2020 Jeep Gladiator Gets Three Custom Exhaust Systems From MagnaFlow

The 2020 Jeep Gladiator can now be fitted with MagnaFlow’s all-new performance exhaust system that’s available in three different configurations.

Buyers can opt for two Street Series cat-back systems or a Rock Crawler Series system designed for maximum clearance and with optimal pipe routing for whenever you feel like doing some extreme off-roading in your brand new Jeep pickup truck.

Both Street Series systems are, according to the company, to offer “a comfortable interior note providing just enough engine feedback while not producing an undesirable drone and deep performance sound outside.” Aesthetically, one features a single driver side rear exit with a polished stainless steel tip, whereas the other features a dual split rear exit with a satin black finish, under the bumper. Both systems utilize 3-inch mandrel bent tubing and a 5″ x 8″ x 24″ oval muffler.

Also read: Should You Even Consider A Manual Jeep Gladiator Or Just Go For The Auto?

As for the Rock Crawler Series, it’s packaged in a way that should favor customers in need of extra space for big bumpers, armor, aftermarket suspension upgrades and other extreme chassis mods. This exhaust system features a hidden single straight exit on the driver side and even provides a more aggressive exterior tone. Compared to the Street Series, the Rock Crawler has 2.5-inch mandrel bent tubing, but the same size oval muffler.

Pricing for these cat-back exhaust systems starts at $516.66, while the 2020 Gladiator itself can be purchased from $33,545 in the U.S. in Sport 4×4 spec and $43,545 for the flagship Rubicon 4×4.


  • Paul

    I’m exhausted by this news.

  • TheBelltower

    Who cares? They need to offer a plug-in electric version that makes zero noise.

  • Bash

    Did they put that 707 engine in it… not yet, Yawn.

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