Trim Levels of the 2020 Jeep Gladiator

 

The Gladiator is a mid-size truck that doesn’t need an introduction. After years of waiting for it to finally make itself known, Jeep has truly released the best truck onto the market. The off-roading capabilities cannot be matched, and neither can the engine that is underneath the hood. You’ll love the classic Jeep styling, the large back seat, and a towing capacity that will make it all worth it. One of the best parts about this Gladiator is the fact that it comes in four unique trim levels that you’re able to choose from. These trims allow for more customization than what you might get elsewhere, which ensures that your Gladiator fits all of your wants an needs. You won’t need to compromise with the 2020 Gladiator!

 

Sport:

The place to start with the Gladiator is the trim level called Sport. You will find it difficult to find a base trim that offers the kind of selection that this option does. Some of the standard features include cruise control, all-season tires, 17-inch steel wheels, voice control capability, crank windows, an 8-speaker audio system, a rearview camera, manual door locks and mirrors, Bluetooth, and a tilt/telescoping steering wheel. You will also get a fold-down front windshield, anti-sway trailer control, a convertible folding soft top, a Class II bumper hitch, and removable doors.

 

Sport S:

When you jump up to the next trim, you’ll reach Sport S. This trim builds on what the Sport model has, and adds things like power door and tailgate locks, alloy wheels, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, heated power mirrors, and power windows. There are multiple packages that you’ll be able to add to Sport S. For towing oriented trims, you can include Trailer Tow or Max Tow. One of the major available packages is Technology Group, which adds a 7-inch touchscreen, automatic climate control, satellite radio, and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The other packages include Advanced Safety Group, Safety Group, and Cargo Group.

 

Overland:

Right towards the top of the trim level lineup is Overland. This model works hard to give you more of the luxury features that you might be looking for. You’ll get side steps, 18-inch alloy wheels, tinted rear side and rear windows, LED ambient footwell lighting, a 7-inch infotainment system, automatic headlights, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, body-color wheel arches, and a 110-volt outlet.

 

Rubicon:

The last trim level in this lineup is called Rubicon. This beast is perfect for everyone who is planning on spending most of their time on the trails instead of just on pavement. You’ll enjoy features like fenders that add clearance, 33-inch all-terrain tires, a different transfer case, Fox shock absorbers, locking front and rear differentials, skid plates, body-protecting rock rails, and an electronically disconnectable front stabilizer bar.

 

Are you ready to add the Gladiator to your life? Check out our full 2020 Jeep Gladiator inventory, and stop into our dealership to see them all in person. We can’t wait to see you and help you out!