Jeep Compass Wiper Blade Sizes (2007-2022)

A dirt-free and clear windshield is primary for safety. When windshield wipers do their job, they make consistent and complete contact with your windshield. Any microtears or built-up dirt can prevent the wiper from fully making contact with the glass. This can create smears and streaks that result in impaired sight lines.

Proactively replacing front and rear windshield wipers can make your trips safer. It is not always easy to identify which wiper is the right one for your vehicle. The chart below makes it simple for the Jeep Compass.

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Jeep Compass Wiper Blade Size Chart

2022SUV24"18"10"Bosch ICON
2021SUV24"18"10"Bosch ICON
2020SUV24"18"10"Bosch ICON
2019SUV24"18"10"Bosch ICON
2018SUV24"18"10"Bosch ICON
2017SUV22"20"10"Bosch ICON
2016SUV22"20"10"Bosch ICON
2015SUV22"20"10"Bosch ICON
2014SUV22"20"10"Bosch ICON
2013SUV22"20"10"Bosch ICON
2012SUV22"20"10"Bosch ICON
2011SUV22"20"10"Bosch ICON
2010SUV22"20"10"Bosch ICON
2009SUV22"20"10"Bosch ICON
2008SUV22"20"10"Bosch ICON
2007SUV22"20"10"Bosch ICON

About the Jeep Compass

Jeep debuted the Compass in the 2007 model year. It fills the space gap between the smaller Jeep Renegade and the larger Jeep Cherokee. The Compass can seat up to five people, and conveniently comes in front-wheel drive and 4WD models.

This has given drivers great choices to match their driving needs. It has been available in up to seven trim levels over the years. The Compass is available in a manual transmission for those who prefer that.

The Compass is a great choice for everyday trips around town, taking the kids to their sporting events and weekend getaways. The seating configurations give drivers flexibility to easily tweak the needs of passengers and their gear.

The Compass has a refined interior, and can have a luxury feel with its leather seats, heated driver and passenger seats, well-designed storage areas and a modern instrument panel.

Jeep has included more safety features as standard as the years have progressed. Drivers can appreciate high-tech features such as adaptive cruise control, active lane management, collision warning, blind spot monitoring and much more. For those who tow a trailer, the hill descent control provides an added layer of safety.

For drivers who primarily use their Jeep Compass for off-road and trail riding, they typically choose the Compass Trailhawk. This officially trail-rated SUV is built with the dependable and always-ready Jeep features, such as increased ground clearance, water fording, increased traction, greater maneuverability and articulation.

Competitors to the Compass include the Ford Bronco Sport, Honda CR-V, Nissan Rogue and the Kia Sportage.

See Also: Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Liberty, Jeep Commander, Jeep Patriot, Jeep Wrangler