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Performance

Petrol and diesel version engines are available, the petrol engines 2.0-litre and 2.4-litre are mated to a manual gearbox and four-wheel drive with continuously variable transmission respectively. The diesel engines have plenty of pulling power, allowing for easy overtaking. The 134bhp version accelerates from 0-60mph in 11.5 seconds and the flagship 161bhp can complete the 0-60mph sprint in 9.8 seconds. The 2.0-litre petrol engine will perform better in terms of driving manner and refinement but the 2.2-litre diesel will perform best overall in terms of economy and emissions, test drives are available for booking at askaprice.com

Running Costs

General running costs should be low due to the Compass’ decent fuel economy particularly the 2.2-litre CRD two-wheel drive capable of 46mpg and for an SUV emits a low 161g/km of Co2 emissions. Although the running costs are higher than its rival Nissan Qashqai, the Compass has an attractive entry level price starting well below £19,000. The Compass also has generous servicing intervals of upwards of 15,000 for diesel versions.

Equipment

The Compass comes as standard with air-con, alloy wheels, cruise control, sentry key theft deterrent system and an MP3 socket. The Sport+ trim comes with added USB socket, climate control and Bluetooth connectivity. Limited trims will also include leather upholstery, heated front seats, part-electric driver’s seat adjustment and a six-disc CD changer. Full specs and information is available from our brochure.