The Limited sits high in the Jeep Compass line-up, just under the ranging-topping Trailhawk at $41,250 for the petrol variant, and $43,750 for the diesel version.

The standard features list on the Limited grade is impressive, including an 8.4-inch touchscreen with sat nav, Apple Carplay and Android Auto, reversing camera, nine-speaker Beats Audio stereo with digital radio, dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, leather wrapped steering wheel, auto headlights and wipers, roof rails, tinted rear glass, auto parking (parallel and perpendicular), passenger seat storage and 18-inch alloy wheels.

The Longitude is available with a 2.4-litre 129kW/229Nm four-cylinder petrol engine or a 2.0-litre 125kW/350Nm turbo-diesel and six-speed automatic transmission. All Limited variants are four-wheel drive.

The Jeep Compass scored the maximum five-star ANCAP score when it was tested in 2017, and while the Longitude does have seven airbags, traction and stability control and ABS it does not come standard with advanced safety equipment such as AEB – you’ll have to option that feature.