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This year Jeep introduced a brand new vehicle to its model lineup, a highly capable four-door pickup truck known as the Gladiator. The truck comes with a five-foot steel bed and is based on the Wrangler Unlimited. This means the Gladiator offers the same level of open air-freedom as the Wrangler does. The Gladiator also comes with immense off-road capability and the ability to tow your biggest toys thanks in part to the 285 horsepower 3.6-liter V6 engine that powers the Gladiator. Keep reading down below to learn what features come with each of the four trim levels of the 2020 Jeep Gladiator.

Gladiator Sport

The Gladiator model lineup starts off with the Sport which comes equipped with all-season tires, 17-inch wheels, removable doors, a fold-down front windshield, and a convertible folding soft top so you can experience open-air freedom like never before. The Sport model also comes standard with a Class II bumper hitch that's rated to tow up to 4,500 pounds, a combination four-and-seven-pin trailer plug, and anti-sway trailer control. Inside the Gladiator Sport, you'll find a rearview mirror, Bluetooth, a 5-inch central display, voice control capability, and an eight-speaker sound system. 

Gladiator Sport S

The Sport S model of the Gladiator upgrades the features list of the Sport to include power windows, heated power mirrors, alloy wheels, power door and tailgate locks, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror so you never get blinded by the headlight behind you. The Sport S model also unlocks several different packages which include the Technology Group package, the Cargo Group package, the Safety Group package, and the Advanced Safety group package. 

Gladiator Overland

Moving on down the model lineup you'll find the Overland which increases the styling and capability of the Gladiator. The Overland comes standard with side steps that make getting into the Gladiator a breeze, body-colored wheel arches, 18-inch alloy wheels, and tinted rear windows. The Overland also comes standard with LED ambient footwell lighting, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a 110-volt outlet in the center console, and a 7-inch touchscreen.

Gladiator Rubicon

Take on any trail with the off-road-oriented Gladiator Rubicon model that sits at the top of the model lineup. Body-protecting rock rails and skid plates help protect the body of the Rubicon while 33-inch all-terrain tires help get you over the biggest obstacles. The Gladiator also comes with locking front and rear differentials, Fox shock absorbers, and an electronically disconnectable front stabilizer bar. 

Several stand-alone features are available across the entire model line up and include a spray-in bed liner, a black hardtop with removable roof panels, a semi-rigid roll-up tonneau cover, a premium Alpine sound system, an 8.4-inch infotainment display, and a premium soft top. 

Now that you have a better idea of which trim level of the 2020 Jeep Gladiator is for you we invite you to check out our entire selection of new Jeep Gladiator's right here. Once you find one you like simply give us a call to set up a test drive.