Jeep India ensures contactless booking, strict sanitization measures and safe deliveries to each of its customers
Following relaxation of lockdown orders, Jeep India commenced production at its Ranjangaon plant from mid May. Dealerships have also opened in certain areas strictly abiding by the orders of the local authorities and sales have restarted after nearly 55 days of lockdown.
Jeep India has ensured that each of its dealers has taken every measure to ensure safety of its employees and visitors and there is special priority to guarantee safe deliveries of all vehicles to customers. The first batch of Compass SUVs were delivered to their respective owners earlier this week.
Jeep has also introduced the online portal bookmyjeep.com to book the new Jeep Compass, thus offering a completely touch-free experience to its customers. Buyers will be able to book their choice of variant, make online payment and get Jeep delivered to their doorstep.
Jeep also rolled out several finance packages so as to make the buying experience easier for customers, especially during these trying times. ‘Jeep for All’ is a suite of finance packages with include reduced EMIs for corporate salaried buyers, lower loan interest rates from banks besides 100 percent on road price funding for women. It also offers coverage in the event of job loss, critical illness and accident ensuring lower EMIs for the first 24 months of the loan period.
In other news, the new Jeep Compass facelift is set to make global debut on 4th June. The first country to get the facelifted Compass will be the US. India launch of Facelifted Compass is expected to take place later this year, most likely by Diwali 2020.
Jeep Compass Facelift will see some changes to its interiors as well as exteriors. Spy shots show the updated Compass with new front and rear bumpers, redesigned headlamps, a new grille in a seven slat design. The interiors will receive soft touch material all around. It will also get upgraded equipment with a UConnect 5 infotainment system with Amazon Alexa, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The facelifted SUV will sport a redesigned dashboard sporting a larger 12.3” touchscreen.
Where engine specifications are concerned, the Jeep Compass Facelift will continue to be powered by the same engine choices. The 1.4 liter turbocharged petrol engine and 2.0 liter diesel engines that get mated to a 6 speed manual gearbox and 7 speed automatic for the petrol variant and 9 speed automatic for the diesel model.
Once launched, the Jeep Compass Facelift will rival the likes of the Skoda Karoq, VW T-Roc, MG Hector along with top variants of Kia Seltos and Hyundai Creta.