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Pricewatch: Honda CR-V v Jeep Compass

The small SUV sector is the market undergoing most change at the moment with a host of new launches from manufacturers.

Jeep is the latest to enter the sector with its road-biased, part-time four-wheel drive Compass. With a price tag of just under £18,000 it is good value for money thanks to a lengthy list of standard equipment including leather seats.

But the competition in this sector is strong, and Honda’s new CR-aV is setting the standard in terms of comfort, performance and, more importantly, residual values. The Jeep is £1,000 cheaper at the front end, but can its RV match the British-build Honda?

  • HONDA CR-V 2.2 i-CDTi SE: Price new £19,802

    Mileage Age (months) Predicted value Money lost
    20,000 12 £14,300/72% £5,502
    30,000 18 £12,750/64% £7,052
    40,000 24 £11,375/57% £8,427
    50,000 30 £10,150/51% £9,652
    60,000 36 £9,075/46% £10,727

    Source: CAP Motor Research

  • JEEP COMPASS 2.0 CRD LIMITED: Price new £18,792

    Mileage Age (months) Predicted value Money lost
    20,000 12 £12,325/66% £6,467
    30,000 18 £10,825/58% £7,967
    40,000 24 £9,525/51% £9,267
    50,000 30 £8,400/45% £10,392
    60,000 36 £7,425/40% £11,367

    Source: CAP Motor Research
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