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The Jeep Gladiator is a pickup truck that was originally introduced in 1962 for that model year. Although it would be rebranded as the Jeep J10/J20 in 1971, the pickup remained in production until 1988. After teasing a series of concepts throughout the 2000s, the Gladiator made its return in April of 2019 for the 2020 model year. The new Gladiator is essentially a JL-generation Wrangler that has been turned into a pickup truck. As such, the only real technical differences between the Wrangler and the Gladiator are its longer wheelbase and pickup bed. Currently, the sole engine offered is the naturally-aspirated DOHC 3.6L Pentastar V6; with the turbodiesel DOHC 3.0L VM Motori A630 EcoDiesel V6 rumored to be coming sometime next year. Transmission choices are the 6-speed Aisin AL6 manual and the 8-speed Torqueflite 850RE automatic. All models use exclusively 4 wheel drive. The Gladiator is offered in Sport, Sport S, Rubicon, Overland, and limited Launch Edition (2020 model year only) trim levels. Seen on the lot of a Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep/Ram dealership in Prescott, AZ.
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Jul 24, 2019, 5:54:05 PM
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I dunno. I think it's alright for what it is. It's not like how they fucked up the...ahem...Bronco....or the Blazer. I think it should have only came in a 2 door model and not a 4-door. The 4 door model destroys the entire purpose and look of it.