The 2020 Jeep Gladiator  | STARTING MSRP: $33,545  |  Serving Fergus Falls, MN

2020 Jeep Gladiator

One of the most iconic Jeeps, at least in the eyes of Jeep fans, was known as the Gladiator or J-Series and was produced from 1962-1988. The Gladiator was a Jeep/Pickup Truck hybrid that brought together the ruggedness of the Jeep with the versatility and convenience of a truck bed. This made for a trail-ready, off-road capable truck that was ready for just about anything. For years, Jeep executives have been tossing around the idea of designing a similar version to bring back the nostalgic Gladiator and with recent pressure from the Jeep community for a return of the 1980s Comanche, Jeep finally made it happen.

The 2020 Jeep Gladiator, much like its older version, combines the tried and true Jeep Wrangler with a Pickup Truck giving you the crew cab seating Wrangler owners love plus the added convenience of a truck bed. With a 31 inch longer frame and a 20 inch longer wheelbase, the Gladiator is definitely a unique vehicle to look at. With the new frame and added truck bed, the new Gladiator only weighs about 400lbs more than the Wrangler, which is great for those concerned about weights when hitting the trails. Today we are going to look at the 4 different 2020 Jeep Gladiator trim level and see just what you will be getting with each.


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Sport

2020 Jeep Gladiator Sport

Like many of Jeep's vehicle offerings, the base model on the Gladiator is known as the Sport trim level. This is going to be the most affordable 2020 Jeep Gladiator as it will include all of the basic features that all of the other trim levels will build off of. Don't let the base model stigma fool you, the Gladiator Sport comes equipped with many options you would not expect on a base model vehicle. One of the most important things to think about when off-roading, hauling, towing, or even just commuting, is the drivetrain. The engine and transmission combo are going to be what makes or breaks both a Jeep and a pickup truck, so having the right combination in the Gladiator is highly important.

Jeep has equipped the 2020 Gladiator with a powerful 3.6L V6 engine and has given you the option of an automatic, manual, or electrically variable manual transmission to give you best in class payload and towing. This is thanks to the 285 horsepower and 260 torque produced from this combination. Moving onto the interior, the Sport is going to appeal to those who do not need all of the luxuries of higher end models. That is not to say that the Sport does not come with many great features. You can expect to enjoy a Uconnect 3 system, 8 speaker stereo system, a backup camera, 5" touchscreen display, cloth bucket seats, a lockable rear seat storage compartment, and programmable auxiliary switches. On the exterior of the Gladiator, the Sport features 17" black steel wheels, a body color grille, Gladiator fender decals, standard black bumpers and fenders, and a single top package.

Sport S

2020 Jeep Gladiator Sport S

If the Sport package seems like a great package, but you are wanting just a few more features to make driving the Gladiator a little more convenient, the Sport S just might be the trim level you are looking for. The Sport S is going to carry over the same engine, transmission, and many of the same features as the Sport. Where the Sport S really makes a difference is in the exterior and interior upgrades. The biggest upgrades on the Sport S are found in the interior where Jeep has splurged on some new technology. On the Sport S, you are going to find power heated mirrors, a power locking door, power locking tailgate, Uconnect4, a 7" touchscreen with Andoid Auto and Apple Play, a 115 volt power outlet in the bed of the truck, and a removable bluetooth speaker that is industry exclusive. Looking at the exterior of the Sport S, you will notice that the black steel wheels found on the Sport level have been upgraded to a more modern 17" tech silver aluminum wheel. This gives the Sport S a better look while providing a better contrast for each color available on the Gladiator. You will also get the added convenience of keyless entry as well.

Overland

2020 Jeep Gladiator Overland

Of course, what would a new Jeep Gladiator be without trim levels that cater to the off-road lovers? If you are familiar with Jeep's vehicle lineup, you are well aware of the Overland trim levels. The Overland vehicles are made for those who like to venture off-roading trails, but aren't really into hitting hardcore mud pits. These vehicles are built for backroading, mountain exploring, and overall off-road adventures. The 2020 Jeep Gladiator was built with the same mentality featuring the same great engine and transmission found on the Sport S but with features that are going to aid in off-roading. You can expect to see features such as new 18" Granite Crystal aluminum wheels, side steps, body color fender flares, leather trimmed seats, leather interior details, Uconnect with an 8.4" touchscreen, and adaptive cruise control with forward collision warning and active braking.

Rubicon

2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon

If you are wanting the top of the line, fully loaded Gladiator, look no further than the Rubicon. The 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon was built to fit the needs of those who want to push their Jeep to the limits. The 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon includes great features such as a Rock-Trac 4x4 system, 33" off-road tires, and high clearance fender flares. Beefing up the suspension, Jeep added locking differentials for the front and the rear of the car, a set of electronic sway bar disconnects, and FOX shocks. A vented Rubicon hood, rock rails, Trailcam off-road camera, and a Uconnect 4C navigation system help finish off the Gladiator Rubicon. As you can see, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator is built to cater many different styles and can be a great fit for any Jeep enthusiasts. We here at Nelson CDJR are ready to help you find the Gladiator that fits you the best!