Here’s a recent video, which shows how effortlessly a Tata Safari 4X2 climbs an incline compared to the Jeep Compass 4X4.
Jeep Compass is one of the most popular SUVs in its segment. It was first launched in the Indian market back in 2016 and is made in India. It rivals with the likes of Tata Harrier and MG Hector. The automaker offers a long list of trims and options in our market, and the top-spec trims of the SUV come equipped with 4X4 system. Here’s a recent video, which shows how Jeep Compass 4X4 struggles to climb a mushy incline, while on the other hand, Tata Safari 4X2 climbs the same incline effortlessly. Check out the video embedded below to know more.
This video is uploaded by a YouTube channel named as tata safari lovers. The video starts by showing Jeep Compass, which was trying to climb the incline in reverse gear, but it fails to do that as it gets stuck. Then the driver turns around the SUV and tries to climbing once again. Nevertheless, the Jeep SUV again gets stuck. Then it makes a last attempt, and it successfully reaches the top of the inclined road. On the other hand, Tata Safari 4X2 aborts its first attempt midway and tries again the second time. In the second attempt, the SUV easily climbs the mushy incline and reaches the top. This video must have confused a lot of people, but there are a few reasons why the Jeep Compass 4X4 struggled to reach the top of the incline.
The major reason behind it can be the driver driving the Jeep Compass because off-roading mainly depends on the driver driving the car and how he handles the situation. Moreover, the condition of the tyres is also one of the main reasons. Talking about Jeep Compass, it is powered by 1.4-litre petrol and 2.0-litre diesel engine. Both the engines come paired with an MT and AT gearbox. It is retailed at a starting price of Rs 19.17 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The automaker has also planned to introduce the new facelift version of the SUV by next year.