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Since I started conducting these test-drives, for the most part I've been sort of lucky in the sense that I've had some familiarity with most of the cars I've tried out.In the case of the Jeep Compass, that familiarity made all the difference in understanding just where this SUV is coming from and where it fits in the greater scheme of things.For starters, the Compass is a relatively new entry in Jeep's lineup, having been first introduced for the 2007 model year. That's right, it's been around for nearly 10 years, but keep in mind that this is a Jeep, a marque that's known for building rugged cars that endure. Of course, whether the car accomplishes that purpose adequately depends on the configuration of the Compass being sold, and fortunately Lebanon's Jeep dealer has carefully assembled the ideal setup with the 172-horsepower 2.4-liter 16-valve mill combined with a six-speed automatic and all-wheel drive.I suppose the best way to describe the Compass would be to view it as a baby Grand Cherokee.
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