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South Pointe Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram invites you to learn more about the innovative and convenient 2020 Jeep Gladiator in Tulsa, OK. Explore all the specs, features, trims, and options for this best-in-class mid-size pickup truck.
AT LAST, Jeep has actually come back to the pickup truck segment! The tease of a new Jeep pickup began nearly fifteen years ago and enthusiasts have been waiting for it to become a reality. Nearly twenty eight years from when the last Jeep pickup was sold (the 1992 Jeep Comanche), the 2020 Jeep Gladiator will lastly be making its way to automaker lots. The new Jeep Gladiator is a 4-door, five-passenger pickup truck that shares several styling hints from the Jeep Wrangler, including the removable doors and a windscreen that can be lowered. The mid-size pickup market is loaded with quality pickups, so will the brand-new Gladiator hear the shouts of the crowd or fail at the hands of the competition? Let’s consider the numbers & see!
The ’20 Gladiator heavily mirrors some body hints from the exceptionally popular Jeep Wrangler. Not just does the Gladiator have detachable doors and a windscreen that folds down, but it likewise has both hardtop and soft top options making it the only ‘convertible’ pickup in the sector. The 5-foot pickup truck bed combines with an easy-to-lower, 3-position tailgate & available roll-up tonneau cover to offer you flexible cargo choices.
There will only be one engine offered for the initial new Jeep Gladiator – the dependable 3.6 L 6-cylinder engine that is also found in the Wrangler – a 3.0 L EcoDiesel is reported to be found in the future. A six-speed manual transmission is the standard alternative yet an eight-speed auto is offered for an added charge. The all-new Jeep Gladiator rises over the competitors with a Best-in-Class cargo capacity of 1,600lbs (when correctly outfitted). The rest of the mid-size trucks can’t match the all-new Gladiator’s towing power either. It’s been developed to deliver Best-in-Class towing of as much as 7,650 pounds (once more, when effectively geared up). Best in segment cargo capability, hauling AND the off-road capability of a Jeep? The competition never ever stood a chance.
While the new Jeep Gladiator has many of the latest safety tech like Forward Collision Warning and Adaptive Cruise Control as available options, the truly great innovation choices improve its off-road capacities. Offered features like the Tru-Lok ® Electronic Locking Front & Rear differentials, 33-Inch Tires with High Clearance Fender Flares, and Electronic Disconnecting Front Sway Bar all help confirm the brand-new Jeep Gladiator as a true off-road monster.
Nevertheless, the coolest innovation is the brand-new TrailCam Off-Road Camera. A cam mounted in the front grille is presented on the Uconnect ® touchscreen, including dynamic tire path gridlines to assist in efficiently get around hard rocks. Despite hyped expectations, the ’20 Gladiator looks to have erased all question and with its mix of modern technology and off-road capability it looks to catapult to the head of the group.