New Jeep Gladiator for Sale in Bel Air, MD

What the New Jeep Gladiator Has to Offer

The new Jeep Gladiator is here to change the way you drive. At Jones Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram near Parkville, MD, we are extremely excited to share this model with our customers. Here is a quick run through of some of the incredible things this Gladiator has to offer.

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Directions Bel Air, MD 21014-5112

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Updates for this Year

One of the most exciting updates to this year's Gladiator comes in the performance department. Towson customers can now get the efficient combustion of a new diesel engine. This configuration is capable of up to 260 horsepower and a whopping 442 pound-feet of torque. That is enough power to make every challenge easier to overcome.

Innovation

To further the quality of this new Gladiator, there is some seriously impressive tech to enjoy. This model can boast a large touchscreen that allows you to handle media or Baltimore navigational needs with ease. With standard smartphone integration, you can bring your favorite music or podcasts along for the ride. Customers can turn their smartphone into a remote control, handling startups and diagnostics from anywhere.

Jeep Gladiator Overview

The first thing every shopper should know is that the Gladiator is not simply the Wrangler with a bed. There are some obvious comparisons, such as capability and the iconic seven-slot grille. The build of both vehicles includes high-mounted bumpers and tall wheel arches.

A Jeep Gladiator is 40 inches longer than the two-door Wrangler. It is 31 inches longer than the Wrangler Unlimited. The truck has a longer wheelbase, and there are almost 20 extra inches between the front and rear wheels. This allows it to have a larger cabin with a bigger backseat than the four-door Wrangler Unlimited.

The second row has multiple ways to fold the seats, creating a cargo space. Behind-bench and in-bench compartments, the Gladiator multiply the utility. Lockable compartments add security when the top is off.

Jeep Gladiator Design

Offered as Sport, Sport S, Overland, and Rubicon models, each trim has its own character. The Rubicon, which is based on the Sport S, add the equipment needed for off-roading. Overland and the limited North Edition offer a more refined cabin. Fine leather, heated seats, and other amenities take this truck into premium territory.

A premium soft-top can be exchanged for a body-color hardtop or the Freedom three-piece black hard top. Of course, you can create an open-air ride with a fold-down windshield and removable doors. Towson shoppers pick from exciting colors, including some fun throwback shades. Gladiator Overland wears side steps, granite crystal wheels, and body-color fender flares.

Technology

The standard seven-inch Uconnect® touchscreen includes the convenience of Google Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay®. With this advanced connectivity, your smartphone can stream navigation and other apps to the screen. If you step up to the eight-inch touch screen, Baltimore drivers get full navigation to help find their next adventure. A SiriusXM radio subscription is complimentary for one year.

Among the special offerings, a nine-speaker Alpine system provides music. An industry-exclusive TrailCam is offered on the Rubicon. This off-road camera can show you where you are going and record your trail ride.

Performance and Capability

We all know a new Jeep is going to take on the most difficult driving conditions with ease. The Gladiator proves that point with its vast capability features. This model comes with a legendary 4x43 system that can conquer mud or snow in Elkton, MD. You can even tow up to 7,650-pounds in a new Gladiator. That is a level of strength that competing models just cannot offer.

The powerful Pentastar® engine churns out 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. The standard manual transmission can be exchanged for a new eight-speed automatic. Either way, Parkville, MD drivers have the torque you need at low speeds to move this truck through the bush.

When it comes to the ride, the Jeep Gladiator shares the trail-readiness of the Wrangler. All Gladiators come with four-wheel drive That's something you won't see in their rivals. The Command-Trac 2-speed system is enough for most owners. It can handle snow and off-roading. North Editions have Selec-Trac® and large Bridgestone All-Terrain tires.

The Rubicon Rock-Trac® system is the best offered by the Jeep brand. The heavy-duty part-time four-wheel drivetrain is paired with Tru-Lok capability on Wide-Track Dana 44 axles. Fox Performance shocks catch the bumps. Skid plates stop the flying debris. Enormous 33-inch off-road tires ride under the protection of high clearance fender flares. This truck is primed for the wilderness.

Safety Features

Built for maximized safety, the Jeep Gladiator is offering driver assistance systems. The forward collision warning can trigger automated brake assist. Adaptive cruise control allows the driver to relax a bit when traffic is busy. The blind spot monitor watches for traffic alongside the truck. A rear cross traffic alert can monitor traffic when the truck is in reverse.

Come Drive the Gladiator at Our Bel Air, MD, Dealership

If you are looking to learn more about this new Gladiator, visit Jones Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram today. We can explain all this model has to offer, and even get you in one for a test drive. After experiencing a new Gladiator for yourself, we are sure you will want to take it home.