Versatility fit for the Outdoors & the Asphalt Forest - The 2019 Jeep Compass

If Mitchell, SD and Sioux Falls, SD drivers are in the market for an SUV with some of the latest tech, comfort, and performance features, look to the Jeep Compass! Sticking with the classic Jeep outdoor adventure capability and also sporting refined, yet capable urban functionality, the Compass can nearly do it all. Looking to maximize convenience with a host of available tech? The Compass comes with an available seven-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto connectivity, keyless entry, push-button start, a review camera, and an available navigation system. Those Harrisburg, SD drivers concerned with comfort options, the Compass offers such options as: heated front seats, dual-zone climate control, and leather-clad seats!

Available Driver Assistance Features

Boost your confidence while cruising Huron, SD roads with a host of driver assistance features! Coming standard with blind-spot monitoring, Mitchell, SD drivers can opt for other driver assistance features, including:

  • Lane-keep assistance
  • blind-spot monitoring
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Forward-collision warning
  • Automatic emergency braking

Standard Jeep Warranty

Coming standard with the standard Jeep warranty (three years/36,000 miles basic and a five-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty), Harrisonburg, SD drivers can rest easy knowing their new Jeep SUV is covered by a solid warranty.

Beyond the Vehicle - Stop by Iverson Auto Group Today!

For those Huron, SD drivers that are thinking of purchasing a 2019 Jeep but are unsure, stop by our dealership! While Sioux Falls, SD drivers are here, they can browse our latest Compass inventory, speak with our service, parts, finance and sales teams, and can figure out their vehicle financing. We're a one-stop-shop here at Iverson Auto Group! Let our team help you with nearly every step of the vehicle buying process! Visit Iverson Auto Group from Mitchell, SD or Huron, SD and test drive a Jeep Compass today!

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