The Black Pack edition, as the name suggests, gets a considerable dash of black throughout the car carrying over to the interiors also. The exteriors, for instance, get a black roof, black mirrors, and black alloy wheels. The Black Pack is available in 3 exterior option - Vocal White, Minimal Grey, and Magnesio Grey.
The Black Pack is based on the top-spec Limited(O) variant which comes with a 7.0-inch infotainment system, dual-zone automatic climate control, reverse parking sensors, push-button start with keyless entry and go. It also gets a traction control, ESC, ABS with EBD, hill-start assist, cornering front fog lamps, and rear fog lamps as standard. The interiors of the Black Pack doesn’t differ in design or layout but the all-white colour scheme is replaced with an all-black colour scheme which is in tune with the exterior.
The mechanicals of the car is identical to the standard version with the 2.0-litre MJD diesel engine churning out 170 bhp and 350 Nm of torque through a 6-speed manual gearbox. The 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine makes 160 bhp and 250 Nm of peak torque. The 7-speed automatic transmission is still only available with the petrol engine, which is a bummer as the market is evolving, with the dire need for an automatic transmission reflecting in the declining sales numbers every month.
The Compass Black Pack Edition is dearer than the Limited (O) by 15,000 Rs and Jeep India is aiming to boost the festive sales by introducing the Black Pack and also an upcoming Limited Plus variant which will come with a much anticipated panoramic sunroof, automatic wipers, electrically adjustable seats and other features.