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post #1 of 7 Old 04-01-2019, 03:05 AM Thread Starter
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Hey Jeepers,
I want to say with heavy heart, I’m leaving this forum. The reason being is I just sold my 2018 Jeep Compass TH. It was a good time and will miss all of you. This forum has been helpful and informative. If you want to reach out my email address is [email protected]
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post #2 of 7 Old 04-01-2019, 03:17 AM
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Gosh, you didn't keep it long. Was it a problem vehicle? What did you replace it with? Sorry to see you go.
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Gosh, you didn't keep it long. Was it a problem vehicle? What did you replace it with? Sorry to see you go. [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.myjeepcompass.com/forums/images/MyJeepCompass_toucan/smilies/tango_face_crying.png[/IMG]
Yeah I didn’t have it long, I had issues with the push start button. It would take at least 3-5 seconds to start. Jeep was aware of the problem and had no fix for it. Was getting worse and I was afraid something would happen while I was driving.

This is going to sound crazy to everyone here, but I replaced the Jeep with a Buick Regal TourX. If you google it is a station wagon. My wife still has her Jeep Compass, remember there was two in the family.
It bothered me that Jeep didn’t have any idea as to why it took so long for the compass to even start (They didn’t seem concerned ) Since my wife has one as well. I had something to compare with starting up time wise.
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Well hey, if you've still got a Compass in the stable you should stick around.

I wasn't aware of the Buick Tourx wagon. Looks nice at first glance. I'll have to check a little further.
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Well hey, if you've still got a Compass in the stable you should stick around.

I wasn't aware of the Buick Tourx wagon. Looks nice at first glance. I'll have to check a little further.
Yeah you're right... I will stick around. As for the TourX it's very nice. Most people aren't aware of the Buick TourX Wagon. Buick has done a poor job getting the word out(Lack Of). AWD and great standard features. It's huge with the seats down I have 73 cubic inches!!
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It's huge with the seats down I have 73 cubic inches!!
I presume you meant cubic feet. That makes it about the size of the GM X-body wagons. I had a several of those. A couple gave me tranny problems, but one was just about perfect (93 Cutlass Cruiser). I loved the interior size, fuel economy, agility and road comfort. I was an outside sales rep and those vehicles were my rolling business quarters to the tune of 1000 miles/week.
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It's huge with the seats down I have 73 cubic inches!!
I presume you meant cubic feet. <img src="http://www.myjeepcompass.com/forums/images/smilies/icon_biggrin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="" class="inlineimg" /> That makes it about the size of the GM X-body wagons. I had a several of those. A couple gave me tranny problems, but one was just about perfect (93 Cutlass Cruiser). I loved the interior size, fuel economy, agility and road comfort. I was an outside sales rep and those vehicles were my rolling business quarters to the tune of 1000 miles/week.
Oh My God!!
That was clearly a typo lol!! Feet not inches &#x1f602;
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