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Desert Rated Badge
Both the new Jeep Wrangler and the new Jeep Gladiator are one-of-a-kind vehicles that can easily outmatch their competition on Council Bluffs roads. However, if you’re in the market for an off-road vehicle you may be wondering whether the Gladiator or the Wrangler is the better fit for you. Read along with Edwards Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram FIAT as we compare the Jeep Gladiator vs. Jeep Wrangler in performance, towing ability, and off-road prowess to see which is the best fit for your next outdoor adventure.
The first thing you should determine when considering the Jeep Gladiator vs. Wrangler is whether or not you’ll benefit from the Gladiator model’s pickup bed dimensions and increased towing capacity. When properly equipped, the Jeep Gladiator can pull up to 7,650 pounds. With an additional payload capacity of 1,600 pounds, the Gladiator is a great choice if you need to haul a lot of cargo with you on your next trip.
The Gladiator also comes with towing features like backup cameras and the Trail Rail™ storage system that makes towing off-road and storing supplies easier than ever before. While the Wrangler towing capacity is only 3,500 pounds, that’s more than enough for most Omaha drivers who are only bringing a trailer’s worth of supplies. If you’re planning on bringing a lot of equipment with you on your next vacation, however, the Jeep Gladiator is the better option.
The towing capacity and capability of the Jeep Gladiator vs. Wrangler come down to their engine performance. Both the Jeep Gladiator and Jeep Wrangler configurations come with a 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine that’s great for your off-road adventure or your Bellevue commute. As of 2020, the Jeep Gladiator only comes with the 3.6L engine option, while the Jeep Wrangler has four additional engine options, including two diesel options. Drivers who are looking to get the most out of their adventure may benefit from the increased off-road capability and performance offered by the Wrangler engine options.
We’ve listed the Jeep Gladiator engine and the Wrangler engines below:
Jeep Gladiator Engine:
Jeep Wrangler Engines:
The Jeep Wrangler has a reputation for its superior off-road capabilities, and for years it has outmatched its competition in capability – even among its Jeep counterparts. However, in 2020, the Gladiator came to the stage claiming to have the same off-road capabilities as the Wrangler with the additional performance of a pickup. Both vehicles come with the legendary Jeep 4×4 system that makes Jeep the preferred brand for off-road enthusiasts, but the Wrangler offers more 4×4 options for La Vista drivers. Drivers who are looking to go off road on rougher terrain will find that the Jeep Wrangler 4×4 systems offer more versatility than the Gladiator.
Jeep Gladiator 4×4 Options:
Jeep Wrangler 4×4 Options:
Along with their 4×4 systems, the Jeep Gladiator and the Jeep Wrangler configurations come with the Trail Rated® badge. This badge signifies that these Jeep vehicles have passed grueling tests in five categories: Traction, Water Fording, Maneuverability, Articulation, and Ground Clearance.
In the spring of 2020, the Jeep Gladiator set itself apart from the Wrangler in 2020 with a special Desert Rated® configuration. The Jeep Gladiator Mojave is the only Desert Rated® Jeep on the market. Tested for traction, desert prowess, ride control and stability, maneuverability, and ground clearance, the Jeep Gladiator Mojave promises to flourish in the driest and most unforgiving environments. If your adventure takes you out into the desert wilderness, then the Gladiator Mojave is worth a test drive.
The Jeep Gladiator and the Wrangler both have their specialties when it comes to off-road performance and capability. The decision on which is better for your adventure will come down to where you need your Jeep to go and how much equipment you want to take with you. Learn more about the 2020 Jeep Wrangler interior, then contact us when you’re ready to schedule a test drive, and you can begin the car buying process by applying for financing online! Once you submit your application one of our finance experts will be in touch with you with an offer. We look forward to hearing from you! To compare other Jeep models, check out the Jeep Cherokee vs. Jeep Grand Cherokee to see which one is best for your next adventure.
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