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Check Out the Mojave Variant of the Jeep Gladiator

What Comes With the Mojave Version of the Jeep Gladiator? 

It seems the Jeep Gladiator only just arrived to showrooms, but already, Jeep is delivering even more excitement for the first Jeep pickup, something that drivers have long anticipated. Now, Jeep is upping the Gladiator game with a Mojave version that comes with some pretty exciting features for those who live life off the beaten path. 

And off the beaten path is exactly where the Gladiator Mojave is designed to perform best, whether we’re talking about traversing rugged and rocky terrain or getting unstuck from murky, muddy pits. 

Gladiator Mojave Features 

jeep gladiator mojave black wheelOf course, the special version of the Gladiator will be equipped with Jeep’s famous 4×4 system. In addition to that, the system is paired with 2.5-inch internal bypass shocks.  and other FOX™ gear, like hydraulic jounce bumpers.  

The suspension has been lifted an extra inch in the front and also equipped with a skid plate to protect against some of the uneven terrain you’ll encounter. Helping you handle that terrain inside the vehicle are upper bolsters on the seats, while the vehicle also has 33-inch Falken Wildpeak All-terrain tires. 

If you are towing, the Gladiator Mojave can handle an impressive 6,000 pounds, while also managing a payload of 1,200 pounds. 

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If all that isn’t enough to convince you that the Jeep Gladiator Mojave is the real deal, the model also gets Jeep’s Desert Rated badge. In a cookie-cutter pickup truck class, the Gladiator is a unique and standout option, and that is even more clear with the addition of the Mojave variation. To learn more, just contact us at Jim Cogdill. You can also be sure to check back to our website blog for all of the latest news coming out about Jeep models in the future.