2020 Jeep Gladiator Specifications Sheet & Feature Availability

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    2020 JEEP GLADIATOR SPECIFICATIONS SHEET

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    2020 JEEP GLADIATOR FEATURES AVAILABILITY
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    Payload and towing varies by great numbers depending on transmission and model. The Rubi will tow 7,000 max with 1,160 payload.
     
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    Under Clearances: "Measurements the same for both 2-door and 4-door models." Hmmm
     
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    I noticed that too. I can see a lot of people going with the Sport S and adding the Max Trailer package.
     
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    I noticed that two maybe it will be a late available one like the JL
     
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    I’m stoked with the Sport version of the Gladiator. There are more standard features than my Comanche Pickup and my TJ Wrangler.
     
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    The Max Tow on Sport really makes it much more doable for me... you get the wide axles and better ratio, the main reason I would really push to get a Rubicon. I'm pleased and more confident I can order a Sting-Gray version as soon as its available... even if they price the Rubicon out of my range I can still get the good stuff. (c: (Just need to read back through to see where P and O is not available for the Sport S.

    The Overland is a major disappointment to me... but it's a good "Limited" package for people that want to feel fancier in their Jeep.
     
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    I'll agree with this
     
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    Can anyone explain the difference in payload, base weight and max trailer for 8 speed auto with 4.10 axles on the sport? I assume the higher capacity #'s are for the max tow package, but how do you get 4.10 axles without the max tow package?

    Edit: I see the 4.10 axles are an option. So I guess not 4.10 axle option with the manual?
     
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    It looks like the 4:10 ONLY comes with the Rubicon or the Sport if you get the Max Tow. I don't imagine you can get only the 4:10 on its own. (Sort of like the 3.73 only coming with the Tow package in the Wranglers.)

    My question about that Max Tow is... why the wide axle? Is it to give a broader base and make it more stable? I presume yes there, but then I wonder if it means I could put 35" tires on a Sport without a lift. Or if I also have to have the high line fenders as well.
     
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    4.10 is listed as "O" (option for the sport). Presumably it can be had without the max trailer package, but maybe its not the "wide axle?" The discrepancy in the tow capacities both with 8 speed autos and 4.10s leads me to believe the 4.10 is available as a stand alone option without the package.
     
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    Good catch
     
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    The announcer guy mentioned big brakes... and I know the JLUR had big brakes. Can we confirm, do ALL Gladiator have the bigger brakes set up? (I'm having less and less reasons to buy a Rubi if that's the case.)
     
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    May have missed it but is there no option for trailer brakes . . . ?
     
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    Oh, no i mean big brakes on the Jeep itself. I already have a brake controller... so I'm fine just integrating it in the new truck. My JK rotors were small... the JL Rubicon got the big brake kit, the JL Sport & Sahara, as I understand, use the same size rotors as my JKU.

    I heard him mention the brakes with regard to towing (not trailer brakes) and I presumed it to mean bigger rotors. I want the big rotors on the Sport if I am towing with it as well.
     
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