The 2020 Jeep Gladiator

The 2020 Jeep Gladiator

​For outdoor enthusiasts and Jeep fans looking for a cargo-bed model, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator steps in by partnering a four-door cab with a five-foot steel box that adds truck capabilities. Integrated tie-downs make the bed ideal for hauling utility vehicles or all-terrain vehicles or strategic loads of home or camping supplies. The engine option is standard across all Jeep Gladiator models, but different trims do provide access to increased amenities. For combination adventure and work-week drivers, safety features will help with the commute while Gladiator's towing and payload capacity provide access to even more ways to play. Special financing available from Jeep for a limited time can help put well-qualified buyers in the driver's seat faster.

​For outdoor enthusiasts and Jeep fans looking for a cargo-bed model, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator steps in by partnering a four-door cab with a five-foot steel box that adds truck capabilities…

Integrated tie-downs make the bed ideal for hauling utility vehicles or all-terrain vehicles or strategic loads of home or camping supplies. The engine option is standard across all Jeep Gladiator models, but different trims do provide access to increased amenities. For combination adventure and work-week drivers, safety features will help with the commute while Gladiator's towing and payload capacity provide access to even more ways to play. Special financing available from Jeep for a limited time can help put well-qualified buyers in the driver's seat faster.

A 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine powers the 2020 Jeep Gladiator. It features 285 horsepower and can provide maximum torque of 260 pound-feet to assist with cargo hauling or towing needs. Towing capacity maxes out at 7,650 pounds. Payload possible in the bed is 1,700 pounds. Included LED lights will help keep an eye on cargo for night drives. Engine stop and start technology help maximize fuel economy. The Gladiator averages 16/23 miles per gallon in the city and on the highway. As expected, the vehicle is ready for off-road adventures. Included gear features are front and rear Tru-Lock locking differentials and shocks capable of handling bumpy trails. Front and rear cameras help drivers keep an eye on the trail night or day.

The interior of the 2020 Jeep Gladiator provides all the bells and whistles of city cruising vehicles with many more geared specifically to the rugged lifestyle the Jeep promotes. Voice command through Uconnect helps drivers access hands-free features on their phones, such as call and text, while Sirius XM Guardian provides access to safety features like Roadside Assistance Calling. A rugged display provides an 8.4-inch touchscreen with an enhanced navigation system capable of locating needed amenities, such as ATM machines, gas stations, accommodations and restaurants. A regular interior feature - a 115 volt/400-watt power outlet - is also available in the bed of the Gladiator. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are ready to use in the touchscreen command center. Rear seats fold to enhance cargo space, and a removable bin can be stowed in this area to secure valuables or loose items. Upgrades include leather-trimmed seats, LED lights and platinum finishes.

The 2020 Jeep Gladiator has not yet been rated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. However, the vehicle boasts about having over 80 safety and security features included on all models. Many of the safety features help transition a vehicle read for off-road adventures to a safe ride in town traffic. Blind-spot monitoring uses radar sensors to notify drivers about vehicles approaching in hard-to-see areas while adaptive cruise control keeps the Jeep from following too closely without manual speed adjustments. The same feature also provides a full stop when necessary to help avoid a collision. The full-speed forward collision warning with active braking also provides a similar feature while rear cross path detection helps identify potential hazards approaching from the side as the driver backs up in a parking lot or navigates toward an alley or through-street with traffic.

The base Jeep Gladiator Sport model starts at $33,545 while the Sport S starts at $36,745. The Overland model starts at $40,395 while the Rubicon's starting price is $43,545. Primary options between the different models include access to LED lighting, wheel variations, enhanced audio system options and premium amenities like leather seats. Upgrades to an eight-speed automatic transmission are available at all trim levels. Jeep is promoting a 2020 lease special for the Gladiator Sport S at $319 per month, 10,000 miles per year for 36 months with $4,939 due at signing. The promotion is valid through Sept. 30, 2019. On the Rubicon and Overland models, Jeep is offering 3.75% APR for 60 months for well-qualified buyers through Sept. 30, 2019.

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