Trim Levels of the 2020 Jeep Gladiator

The Jeep Gladiator is a one-of-a-kind mid-size pickup truck, ready to hit the trails and log a full day worth of work on the site! Choosing a Gladiator trim level is tough when there are four outstanding options to pick from. We are here to help you decide which one is the best match for your lifestyle by breaking down exactly what each one has to offer. Keep reading to learn more about the Gladiator's trim level options and feature options as well!

 

Before we dive deep into the trim levels, it's important to note that every Gladiator model is outfitted with a convertible top (both soft and hard top options are available) as well as a folding windshield, and fully removable doors. 

Sport: At the start of the Gladiator's lineup is the Sport model. This trim is outfitted with a host of standard features including cruise control, all-season tires, voice control capability, crank windows, an eight-speaker sound system, manual exterior mirrors and door locks, a tilt/telescoping steering wheel, a backup camera, and a 5-inch central touchscreen. The Gladiator Sport also comes outfitted with anti-sway trails control, a Class II bumper hitch, and a 4/7-pin trailer plug.

Sport S: The next model in the lineup is the Sport S model. This trim level expands on what is offered in Sport S model with features like power door locks, a power tailgate lock, alloy wheels, an automatically dimming rearview mirror, heated and power-adjustable mirrors, and power windows. Jeep makes a few packages available for the Sport S model adding even more features like satellite radio, a rail-based cargo management system, smartphone integration, a 7-inch touchscreen, automatic climate control, and more! 

Overland: The next Gladiator model in the lineup is the Overland model. This trim comes outfitted with features such as tinted windows, larger 18-inch alloy wheels, LED ambient footwell lighting, automatic headlights, side steps, more USB ports specifically for the passengers in the rear seats, wheel arches that are body-colored, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a 7-inch touchscreen, and a 110-volt power outlet located in the center console. 

Rubicon: The last trim level in the Gladiator lineup is the Rubicon trim level. The immensely well-equipped Rubicon model comes outfitted with features like an electronically disconnectable front stabilizer bar, increased fender clearance for even larger tires, a lower crawl ratio, body-protecting rock rails, locking front and rear differentials, Fox shock absorbers, and skid plates. 

Options: Throughout the four trim levels there are plenty of options for the Gladiator models for additional customization. These optional features include a larger touchscreen interface, semi-rigid roll-up tonneau bed cover, auxiliary switch group, premium soft top, black hardtop with removable roof panels, LED headlights, leather upholstery, and premium Alpine sound system, and more! 

Now that you have learned more about the 2020 Jeep Gladiator's trim levels, do you know which one best fits the needs of your lifestyle? Do you need more help deciding? Check out the exact models we currently have to offer with our online inventory. You can also swing by the dealership to speak with our sales associates and check out the models in person!

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