Shortly after pricing details and the first reviews of the 2020 Jeep Gladiator started to emerge, the car manufacturer released the official online configurator for the pickup.
Those using the configurator can start out with the entry-level Gladiator Sport model with prices starting at $35,040 inclusive of a $1495 destination charge. One step up in the range takes you to the $38,240 Gladiator Sport S while one step above that sits the 2020 Gladiator Overland priced from $42,980. The range is then topped out by the Gladiator Rubicon with prices starting at $45,040.
While playing around on Jeep’s website, we opted for the Gladiator Rubicon (obviously). It ncludes a number of options which can be added to the pickup, including the $995 Premium LED Lighting Group, $1595 8.4-inch Radio And Premium Audio Group, $995 Jeep Active Safety Group, and the $795 Adaptive Cruise Control and Forward Collision Warning+ system.
In terms of colors, the Gladiator Rubicon has 10 different colors and shades to choose from. Our favorite is the Punk’n Metallic Clear Coat you see pictured. The configurator also includes two wheel options for the pickup as well as 33-inch All-Terrain tires and 33-inch Mud-Terrain tires.
Move to the interior and you will find that cloth seats come standard. For $1495, the Rubicon can be optioned with leather-trimmed seats finished in either black or in a dark shade of brown. Among the interior options include a $1295 Alpine Premium Audio System, a $295 wireless Bluetooth speaker, and a $495 remote-start system.
All current Jeep Gladiator models are sold with a 3.6-liter naturally-aspirated V6 with 285 hp and 260 lb-ft (352 Nm) of torque. A number of V6 diesel options will arrive in approximately a year.