2015 Jeep Compass vs Toyota RAV4 in Torrance
Serving Palos Verdes & Gardena
The versatile 2015 Jeep Compass is the compact sport-ute that can take you all over the streets of the South Bay area with ease and still hit up adventurous trails without missing a beat. Affordable, fuel-efficient and loaded with amenities, this zippy SUV can do it all. And so can the experienced sales staff at Scott Robinson CDJR in Torrance, CA, serving Gardena and Carson, because we know how to put low prices and customer satisfaction at the top of our list. Let us show you how painless the car-buying experience can be by dealing on 2015 Jeep Compass today!
Let's have a look at how the 2015 Jeep Compass does against the Toyota RAV4.
PRICE AND VALUE
You'll be way ahead of the game when you begin negotiations at Scott Robinson CDJR when you choose a 2015 Jeep Compass over the Toyota RAV4. With a starting MSRP of $18,995, the Compass is over $4500 less than the pricey MSRP of $23,680 for the RAV4. That's an awful lot of cash you'll save with the Compass. Plus, standard features include alloy wheels, fog lights, and bright side roof rails that you either won't find or are optional on the RAV4. Let's see --thousands of dollars less for more? Going with the 2015 Jeep Compass over the RAV4 is a no-brainer!
You'll get choices in the 2015 Jeep Compass that you won't have with the RAV4. The standard 2.0L I4 engine with 158 hp mates with either a 5-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission (depending on the model) and you can choose from two optional 4-wheel drive systems. By contrast, you'll only find a 6-speed automatic transmission mated to the RAV4's 172 hp, 2.5L 4-cylinder engine, and only one optional 4WD system is available.
When you're driving friends, family, or co-workers around, know that they'll have much more room to stretch in the backseat of the 2015 Jeep Compass than they will in the RAV4. Rear legroom in the Compass is a generous 39.4 inches while you'll only get 37.2 inches in the RAV4. And those same folks will enjoy 39.9 inches of rear headroom in the Compass vs. the RAV4's full inch less at 38.9 inches. So if you drive other people around, clearly the 2015 Jeep Compass gives them more rear-seat room.View Inventory