In 90’s the only dream of a typical Indian middle class family was to own a Maruti 800 and nothing different my family was too a Maruti loyalist for nearly 3 decades.
Moving from Maruti to Honda Amaze was a pleasant experience but there’s always a time when we think to buy something magnificent which is different from crowd and like many others I too took test drive of Q3, XUV 500, Creta and what not but we (me and my wife) always felt that “something” was missing, but with a History of Maruti & Honda our family emotions settled for Hyundai and i did booked a much hyped Hyundai Creta.
Meanwhile Jeep Compass was launched but going by the Fiat reputation I was really afraid and skeptical about after sales service so didn’t even thought to consider it as an option to buy.
It was the day when we were to take the delivery of Hyundai Creta but still there was “something” missing and don’t know what happened when my wife said, “Kannav, we should at least take a test drive of Jeep Compass“….
…and I think everybody wants to own a “Jeep” at some point in life and for us it was that very moment…. Jeep Compass, SUV with everything and yes it was our love.
An enthusiast, a crazy Jeepster, I just want to keep driving my Compass, with 11000 kms driven, the beast is bold & sexy as it was day one with no issues.
It’s an amazing masterpiece of engineering and feels like floating on water even at a speed of 200 kmph. Oh yes!! it’s not safe, but you just can’t control to feel the POWER of 2000cc engine under hood and if driven in limits beast even surprises with a fuel efficiency of 21 kmpl, which is not bad at all.
Not just me, but I find a whole new community of crazy Jeep enthusiast people is rising on whatsapp, facebook and now on www.jeepag.com spreading JEEP BROTHERHOOD.
I can keep writing but would like to take a pause and THANKS FCA for making our experience wonderful.
We may got lost…. but will never get stuck!!!
Jeepsters Kannav & Juhi Goyal