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The compact pickup truck market is a highly competitive arena, and the all-new Jeep Gladiator makes its triumphant debut as a formidable contender. It pulls off the assembly line with the extraordinary performance that drivers expect from Jeep, and it balances the maker’s celebrated off-road capabilities with impressive towing and hauling power. The exterior sport the rugged, work-ready design that instantly distinguishes a Jeep on the road, and the durable interior can be opened up to embrace the outdoors on any excursion.
The new 2020 Jeep Gladiator is available in four trim levels:
The sport trim starts the range with a convenient Uconnect touchscreen, cloth upholstery, a rearview camera, skid plates, and a transfer case. The Sport S expands on the base with power locks and windows, plus the option to upgrade with various packages. The available Jeep Active Safety Group adds parking sensors, blind spot monitoring, and rear cross traffic alert. The Cold Weather Group and a hated steering wheel and heated front seats. For additional tech options, you can opt for the Radio Group with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and dual-zone automatic climate control.
The Overland version comes standard with smartphone connectivity, satellite radio, extra USB ports, and dual-zone automatic climate control. You may also add navigation and HD Radio. The range-topping Rubicon specializes in off-roading, and it comes equipped with a way bar, a brush guard, front and rear locking differentials, 33-inch tires, and rock rails.
When there’s a job to do on the road or far off the beaten path, the Gladiator is up for the challenge with all the power and performance that Jeep is known for. You can find this capable truck here at Jay Hodge Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram of Paris, and we hope you come check it out and take it for a test run.
While the five-foot truck bed introduces unprecedented hauling potential into the Jeep lineup, the Gladiator’s cabin recalls the practical functionality of the Wrangler SUV. The Gladiator can hold five passengers in a refreshingly spacious interior for its class. while the stock cabin is already roomy, you can remove the top, doors, and even the windshield for a truly open and airy experience. Both rows offer plenty of posture support, as well as an excellent view of the road, and there’s no shortage of legroom in any seat. You can fasten car seats in the back row with two full sets of LATCH connections. The durable, water-resistant cabin may be customized with available features like leather or premium cloth upholstery, a heated steering wheel, and heated front seats.
The 2020 Gladiator is available in these colors:
The Gladiator handles confidently on city streets and open highways, and it remains steady at high speeds or while taking corners. As one should expect from the Jeep name, the Gladiator truly shines when you venture off the pavement. Four-wheel drive comes standard, as do skid plates and a two-speed transfer case. Like the rugged Wrangler, the truck is adept at navigating rough terrain with ease, and the Rubicon trim is specially equipped for the most extreme excursions. The Gladiator runs on a 280-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 engine capable of 260 pound-feet of torque. The V6 pairs with either the standard six-speed manual transmission or the available eight-speed automatic. When equipped for the job, the truck can tow 7,650 pounds and haul 1,600 pounds.
When it’s time to get the job done, you can rely on the Jeep Gladiator to tackle the task with unrivaled capability. If you’d like to learn more about this all-new truck, we welcome you to come by our dealership here in Paris. While you’re here, you can browse our inventory and talk with our team about Jeep’s lineup. You can also get the financing process started in advance by applying online!
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