Here’s What A Fully-Loaded 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon Looks Like

We know Jeep fans out there have been waiting a long time for this, so allow us to introduce the 2020 Jeep Gladiator configurator.

The build section has gone online on Jeep’s website, as discovered by our friends at the JeepGladiatorForum. However, the configurator is not complete yet, as pricing information has not been uploaded. Still, it’s the perfect tool to help you build the Gladiator truck of your dreams, even if you don’t actually plan on buying one.

The website also helps you to visually differentiate between various trim levels. As you probably know by now, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator will be available in Sport, Sport S, Overland, and Rubicon grades, each giving access to different features, options, and packages.

Besides pricing, the configurator also seems to be missing stuff such as the Max-Tow package and probably some more features. Unfortunately, some items are ‘package dependent’ and therefore force customers to pay for other things just to have the desired features. For example, the integrated TrailCam off-road camera requires the full premium LED lighting group.

We were curious to see what a fully-loaded Gladiator pickup looks like so we’ve configured a range-topping Rubicon model and ticked all the boxes. You can check out the result for yourself in the photo gallery. We went for the Gobi Clear-Coat exterior paint in combination with the optional dual-color 17-inch alloy wheels shod with 33-inch mud-terrain tires.

Other noticeable features we’ve added include the roll-up tonneau cover, body-color three-piece hardtop, body-color fender flares, winch-capable steel front bumper, and the Premium LED Lighting Group.

Inside, we chose the optional 8.4-inch Uconnect infotainment system, leather-trimmed bucket seats in dark saddle with black leather trim on the center armrest and door panels, an Alpine Premium Audio System, and more. Good thing pricing is not available yet because our Gladiator probably gets really close to the $60,000 mark.

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  • Craig

    They should have just called it the Jeep Wrangler PU.

  • SgtBeavis

    You can already get a Rubicon Wrangler for just over $60K so I’m pretty sure the Rubicon Gladiator will configurable past $65K.

  • exeptor

    Not a rhetorical question: who would get this over F150 Raptor? Why?

    • HaltestelleLuitpolthafen

      It is a convertible, you can take the doors off, it should be a bit smaller.

      There are a couple of reasons.

    • SgtBeavis

      While a maxed out Rubicon may cost around $65K, the Rubicon version is likely to start around $45. So there is a price difference there.

      However, I’m not going to outright dismiss that question. I’m thinking hard on the diesel Gladiator (440lb torque is nothing to sneeze at) but that is going to add quite a bit to the price and I’ll probably cross shop the Raptor. Maybe a gently used one even.

      I seriously considered a Raptor the last time I was shopping but all the dealers had huge markups at the time. Of course they were all fully loaded as well. I just wasn’t going to spend $80K on any pickup. But now I see them starting in the low $60s (and I make more money) so maaaaaaybe in a couple of years..

  • ZYGIUS

    Sad, its aint looks premium at all…

    • TheAmerican

      That is a big hit for many customers though. The people that buy these won’t want chrome everywhere.

    • HaltestelleLuitpolthafen

      It isn’t supposed to look premium.

      It is supposed to look rugged, and they nailed that aspect.

    • Bash

      You want premium? FCA makes another truck that looks and feel and it’s one of a heck best premium trucks out there, it’s called the RAM.

      • Jay

        You certainly do love the RAM. I’ve been inside one that was fully loaded and it is great. But I imagine that if Lincoln brings back the Mato LT then that’s then you know whose gonna be the best.

        • Bash

          lol until they bring back that mark LT, the RAM would still be the best one hands down.

          • Jay

            I agree 100% the RAM is the best.

  • TheBelltower

    This is a fantastic alternative to traditional pickup trucks. It seems more authentic than the plastic aggressiveness of most current pickup designs. It seems incredibly long for a wrangler. But the length will probably be okay for someone who is comfortable with the proportions of other pickups.

  • Does Death Wobble cost extra too or is it standard?

    • nastinupe

      Extra of course.

  • rodriguez256

    Wish there was a two door model.

  • haji

    Please Chrysler, bring this to Japan.

  • Blade t

    I was excited about this when I saw the concept version , but now it looks like they just slapped a truck bed on a wrangler ??

    • nastinupe

      What were you expecting? That’s what it is. That’s what it always was supposed to be.

      • Blade t

        Umm, my post answers your question..

  • Brian Lumb

    Only if they make the 3.0L Ecodiesel as an option, then maybe I’ll trade in my Ecodiesel Grand Cherokee for the Gladiator.

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