2020 Jeep Gladiator
The silence of the red-rock desert is interrupted by a rumbling that grows louder with each passing second. This is no rockslide. No flash flood. But it is something big and powerful, and it’s coming very soon. We’re talking about the off-road capable, best-in-class towing and payload, slick-as-steel, and all-new Jeep Gladiator. This innovative and never-before-seen truck combines everything you love about Jeep with everything you hope for in a pickup. Are you ready for one? Order in March and we’ll have your brand new 2020 Jeep Gladiator on the ground at Swope Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram by June!
Jeep-Pickup Love Child
The first thing you’ll notice is the Gladiator’s distinct look. This truck really does look like a Jeep in front, but with a pickup bed in back that readies you for action. The bed is five feet long, ending in a three-position tailgate and topped with an optional roll-up tonneau cover. In the cabin, the Gladiator seats five on cloth or premium leather seats. One feature that’ll have you oohing and aahing is the open-air cabin. Whether you opt for soft- or hardtop roof, you can remove it, along with all four doors to get in touch with your environment. We can’t imagine a more fun way to feel the wind in your hair and get in touch with nature. You can even lower the front windshield for off-roading fun.
Best-In-Class Towing and Payload
Move over Ford and Chevy: Jeep is cutting into your turf. The all-new Jeep Gladiator offers best-in-class towing with a capacity of up to 7,650 pounds, when properly equipped, and a payload capacity of up to 1,600 pounds. No other mid-size crew cab pickup does better. The Gladiator beats out the Honda Ridgeline, the Nissan Frontier, the Toyota Tacoma, and more. In addition, the 5-foot truck bed is tough – constructed from high-strength steel, with four heavy-duty tie downs that come standard, the Gladiator holds its own as a truck. So take that boat, horse trailer, or RV to the lake or mountain. The Jeep Gladiator is good for it.
Off-Roading Chops Befitting Its Name
You just can’t write about a Jeep and not talk about its off-roading prowess. The brand has built a name and reputation in off-roading for itself and the Gladiator is no exception. This Jeep pickup is equipped with a Dana 44 heavy-duty front and rear axles with a quality 4×4 system. If you want to maximize the off-road potential, cross over to the Rubicon to add lockable wide track axles, an electronic disconnecting front sway bar, FOX shocks, and 33-inch all-terrain tires. If you’re not a dedicated off-roading buff, those features might not mean much to you. But you’ll notice a difference out on the rocky trail. Top it all off with footage of your adventures, with a front-facing TrailCam off-road camera, standard in the Gladiator Rubicon.
Jeep lovers have been clamoring for an authentic Jeep pickup for many years now. Because they know that off-roading chops combined with the versatility and utility of a pickup truck would be like peanut butter and chocolate. At last we can enjoy a combination that always made a whole lot of sense. The Jeep Gladiator hits dealerships this summer–reserve yours NOW by filling out the form below. The 2020 Gladiator is sure to be a hot ticket–don’t miss your opportunity!