Update... I now have 20,000 miles on the Falken Wildpeaks. They have been “ok” and still have a fair amount of tread left. They were quiet and handled well in dry, wet, and light snow. I live where it’s very hilly and rarely take long highway trips therefore I usually averaged 16.5 MPG. When I...
There’s an old thread with virtually the same title here on the forum with pages and pages of replies. Here’s one: https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/forum/threads/hidden-buried-features-of-the-jt.23536/
I went to Jeep’s website and used the “Build” function. I did not see the Mopar Trailer Brake listed as a factory option even within the “Trailer-Tow Package”. Is this still only available as a dealer add on after purchasing a Gladiator from the factory?
In 2020, new vehicle sales fell to a 40 year low (per capita) industry wide according to multiple auto sites. That explains a lot.
Given that data, Jeep should be fairly pleased with the numbers especially for the Gladiator.
It’s not a “recall” (yet) but there is an official TSB for it. Search here. Tons of threads/info available. Here’s one: https://www.jeepgladiatorforum.com/forum/threads/new-jt-gladiator-steering-issue-tsb-08-074-20-for-improved-steering-feel.33705/
I have a 2020 stock Overland (with original stewing box) and have hauled 800+ lbs regularly and if anything I’d say my truck handled better with weight. No steering or suspension issues whatsoever. I’d have the dealer check it out and tell them about the steering box TSB.