For years on end, the people of India awaited Jeep's arrival. When the maker of the Wrangler did eventually arrive, there was a lot of noise, most of it caused by the jeering and shattering of laptop screens at the prices Jeep announced for its wholly capable but not exactly premium range. Ever since, Jeep has asked the masses to calm their bits and wait for the C-SUV, and it has finally arrived. Here's your first look at what will be the most affordable Jeep.It comes as a relief that the Compass has almost nothing in common with the other small Jeep, the Renegade, in terms of appearance. The Compass' face is unmistakably mini-Grand Cherokee, and overall, it looks fairly imposing. Size-wise, the Compass dwarfs the Hyundai Creta, and occupies about as much real estate as the incoming new Tucson. It doesn't have three rows of seats, because adding a third row would mean zero boot space, which currently stands at 410 litres (388 on the Trailhawk).The Compass will go on sale in Brazil right away with two engine options\: a 2.0-litre flex-fuel Tigershark engine, which, when sipping petrol, will send 154bhp and 195Nm of torque to the front wheels only, and a 2.0-litre MultiJet diesel directing 165bhp and 350Nm of spin to all four corners. While the Tigershark can only be had with a six-speed automatic, the diesel gets a nine-speed auto courtesy ZF -- the maker of some of the silkiest transmissions known to mankind.See more pictures of the CompassThere are a total of four trim levels for the Brazilian audience – Sport, Longitude, Limited and Trailhawk. Longitude is the only variant to get a choice of engines, as Sport and Limited are available exclusively with the flex-fuel engine, and the Trailhawk is diesel-only. Sport, despite being the base car, gets stuff such as two front airbags, reverse camera with rear parking sensors, electronic stability control, an infotainment system with a five-inch touchscreen and satellite navigation, among other things. Longitude adds 18-inch wheels, dual-zone climate control, keyless entry, an 8.4-inch touchscreen unit, while the Limited packs in seven airbags, xenon headlamps, a blind spot monitoring system, a seven-inch colour screen for the instrument panel, electric folding mirrors, leather seats, a rain and light sensor and dual-tone 18-inch alloys.The Trailhawk is for those who would like to use their compass in the wild, and so, it gets all-terrain tyres, tow hooks and added ground clearance\: 229mm compared to the standard Compass' 218. The Trailhawk's Active Drive Low 4x4 system will also possess an exclusive 'Rock' mode.While production of the Compass has commenced at Jeep's plant in Brazil, you'll be glad to know that it will also be made here, in India, at Fiat's Ranjangaon facility, and launch will take place in the middle of 2017. Prices for the Compass, in Brazil, start at roughly Rs 20 lakh in our money, and go up to Rs 30 lakh for the Trailhawk, which should serve as a fair indicator of the expected prices for India. But Jeep will know full well that the Tucson is coming, and it may just find a way to duck under the Rs 20 lakh mark.