Kenosha dealership adds model research pages for 2018 Jeep Compass

Palmen Motors updates online model research

KENOSHA, Wis., Dec. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In an effort to assist shoppers with the car-buying process, Palmen Motors regularly updates its online research pages to include new information and comparisons with top competitors. This month, the dealership added pages for the 2018 Jeep Compass, including a model information page and model comparison pages with some of the Compass's top competitors.  

The model information page for the 2018 Jeep Compass gives shoppers information about the vehicle's design updates and interior technology and comfort features. The Compass offers a spacious interior, seating five passengers comfortably with room for up to 27.2 cubic feet of cargo space. Folding down the rear seats allows drivers to reach up to 59.8 cubic feet of storage space! The Compass has premium materials that line the interior and offers plenty of technology to keep passengers connected on the road. A variety of Uconnect® systems are available that include Bluetooth® connectivity, Voice Command technology and more.  

This month the dealership compared the 2018 Compass with the 2018 Subaru Forester. The dealership found that while the Forester has a larger engine, the Compass provides more power, fuel efficiency, comfort and convenience for passengers, all at a lower price point. The Compass has voice recognition technology, six cabin speakers, heated front seats with lumbar support for the driver and more, none of which are available on the base model of the Forester.  

Drivers interested in the 2018 Jeep Compass can contact a member of the sales team at Palmen Motors at 877-730-5304, or stop in at the dealership, located at 5431 75th Street in Kenosha.

Media Contact: Jack Borissenkov, Palmen Motors, 866-951-8777, jackb@palmen.com

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