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SEMA Jeep MK49 Compass Rallye

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SEMA: Jeep MK49 Compass Rallye

Posted Nov 1st 2006 5:04PM by Alex Nunez

Filed under: Aftermarket, Concept Cars, Crossovers/CUVs, Jeep

John Neff has found a Jeep Compass we can all get behind. Look, we constantly rail against the Jeep Compass for being a car in Jeep's clothing. Does the MK49 Compass Rallye butch it up? You bet it does. It certainly looks ready to go tackle some tall brush and kick up a little gravel. While there are no engine mods (what?!?!?!), the suspension's been dialed in by the wizards at SRT and a strut-tower brace has been added. We fully dig the wheels and Yokohoma rubber, as well as the HID driving lamps, which should totally be an option on the Compass. In fact, this whole car is what the Compass should have been to begin with. If the engine were tuned we'd be more impressed. Are you listening, Jeep?

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More pics and original article at: Autoblog.com


Needs the SRT-4 powerplant and a 6-speed manual.

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They should've made the Compass like this since the beginning. It might've made more sense.

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