Everything is better with a manual, right? Well, in the case of the Gladiator, that might not be true.
The Jeep Gladiator could be the ultimate pickup if it came with a Hellcat engine from the factory.
The Maximus has a Hellcat V8 with 1,000 hp and 933 lb-ft of torque. Production is limited to 24 trucks.
Packing a stronger frame and wider tracks, the new Jeep Gladiator is impressively capable.
The JT Scrambler Concept is based on the Gladiator Rubicon, to which it adds a number of Mopar parts.
The Gladiator will be present at the 2019 Jeep Camp event and will launch in EMEA markets next year.
The 2020 Jeep Gladiator will arrive at US dealerships shortly and pricing starts at $33,545.
The Jeep Gladiator manages to separate itself from the Wrangler Unlimited, despite several similarities.
While the Hellcat engine can be installed into the Jeep Gladiator, there’s not enough room for crash protection.
It’s only a matter of time before we see numerous original and aftermarket tops for the the Jeep Gladiator.
Jeep previews many possible Gladiator-based models, from a two-door to a 707 HP, Hellcat-engined version.
All 4,190 examples of the limited run Gladiator were snapped up on Jeep’s 4×4 day.