A total of 11,002 units of the Jeep Compass diesel 2WD have been recalled.
The Jeep Compass premium SUV has been recalled in India to update the PCM (Powertrain Control Module) software. A total of 11,002 units of the Compass diesel 2WD (two-wheel-drive) have been recalled, which were manufactured between December 18, 2017, to November 18, 2018. Read – New Jeep Sub-4 Meter SUV In The Works
In an official statement, FCA India says, “This action is to correct product variations that may cause certain vehicles to exceed the regulatory threshold for particulate matter emissions.” One must note that the recall exercise doesn’t include petrol and diesel 4WD variants produced in the same time period. Check Out – New Jeep Gladiator Pictures & Details
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Jeep India dealers will individually contact owners of the affected vehicles to schedule an appointment and address the issue. The software update procedure will take around 15 minutes only.
Currently, the American SUV maker is offering massive discounts on the Jeep Compass. Aiming to clear the 2018 inventory, dealers are offering discounts up to 1.2 lakh on the Compass 2.0 Limited 4X4 (O) black pack and benefits up to Rs 60,000 on the 1.4 Limited 4X2 AT variant.
Recently, Jeep added a new petrol automatic variant – Compass Longitude (O) AT – to the SUV carline. Priced at Rs 18.9 lakh, the new model comes with a 7-speed dual clutch automatic gearbox that was earlier restricted to the top-spec Limited variant.
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