Learn More About The 2020 Jeep Gladiator
Whether you’re a longtime Jeep fan or you’re considering your first Jeep vehicle, you’ll want to take a closer look at the 2020 Gladiator. This all-new model combines the well-known Jeep 4×4 capabilities with the towing and hauling capacity of a pickup truck for a vehicle that can take you and your cargo anywhere. Get to know the 2020 Jeep Gladiator and find the right trim level for you.
2020 Jeep Gladiator Specs
With its rugged construction, off-road capabilities, and enhanced towing abilities, the Jeep Gladiator delivers. Get a glimpse of this model’s top features.
Engine and Transmission
The base model comes with a 3.6L V-6 24V variable valve timing (VVT) engine with Electronic Start Stop (ESS), which automatically turns off the engine while the vehicle is stopped to reduce fuel consumption. Most trim levels come with a six-speed manual transmission, but an eight-speed option is available for some trim levels. All Gladiator trims get 16 miles per gallon (mpg) in the city and 23 mpg on the highway.
Towing and Hauling Capacity
If you need to tow a trailer, a boat, or even another Jeep, you’re in luck. The Gladiator is designed with a towing capacity of 4,000 pounds, with plenty of room for everything you need for an unforgettable adventure.
Thanks to the Gladiator’s pickup design, this model can do much more than tow. With its 1,700-lb payload, this truck can also handle all your outdoor gear.
Whether you go for bright colors that are designed to stand out or you prefer more subtle earth tones, there’s a Gladiator shade for you. The 2020 model comes in nine colors, ranging from bold Firecracker Red and Hydro Blue to understated Gobi and Gator.
Many trim levels feature painted front bumpers and body-color grilles for a classic Jeep look. Most also include rear splash guards and hard or soft top options.
The 2020 Jeep Gladiator is designed to seat five comfortably. Most trims feature cloth bucket seats in black or tan, and some offer heated seats and rear cup holders.
Entertainment and Navigation
It’s easy to stay connected while you’re on the road, thanks to the Gladiator’s standard Uconnect 3 system with a 5-inch touch screen. Most trims include SiriusXM with a one-year radio subscription so you can play your favorite music, news, and podcasts while you drive.
Safety Features and Technology
You can feel safe and secure every time you get behind the wheel of a Gladiator. Most trims have available safety technology like:
- Selec-Speed Control: This system operates on off-road terrain, improving traction and maintaining a consistent speed.
- Trailer Hitch Zoom: This rear camera feature makes it easier to hook up a trailer.
2020 Jeep Gladiator Trim Levels and Limited Editions
The 2020 Jeep Gladiator comes in seven trim levels and limited editions. Find out what sets each option apart.
Gladiator Sport 4X4
As the base model, the Gladiator Sport comes standard with all the essentials as well as available features like the daytime running lamp system and interior assist handles. You can also customize the Sport with the Max Tow Package, which features all-terrain tires, Trac-Lok anti-spin rear differential, and heavy-duty axles.
Gladiator Sport S 4X4
The Gladiator Sport S comes standard with remote keyless entry and has optional safety features, like the ParkSense rear park-assist system, blind-spot detection, and a forward collision warning. You can also add convenient extras like a universal garage door opener, heated front seats, and a heated steering wheel.
Gladiator Altitude 4X4
It’s easy to spot the Gladiator Altitude in a crowd, thanks to exterior features like a body-color grille, body-color fender flares, and front splash guards by Mopar. This trim comes with a black trail-rated badge and 18-inch aluminum wheels that enhance its rugged look. The Altitude also features Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, an integrated center stack radio, and a 7-inch display screen so you can connect your devices easily.
Gladiator Overland 4X4
The Gladiator Overland illuminates the road ahead with LED front fog lamps and reflector headlamps, and the available satin black grille helps this trim stand out. Make this model your own by adding on a premium soft-top or a body-color hardtop, and kick back and relax in the Overland cloth or leather-trimmed seats. The Overland also has optional GPS navigation to keep you on the right track.
Gladiator Rubicon 4X4
The Gladiator Rubicon also features its own cloth seats and optional extras like HD radio, SiriusXM Traffic Plus, an Alpha premium audio system, and a wireless Bluetooth speaker. You can take this trim to the next level by adding on a suite of Jeep active safety features or the Mopar Trail Rail System, which includes a lockable storage bin, a truck bed AC outlet, and an alternator.
Gladiator Mojave 4X4
With the Gladiator Mojave, there’s no need to stay on the road. This trim is equipped for off-road excitement with its standard premium seats with sport bolsters and 4.10 axle ratio as well as its optional transmission skid plate, heavy-duty engine cooling, and eight-speed transmission.
Gladiator North Edition 4X4
The Gladiator North Edition has everything you need to get out on the open road. This trim comes standard with an automatic eight-speed transmission, a Jeep trail-rated kit, a remote start system, and an 8.4-inch display screen. Add on a 400W inverter to keep your gadgets charged, no matter how long you’re on the road.
2020 Jeep Gladiator Price
The 2020 Jeep Gladiator MSRP starts at $33,545. The manufacturer’s suggested retail prices for this model’s 2020 trim levels and limited editions are as follows:
- Gladiator Sport 4X4:MSRP $33,545.
- Gladiator Sport S 4X4: MSRP $36,745.
- Gladiator Altitude 4X4: MSRP $40,340.
- Gladiator Overland 4X4: MSRP $40,395.
- Gladiator Rubicon 4X4: MSRP $43,875.
- Gladiator Mojave 4X4: MSRP $43,875.
- Gladiator North Edition 4X4: MSRP $45,915.
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