If you’re looking for Jeep® SUVs near Woodbridge, NJ, you already know that the 2018 Jeep Compass boasts incredible value, bold Jeep styling, and a variety of upgrade options. But if you look more closely, you’ll notice a number of hidden images in the Jeep Compass. Which ones have you spotted?

Off-Road Morse Code

At first glance, the dead pedal looks like a typical rubber foot rest. But skilled coders and history buffs will note that the succession of raised lines and bumps are actually Morse code. What does it spell out? Sand, Snow, Rivers, Rocks (from left to right). A subtle reminder of the different terrains you can conquer in your versatile 2018 Jeep Compass.

Hidden Gecko

Next time you’re cleaning your windshield, lift up the wipers and you’ll find another hidden image at the bottom of the windshield: a crawling gecko. Why a gecko? Jeep SUVs are known for their ability to deftly handle all sorts of terrain, just as a gecko can easily grip onto all sorts of surfaces. Whether pavement, rock, snow, or rain, Jeep models will get you there in comfort and style.

Leviathan Decal

Look at the other end of the car, and you’ll notice a hidden image in the decal along the rear window. It appears to be a Leviathan or Loch Ness-type monster. Both of these mythical creatures are known for their connection to water. The 2018 Jeep Compass, with its raised clearance, can ford water up to 19 inches. For extra off-road capability, the Jeep Compass offers Active Drive Low, available with the Trailhawk® trim.

Floor Mat Logo

When you get in your new Jeep Compass, simply look down to see the classic Jeep headlights and grille logo on the floor mat. It’s a nod to the history of the Jeep brand, which for years has allowed drivers to go wherever their adventure takes them.

Have you spotted other hidden images in the 2018 Jeep Compass or a different Jeep vehicle? Visit our Jeep dealer near Staten Island, NJ and look for yourself.