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Gladiator powered by standard 3.6L V-6 making 285 hp, 260 lb.-ft. of torque.

Jeep Gladiator in Spotlight at NAIAS

Jeep is taking orders for the ’24 Gladiator and vehicles will start arriving in U.S. dealerships late this year.


DETROIT – Jeep reveals the ’24 Gladiator here at the North American International Auto Show, describing it as the world’s most off-road-capable midsize truck.

The Gladiator will be available in Sport, Willys, Mojave and Rubicon trim levels. Two new models, Mojave X and Rubicon X, both feature an integrated off-road camera, steel bumpers and Nappa leather-trimmed, 12-way power adjustable front seats.

Standard equipment on all Gladiator models includes first- and second-row side-curtain airbags, 12.3-in. (31-cm) Uconnect touchscreen radio, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with improved speech intelligibility.

Open-air and off-road driving is enhanced by a folding windshield and three roof choices, available half-doors and removable doors (pictured, below), and factory application of Jeep Adventure Guides featuring off-road trail guides for 62 Jeep Badge of Honor trails loaded into the Uconnect navigation system. An upgradable subscription provides access to the full catalog of 3,000-plus Trails Offroad guides.

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Gladiator’s standard 3.6L Pentastar V-6 delivers 285 hp and 260 lb.-ft. (353 Nm) of torque and is hitched to a standard 6-speed manual transmission or optional 8-speed automatic with crawl ratios of up to 84:1 and 77:1, respectively. Engine stop-start is standard.

The powertrain is engineered to provide a broad torque band with a focus on the low-end torque that is essential for off-roading, hauling heavy loads or towing a trailer. Maximum towing capacity is 7,700 lbs. (3,493 kg) and maximum payload is 1,725 lbs. (782 kg).

The pickup offers more than 85 available active and passive safety and security features.

For the ’24 model year, Gladiator features second-row outboard seatbelts with pretensioners and load limiters, as well as structural improvements for side-impact performance.

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Forward collision warning and advanced cruise control now come standard on Sport S and higher trim levels. Blindspot and cross-path detection and ParkSense rear park-assist system come standard on Mojave X and Rubicon X and are available on Sport S, Willys, Mojave and Rubicon. A ParkView rear backup camera with dynamic grid lines, traction control and electronic stability control with electronic roll mitigation are standard on all models.

“The new 2024 Jeep Gladiator epitomizes the power of the Jeep community and how it continues to push for greater capability, advanced technology and more refinement,” Jim Morrison, senior vice president and head of Jeep brand North America, says. “Gladiator is the only truck in the business that can celebrate this kind of open-air freedom and still do real truck stuff.”

Jeep is taking orders for the ’24 Gladiator and vehicles will start arriving in U.S. dealerships late this year.

The Stellantis brand sold 40,047 units of the Gladiator in its introductory year of 2019, with volume nearly doubling to 77,542 the following year, according to Wards Intelligence data. Sales totaled 32,364 through the first seven months of this year.


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