Couldnt find a thread for Jeep Compass' that have lift kits installed. Thought I would start one so we people with nice jeeps can post pics and people looking to put on lifts could come for questions.
The riding on my 2014 2.4L manual there as no change in mileage still got about 29-32 gal. on the riding in my opinion it rides better feels ur in more control do to you siting higher. I think I got some pic of lift with stock rims and tires all I will sayt looks 10x better with larger tiers I have 235/65/R17 with 1.5" spacers that as large as u can go without doing mods the fender wellHey guys, the Jeeps look fantastic. I want to know about the performance of the lift kits. How has it affected MPG and ride quality mostly? Does it handle a little different because it has a higher ground clearance or does it feel relatively the same? Also do you have any photo's of what it looks like on stock rims and tires after the lift has been put on?
so far all ive done is the lift and tiers im in the military and stationed in Germany so its hard to get something's over here but im planning on getting the SuperSliders from RRO the hole bumper kit with winch also changing my lower fasica (lower bumper cover) with the FDII model one better clearance and looks better the roof rack from RRO when they ever come out with 2011+ model I had a standered one but it seems to sit to high the RRO one sits really low to the jeep looks way better and gas/engine skid plates29-32?! I drive a bit of mix and I'm averaging around 25, put in a K&N air filter and the gas mileage really hasn't changed. Same thing, 14' compass 2.4L with a manny. What all have you done with your vehicle other than the lift? I'm probably going to follow suit and lift mine with the RRO and some thicker tires, What I really want to do is get some undercarriage protection. Jeep doesn't offer it on the manual transmissions apparently. I had custom ordered mine and that was a bit of a disappointment for me.