Limited), WRX, BRZ Hyundai: [none] Genesis: G90 Volkswagen: Golf (SE & Autobahn), Jetta (SEL, SEL Premium, GLI Autobahn), Arteon Audi: A3, A5 cabriolet, R8, TT BMW: M4, 7-Series Mercedes-Benz: SL-Class, SLC-Class Porsche: Panamera, Boxster, Cayman Vans & SUVs Chevrolet: Tahoe, Suburban GMC: Yukon Cadillac: Escalade (Base, Luxury) Ford: [none] Lincoln: Nautilus (Reserve, Black Label) Chrysler: Pacifica (Touring L Plus) Dodge: Grand Caravan, Journey Toyota: Sienna (LE, SE, SE Premium, XLE, XLE Premium, Limited, Limited Premium, LE Auto Access, XLE Auto Access), Land Cruiser Lexus: UX, NX, RX 350, GX, LX 570 Honda: Odyssey (Touring, Elite) Acura: MDX Nissan: Rogue (S, SL), Rogue Sport, Murano, Pathfinder, Armada Infiniti: QX50, QX 60, QX80 Subaru: Crosstrek (Premium, Limited), Forester (Base, Touring), Ascent (Base, Touring) Volkswagen: Tiguan (SE, SEL), Atlas (SE, SE w/ Tech, SEL, SEL Premium) BMW: X3 (M, M Competition), X4 (M, M Competition) Mercedes-Benz: GLA-Class Jaguar: F-Pace (300 Sport, Portfolio) Land Rover: Discovery (Landmark Edition), Range Rover LWB (Autobiography, SV Autobiography) Trucks Nissan: Frontier (PRO-4X) Hybrids Chrysler: Pacifica Hybrid (Limited, Red S) Ford: Fusion Hybrid (Titanium), Fusion Plug-in Hybrid Titanium Lincoln: MKZ Hybrid Reserve Toyota: Prius Prime (LE), Camry Hybrid (XLE) Lexus: ES Hybrid, LS Hybrid, LC Hybrid, RX Hybrid, UX Hybrid Honda: [none] Acura: MDX Hybrid Subaru: Crosstrek Hybrid 2020 Vehicles with CD Players as ,Optional, Equipment The 2020 vehicles below have CD player listed as an optional add-on: Sedans Ford: Mustang (EcoBoost Premium, GT Premium, Bullitt) Toyota: Camry (LE, SE) Subaru: Legacy (Base, Limited XT), Outback (base, Touring, Limited XT, Touring XT) Volvo: V90 (R-Design, Inscription) Mercedes-Benz: S-Class (S 560 sedan, S 560e, AMG S 63 sedan, AMG S 65 sedan, Maybach S 560 sedan, Maybach S 650 sedan) Jaguar: XF sedan (Prestige, Checkered Flag, S), XF Sportbrake wagon (Prestige, Sportbrake S) Alfa Romeo: 4C Spider Vans & SUVs Chrysler: Pacifica (Touring, Limited, Red S) Dodge: Durango (SXT Plus, Citadel, R/T, SRT) Jeep: Grand Cherokee (Altitude, Laredo E, Limited X, Trailhawk, Overland, High Altitue, Summit, SRT, Trackhawk) Honda: Odyssey (EX-L), Pilot (LX, EX, EX-L), Passport (Sport, EX-L, Touring) Nissan: Rogue (SV) Subaru: Forester (Premium, Sport, Limited), Ascent (Premium, Limited) Kia: Sedona (EX, SX) Jaguar: F-Pace (Prestige, R-Sport, S, SVR) Land Rover: Discovery (SE, HSE, HSE Luxury), Range Rover LWB (Supercharged) Range Rover SWB Trucks Ram: 1500 Classic Honda: Ridgeline Hybrids Toyota: Camry Hybrid (LE, SE) Porsche: Cayenne Hybrid (Turbo S sedan, Turbo S coupe, E-Hybrid coupe)
On another note - recently I came across a fairly good comparison report that has checked Hyundai Tucson vs VW Tiguan. Within this, they seem to prefer VW Tiguan unless there is particular budget constraint. 2018 Hyundai Tucson AWD vs Volkswagen Tiguan comparison But they also mentioned that if you have a bit more patience, then Jeep Compass Trailhawk edition would be highly recommended. I haven’t personally driven these vehicles though. I have driven Skoda Octavia with DSG and have loved the way it feels. Not sure of reliability but heard that most of the niggles have been fixed by VS/Skoda. But Octavia and Tucson are not similar vehicles at all. So you need to decide what is your purpose for buying a new vehicle (road+mild off-road/rural road, purely road, road+hard core off-road etc).
There are many car launches in the year 2021, here is the gist of some of the cars to be launched. Ps:- These are not all the cars, there are many newcomers to be launched but yet to be confirmed, as it will make the answer very very long. 1.Citeron C5 aircross:- 2.Mercedes GLA facelift 3.Audi Q5 facelift 4.Audi Q3 5.Audi e-Tron 6.Skoda kushaq 7.Volkswagen Tiguan facelift 8.Volkswagen Taigun 9.Maruti Jimny:- 10.Jeep Compass Facelift.:- you can see this image on the jeep India website. 11.New Mahindra XUV500:- you all can see this image on the Autocar website. 12.Skoda kodiaq facelift.:- Image source:- Google, Autocar India,zigwheels. There are many SUVs, Crossovers, and Sedans to be launched in 2021 and 2022. Hope you liked my answer :) Let's end it with quotes:- Past is the source of knowledge and the future is the source of hope which depends on what we do in present. EDIT :- Thank you all for 162 views and 1 upvote !!!
Question: When did you realise that you were in over your head on a car? Answer: When I bought the Volvo XC90 Inscription 2016. I was in need of a bigger luxury car and since I don’t like to buy them brand new I decided to look in for some. A 6–8 seater was a must so I really didn’t have plenty of options. After months of research I narrowed it down to the earlier versions of Volvo XC90. 2010–2014 models. My priorities were safety, mileage and maintenance. I was after a particular engine too on this 👆🏼 one, 5 cylinders & 2.4 litres. I knew they were going to be affordable and would be easy to maintain. So, I started looking for cars with low miles on them and then approaching their owners. We finally found one and went to the garage to see it. It had some work to be done especially the leather seats as they were a bit worn out. So the salesman told us that it should be ready in a week or so. He did show us another option a Land Rover Discovery 4 with low miles but it had 6 cylinders and 3 litres engine on it. But, now they were going to be a bit expensive and we definitely would have to stretch our budget. So, I thought why not check some new cars. We then checked a Hyundai Santa Fe and it was fabulous to be driven in. Great shockers and plenty of room for everyone. Again plenty of room with 7 seats. Another option was the new Peugeot 5008 and I really liked it. It was a bit tight and not much spacious. It looked great inside and out and had digital odometers and display panel too. That’s when I realised how far the dashboard of these new cars have come. Then, we were in for a Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace but then they told me that it wasn’t available and we would have to wait for a month. Until now, I was hovering around $40,000 AUD to buy a ‘Brand new’ 7 seater SUV. Until I saw these two 👇🏼😍 at a dealership, which specialised only in 2nd hand Volvos. A Volvo XC90 T6 momentum And a Volvo XC90 D5 inscription. Until now, I had driven cars with only petrol engines on them. So I was a bit doubtful about the D5 Inscription as it had a Diesel engine. After hearing the prices on them I was a bit perplexed🤔 that too when they were almost double the price of the brand new cars I could get into. And these were 2nd hand just 2 & half years old with almost 50,000 Kms on them. I really did like the inscription for its grille and wheels, it was just white and silver everywhere. I wasn’t sure that I would be able to afford it. They had plenty of space and extras. I really did like the front panel which had minimalistic buttons on it and almost everything was just being controlled by a small iPad like screen. So, either I had to go for one of the above two or go for a new Volvo XC90 Inscription which would have cost me 3 times my initial budget. Finally we took a small test drive and found it to be very comfortable and spacious. The turbo Diesel engine was pretty quick and didn’t have much noise too. We finally agreed that inscription was the final choice. I knew I was ‘over my head’ on this car but I couldn’t think of anything else. More to say I was “Head over heels” in love with this car. I did all the paperwork and just sat down wishing I could bring it home soon. And finally when I got the call I was really happy. So finally, we settled the amount and bought it and till date I haven’t regretted my decision. It has done wonders for me. I drive it everywhere to work and even around the city with kids and on some trips around the state. It has been to Mountains, freeways, dirt roads, beaches and almost everywhere and has never disappointed me in the past few years. I knew I was paying a hefty amount just to buy one piece of luxury but finally, it did prove that it was worth it. So far so good 🤟🏼. 😊 EDIT- ‘Sometimes you just got to listen to both your brain and heart at the same time 😅’ Council Post: Change Leadership: Why Your Head, Heart And Gut Are Critical To Listen To
The French automaker is coming to India in 2021 finally. The automaker will launch its first car for India in the Month of March-April with its C5 Aircross. The fact is the car is assembled in Tamil Nadu, India Now let us talk about the car in-depth:- C5 aircross is a Mid SUV car that will directly compete with Hyundai Tucson, Volkswagen Tiguan, Jeep Compass, and Skoda karoq. Now the images of the Indian car version are out,. Estimate price is around:- 28lakhs (ex-showroom) Exterior:- The Aircross has a very appealing and unique design with a split front grille. The daytime running led lights running across the bonnet will definitely make it look more attractive on road. We can see fog lamps, a good chrome sort of treatment and more with comparison to human anatomy the nose(i.e the logo integration) is looking like someone punched it and made it look like this. *though the overall design from the front is Good* There is a Dual-tone option that will look more sporty. A, B, C pillars are also coated in all black with a chrome line on the top starting from between A and B pillar and continues on the C pillar and the also cover the windows from the bottom side. From the backside, the headlights of the car look similar to the ones in the Kia carnival. The overall look from the back looks very ovalish in design but very generous Other highlights include a roof-mounted spoiler, vents at the side, parking sensors, and plastic cladding at the bottom with non-functional chrome exhaust tailpipes. Interior:- The interior of the car looks premium It has a massive panoramic sunroof which brings a lot of air inside the cabin. There is a square pad on the steering wheel which has a lot of functions on offer and there is a piano black finish on the third center part of the steering wheel There a different styles of gear levers present and also the car has various drivetrain on offer (Snow, Sand, All Terrain, Standard, and Traction Control Off. ) The central console has an 8-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The 12.3-inch digital driver’s display features three different views: personal, dual, and minimum modes. Safety is covered by six airbags, ABS with EBD, parking sensors, electronic stability control, and a blind spot monitoring system Notable features include a panoramic sunroof, dual-zone climate control, seats with memory foam for added comfort, ambient lighting, air purifier, powered driver’s seat, cruise control, and a powered tailgate. The single powertrain on the C5 Aircross is the 2.0-liter diesel engine with an output of 175bhp and 400Nm of torque mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters sending power to the front wheels. It is also equipped with four grip modes – standard, snow, all-terrain, and sand. Important question alert !!!!! Kitna deti hai? *mileage* This powertrain is claimed to return a fuel efficiency of 18.60kmpl. It has a massive boot space on offer, the C5 Aircross’ boot is capable of accommodating 580 liters of luggage Well last but not least Citreon is known for its comfort after all. C5 Aircross will be no different, with the carmaker’s ‘Progressive Hydraulic Cushion’ suspension system. If your pocket has the depth to buy this go for it as these specs are good enough it can provide you with great comfort and many such things you know as well if you have read till here. Before buying wait for the aftersales performance(service, maintenance, parts availability, etc) by the company, and after knowing all this go for it. The overall package it provides is very good. Image source :- google,cardekho,carwale. Hope you liked my answer :) Let's end with the quote:- Life is about taking chances, to try something new, to know, to learn because it becomes boring when you stay within your limits of what you already know. EDIT:- Thank you all for 1.7k views and 10 upvotes !!! Thank you all for 6.3k views and 28 upvotes !!! Thank you all for 8.2k views 37 upvotes and 1 share !!! Thank you all for 14k views 63 upvotes and 1 share !!! Thank you all for 22.9k views 102 upvotes and 1 share !!! Thank you all for 30.8k views 134 upvotes 2 shares and all the wonderful comments !!! ,(do check out my other answers as well )
Long before “Dieselgate,” I advised my now 82 year old mother to by a 2012 Tiguan S (front wheel drive; automatic) with the understanding that I would use it as my car when I was in town for a couple of weekends every month visiting her in Southern California, further advising her to purchase a 2010 Beetle Final Edition as a second car that she would use when I was in town., ,The Tiguan was purchased new, and came with an extended six year bumper-to-bumper zero deductible warranty, which I thought included standard maintenance; the Beetle was purchased used through CarMax with about 10,000 miles on it and a six year MaxCare extended warranty as well as an unexpired standard maintenance contract that covered the car for the first three years., ,I was and am listed as the second driver on both of these vehicles for insurance purposes. My mother quickly stopped driving the Tiguan altogether because of the confusion that she experienced in switching back and forth between the vehicles, and seldom drives at all anymore, choosing Uber as her primary mode of transportation when I am not driving her where she needs to go., ,I also started visiting my mother much more frequently, taking advantage of the Tiguan for the occasional out-of-town trip, but the mileage on the Tiguan is still pretty low – just under 29,000 miles as of the car’s four year anniversary, and I make an effort not to put more than 7,500 miles a year on this vehicle., ,This seemed to be the best way to keep the resale value of the Tiguan high while taking advantage of the benefits of the extended service contract for major repairs. To make a long story really long, when I went in for the “four years or 40,000 miles” service that I thought had been included in my mother’s original purchase of the Tiguan, the dealer quoted me a price of some $300.00 for the minimum scheduled maintenance along with several other more expensive options., ,I feel that the dealer’s former finance manager made an honest mistake in telling me that the extended service contract covered scheduled maintenance, so rather than cancel the still very valuable extended service contract at such a late date, I settled for taking an employee discount on the four year service. All of this leads me to wondering what I should advise my mother with regard to what her future plans should be for the Tiguan, which I would almost certainly inherit if she were out of the picture, God forbid., Thanks to TrueCar, ,I negotiated a rock-bottom price and zero percent financing for five years on this car back in 2011, and the car is still in great condition after four years, although no longer “retail ready.”, ,Assuming my mother and/or I keeps/keep this vehicle for the long term, she and/or I will have to replace the brakes and tires at some point, although these items may last for six years/60,000 miles., ,I can’t help but wonder whether it would make more sense to sell or trade-in the vehicle rather than spend money on these items. Complicating all of these considerations is Dieselgate., ,I am pleased with how the Tiguan looks, performs, and handles – a “sportscar on stilts” – as well as its small footprint when looking for a place to park; ,I honestly can’t think of any other car I’d rather drive, a sentiment that is reinforced every time I drive a rental car once or twice a month., ,However, I am very concerned about the damage that has been done to the Volkswagen brand by Dieselgate., ,I plan to talk things over with the competent and honest mechanic in Sacramento who I have known and trusted for the last 20 years with a wide variety of cars to get an idea of how long I can expect the Tiguan to keep running without needing major repairs. ;�Q�N-
1 After sales is a hit or miss 2 lack of features compared to rivals. 3. No change in design for a decade . International markets got the new Polo but India didn't. Also the minimalist designs are not to everyone's taste. 4. Expensive spare parts. 5. Lackluster engines in BS6. Big numbers on paper but drivability is affected due to the smaller 999cc engines. Diesel discontinued. 6. Reduction in building costs like introduction of 3 cylinder engines but not passing on the benefits to customer in terms of price . 7. Expensive for the size . Check out the prices for Tiguan and T roc. Simply no road presence for the money you pay. EDIT Boom!
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