The ongoing situation has definitely affected the automobile sector and vehicles manufacturers has suspended operations in their manufacturing plants for the time being. As we are currently going through a lockdown and are not supposed to step out of our place manufacturers are coming up with alternate ways to ease up the process of buying vehicles. The American SUV manufacturer Jeep has now started taking bookings for the Compass SUV online. Interested buyers can book their Compass SUV online in three simple steps. Jeep has explained these steps with the help of a video.
The video explains the whole process. Interested buyers can book their Jeep Compass from anywhere by going to www.bookmyjeep.com. The website will will take you to a page where in the buyer will have to enter details like Name, email id, contact number, state and city. Once the buyer has submitted those details it takes you to the second step of the process where in the buyer can select the variant that he is planning.
Here, the buyer will also get the engine gearbox and colour options. Here in this section the buyer can also select the nearest dealership from where he wants to take the delivery. After this as part of the third and final step, buyer can speak to a Jeep expert and discuss their queries before finalising the order. He can discuss the on-road price, offers and exchange programmes with the expert over the phone. After clearing out all the queries and speaking to an expert the buyer can proceed and place the order and a confirmation will be sent to the registered email id.
Once the order is placed and all the formalities are finished a sanitised Jeep Compass is delivered to the customer’s doorstep. Jeep Compass recently launched the BS6 version of the Compass SUV. It is available with a 1.4 litre turbocharged petrol and a 2.0 litre turbo diesel engine. Both petrol and diesel version get automatic gearbox as an option but only the diesel is available with a 4×4 option. Jeep Compass will soon receive a facelift as the SUV has remained unchanged in terms of design since its launch. The SUV has been the mainstay of Jeep’s Indian portfolio of vehicles, and the American automaker has been giving the Compass additional features at regular intervals. The next big change will be a full facelift.