Featuring off-road focused upgrades, this is the Trailhawk version of Jeep’s entry-level Compass SUV. And as they say it, its pure adventure outside and pure luxury inside. Something that Jeep fans probably wanted? Striking visual updates include a two-tone exterior with a black roof, new badges (Trail Rated 4x4, Trailhawk) and new 17-inch five-spoke alloys. Look closely and a gun-metal finish can be found on the badges (Jeep, Compass, 4×4), front grille, fog lamp outer bezels and the lower fascia applique. Apart from these minor cosmetic updates, there are purposeful updates like an increased ground clearance by 27mm, an anti-glare hood decal, underbody protection and a rear tow hook. Furthermore, it comes with a lot of firsts for the model too. For example, a BSVI-compliant 2.0-litre diesel engine, an automatic gearbox for a diesel, a low range for the 4X4 system and a new rock mode on the off-road mode selector. Sounds like an interesting recipe? Let’s find out how the product is then.