While some rival midsize pickups offer off-road-focused trim levels, none can match the Jeep's legendary pedigree or level of off-road experience. The 2023 Gladiator exudes these characteristics thanks to its four-wheel-drive standard and high approach and departure angles.
Trim levels for the new Gladiator include:
Based on the Sport S trim, the Freedom package gets an update for the current model year. For every Freedom model sold, Jeep will give $250 to support military organizations.
The Willys (another Sport offshoot) boasts a 7-inch instrument display, keyless entry, remote start, and a garage door opener.
High Altitude models can now get the Capability package, previously exclusive to the Overland trim. This package includes a winch-capable steel front bumper, rock rails, and an off-road camera that points forward.
The base Sport trim is all about no-nonsense grit. It has manual locks, hand-crank windows, single-zone climate control, and front seats. The carpets and drain plugs are detachable because Jeep designed the interior for easy cleaning.
With a crew cab configuration like this, everyone has plenty of room. There's much space behind and underneath the seats in the back.
The 2023 Gladiator is the quintessential example of a midsize pickup that can handle any terrain. It has a Wrangler-inspired front end, a four-door crew cab, and a five-foot cargo bed.
The Gladiator's fold-down windshield is another Wrangler-like feature, joining the doors and roof removal that make it the sole convertible pickup.
U.S. flag decals decorate the front fenders of every Gladiator model this year. The new Freedom package expands on this concept with Stars and Stripes patterns along the length of the product.
Regular gasoline powers the 2023 Gladiator's basic 3.6-liter V6 engine, which generates 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.
While the Mojave trim lacks this option, you can get a 3.0-liter turbocharged diesel V6 that generates 260 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque as an add-on.
Only the Overland trim comes with an eight-speed automatic transmission; everything else gets the standard 6-speed manual transmission. However, every model has four-wheel drive (4WD), high/low gearing, and a transfer case.
The V6 engine can pull up to 7,700 pounds, while the diesel engine can haul a maximum of 6,500 pounds.
The 2023 Jeep Gladiator is finally here, and Doug Henry CDJR in Kinston, NC, has several variants in stock. This brand-new Jeep model is everything you've been wanting and more. It's the perfect size for any adventure, with plenty of storage space and all the latest features. See us today and take one for a test drive.
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