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My wife and I plan to cross paths with exactly these two vehicles for our next new purchase next spring. Most buyers aren’t car guys or girls, and no one cares about being in a different “class”. The price and interior space are quite close. Trail Hawk vs Bad lands. It will boil down to the test drive. Whatever desires she will get. I think the Bronco Sport will be crossed by the Compass and Cherokee buyers. I
thoughtknow that the Bronco sport has more cargo space. The prices I’ve seen on lots around here aren’t that far apart. We’ll spend a few thousand more to get what we want if that is the case. At higher trim levels, price isn’t always the driving force behind courier sales.
Absolutely, they are cross-buying. We’re talking pure off-road bragging rights and to get a Cherokee Trailhawk the price is way higher than a Bronco Sport Badlands.
The Bronco Sport Badlands rivals the Compass Trailhawk and beats it off-road and in power, handling, and more.
The Bronco Sport has a cheap interior that some have complained about. But the compass has nothing to boast about in this regard. The refreshed compass for the EU has a beautiful interior. But the powertrain is junk. The hybrid isn’t bad on paper, but we’ll see how reliable it is. Plus, we still don’t know much about the Trailhawk version.
Bronco Sport Badlands – $ 35,500
Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk – $ 37,580
Jeep Compass Trailhawk – $ 32,890