New 2020 Jeep Gladiator in Knoxville, TN

The most capable midsize truck ever bears the Jeep logo and iconic Jeep design, offering drivers capability and dependability unlike any other. The all-new 2020 Jeep Gladiator brings drivers rugged utility, clever technology, unbeatable off-road capability, best-in-class towing and 4x4 payload, and so much more.

This Jeep truck offers functionality unlike anything found in other trucks on the market. Keep reading below to find out more about what the new 2020 Jeep Gladiator has to offer you.

Highlights

Legendary Capability

Legendary Capability

Two advanced 4x4 systems help to make the 2020 Jeep Gladiator the most capable midsize truck to date. The Command-Trac system, standard on Sport and Overland models, and the Rock-Trac system, standard on the Rubicon, provide the Gladiator with optimal grip on and off the road while offering full-time torque management. With the help of its powerful engine lineup the Gladiator can tow up to 7,650 pounds and offers 1,600 pounds of 4x4 payload capacity.

Iconic Design

Iconic Design

The rugged design of the Jeep Gladiator stays true to the iconic look of loved Jeep vehicles. The keystone-shaped grille along the front of the Gladiator along with the signature round headlamps and square tail lamps make this truck immediately recognizable as belonging to the Jeep family. This Jeep allows for endless door, top, and windshield combinations thanks to the four-bolt windshield design and easy-removal doors.

Clever Technology

Clever Technology

The 2020 Gladiator lineup includes three Uconnect® infotainment systems, offering a 5-inch, 7-inch, and 8.4-inch display screen. Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration allow drivers to easily access their smartphone’s music, make calls, send and receive text messages, view navigation information and more right on their vehicle’s Uconnect® touchscreen. Gladiator Rubicon models feature an exclusive forward-facing off-road camera inside the Gladiator’s front grille that allows drivers to view out-of-sight obstructions on the trail ahead of them.