Thursday, December 6, 2018

The New Jeep Gladiator is Finally Here!

Finally! After years of rumors, teaser concept vehicles, and plenty of handwringing Jeep has finally announced a new truck: The Jeep Gladiator. We know, we know…we bet that if they resurrected a previous Jeep truck name that it would be the Scrambler. Nobody’s perfect – so let’s just move on, shall we?

We were sure that Jeep would include a convertible which they have. The soft tops available on all Gladiators release using two sturdy latches and easily folds back to enjoy the open air. The doors on all Gladiator trucks will be removable using a simple hand tool included with each truck. The windshield folds down and quickly latches in place in classic Jeep style – try to find another truck made in the 21st century that does that!

Jeep has dedicated a ton of space for storage. They included a removable rear-seat storage bin that spans the full length of the backseat and locks into place and out of sight. The included truck bed cover securely latches to the bed frame and can be popped open in their “Weekend Warrior Mode” for easy access and additional storage space while remaining locked down. The cover rolls up to the front and straps into place to keep it securely in place.
The truck bed is 5” long and 6.5” with the tailgate down.

A few other bells and whistles we are excited about include the front trail camera for closely navigating rough terrain. The camera points 2” in front of the truck and displays on the dashboard console. The camera even has a washer nozzle for keeping the lens clean! The Gladiator comes with awesome 33” all-terrain tires with the option for even more rugged mud terrain tires. The Gladiator comes with an optional Bluetooth speaker that is removable and charges when locked in its secure docking station. They also included 3 child seat tethers for taking the kiddos out on endless unforgettable adventures!

The offerings vary between the Gladiator Rubicon, Overland, and Sport. However, they all have the option for soft tops and removable hard tops, exceptional towing capacity, and four fully removable doors. Jeep has crammed as many awesome features into the new Gladiator as possible and we’re sure a few more will be announced by the 2020 launch date. A convertible truck has just entered the game. Get ready!

How do you feel about the new Jeep Gladiators? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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