But not with 6-speed.Gladiator offers a Selec-Trac two-speed transfer case with full-time four-wheel drive and a 2.72:1 low-range gear ratio across the lineup. This full-time two-speed transfer case is intuitive and allows the driver to set it and forget it, while constantly sending power to the front and rear wheels
Wow...theyre doing a fantastic job at pissing off current and potential owners and act like they don't have their crap together. Making that other brand look better every day even though they too have been secretive about things but the gladiator isnt new so jeep has no excuse.Just tried to order Sarge this morning. Apparently it isn't available for order yet. Order date TBD.
Just like TFL another crap article with no factual basis in an official release. This one does not even make sense.This article says the diesel can tow 6,000 pounds because of the 3.73 rear across all trims.
Thats why I cant trust their article as the only article out there mentioning towing soecs.Just like TFL another crap article with no factual basis in an official release. This one does not even make sense.
In midgrade Overland and desert-ready Mojave trims, the EcoDiesel nets a 500-pound capacity increase to 6,500 pounds. In Gladiator guise, however, the diesel's mandatory 3.73 rear end only hauls 6,000 pounds worth of trailer, versus the Pentastar automatic's 7,000.
Someone explain to me how Mojave nets a 500lb capacity increase to 6500 when they don't offer it in the Mojave and by 'In Gladiator guise' are they referring to Rubicon? These people have no clue what they are talking about.
CNET Article today said EcoDiesel will only have 6,000 towing capacity...not sure if that's official or speculation because they mentioned having 4.10 gears to get the 7,000 towing but that's not an option with ecodiesel.....I'd rather see a sticker on a built truckNacho and Gecko! Cool to hear the new colors.
Wish they would release the payload and towing capacity on the Diesel.