2020 Jeep Compass
Features & Specs
2020 Ford Escape
Optional
Heated seats
Available on other styles
Available
Sunroof
Not available
2.4-liter
Engine displacement
1.5-liter
5
Seating capacity
5

2020 Jeep Compass vs Ford Escape

Nothing is more important than getting a vehicle that you can not only rely on, but that you can take on your next adventure. Nothing is worse than feeling like whatever you're driving is holding you back. That is why it's important to see what options are out there, and figure out what suits your needs. Today we're looking at the 2020 Jeep Compass and the 2020 Ford Escape to figure out which one checks all of your boxes, and allows you the freedom you're looking for. The Compass starts everything off with all of the packages and options you need, off-roading abilities, and a new Velvet Red Pearl paint color. The Escape tries to keep up with an all-new suspension, standard Co-Pilot360, and second-row sliding seats. Keep reading down below to learn more.

2020 Jeep Compass Power & Handling

When it comes to power, Jeep understands what it takes to make sure that you get where you need to go with ease, especially if that includes the trails. That is why there is one standard engine that is in charge of getting the Compass to its destination. This engine is a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder, which produces 175 pound-feet of torque and up to 180 horsepower. The three available transmissions here include a six-speed manual, a six-speed automatic, and a nine-speed automatic. Another fun aspect is the fact that you can choose either 2WD or 4WD, depending on which you need more!

2020 Ford Escape Power & Handling

In this case, the 2020 Escape does a lot to try to make up for the fact that four-wheel drive is not an option you can choose from. Only FWD and AWD are available, which makes this an SUV that should stay on the road, and never venture off the pavement. The base engine is a 1.5-liter inline-3, which produces 190 lb-ft of torque and around 181 horsepower. The other available gasoline engine is a 2.0-liter inline-4, which can crank out 280 lb-ft of torque and around 250 horsepower.

2020 Jeep Compass Features & Design

After you've figured out the right powertrain option, now is the right time to turn your attention to the trim lineup and the available features. Starting everything off for the Compass is Sport, which includes 16-inch wheels, heated side mirrors, Apple CarPlay, a 7-inch touchscreen, and Android Auto. The rest of the lineup allows you to check out features like SiriusXM radio, all-terrain tires, cornering front fog lights, upgraded interior fabrics, an off-road suspension, push-button start, and skid plates.

2020 Ford Escape Features & Design

After following the Compass' options, the Escape has its work cut out for it. There are a few alright trim options available here. The base trim is S, which includes selectable drive modes, a 4.5-inch display monitor, safety features, and second-row sliding seats. Some of the other available features include a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a hands-free power tailgate, remote start, adaptive cruise control, dual-zone climate controls, and ambient lighting with floor lights.

Conclusion:

The answer as to which of these SUVs is best is easy. The 2020 Jeep Compass gives you off-roading capabilities, which ensures that you can never be bored when you buy this vehicle. Whether you need something stylish to drive to work, or a fun weekend getaway, this is the SUV for you. Stop by our dealership today to check out the models that we have available in our inventory.

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