The 2020 Jeep Gladiator stands out from the crowd

2020 Jeep Gladiator

The 2020 Jeep Gladiator stands out from the crowd

The Jeep Gladiator is one of the most recognizable pickup trucks by Jeep. The Gladiator is nothing like anything. If you think that all pickups are sluggish, ugly, and lazy giants, you need to take a look at the Gladiator. The pickup features sleek curves that are sure to sweep you off your feet. For a big and brawny pickup, the Gladiator delivers a surprisingly smooth ride. If you’re a Jeep fanboy/fangirl, we have some great news for you. Recently Jeep launched the 2020 version of the Gladiator. The latest iteration of the legendary pickup has already hit Jeep showrooms in Lexington and other parts of the country. We, in this post, take a look at a few reasons to bring a Gladiator home.

Towing capacity
What good is a pickup that cannot tow? If you’re looking for a working dog that can work as hard as you, the Gladiator can be the perfect pickup. Thanks to a high-strength frame, an improved coil rear suspension, and heavy-duty axles, the pickup has a best-in-class towing capacity of 7,650 pounds and a payload allowance of 1,600 pounds. Right from a dirt bike to an ATV, the all-steel 5-foot cargo bed can accommodate almost anything The spray-in bed liner avoids damage to your bed. To help you align your truck precisely with your trailer, the Gladiator comes with a rear backup camera.

If you’re an adrenaline junkie who lives to explore uncharted territories, the Gladiator can be the pickup for you. Equipped with tow hooks, Dana 44 axles, and skid plates, the 2020 Gladiator is ready to face any challenge head-on. The pickup comes with the Jeep Brand 4X4 system that maintains the right traction. A superior ground clearance ensures that the vehicle doesn’t get stuck when driving on wet terrain.

Safety features
The 2020 Gladiator proves everyone who thinks that pickups are not safe wrong. The Gladiator includes a number of advanced safety features such as Blind Spot Monitoring, Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Collision Warning, and Rear Cross Path Detection. When you’re driving, these features become your eyes and ears, thereby helping you steer clear of safety issues.

Source: Jeep