perhaps something is off with your steering or suspension setup. Asside from road noise my jtr will happily cruise at 80+ mph for hours. I can drive with one hand loose on the wheel with no fear or issue of being “scared to crap”. The long wheelbase of the jt is a drastic difference than a jk, or a 2 door jl. Its no 1 ton, but its not a standard jeep driving experience either.If these vehicles are so great for the highway: what's up with the 97mph speed limiter on the Gladiator?
We've owned a 2012 4-door Rubicon, a 2018 2-door Rubicon, and this 2020 Gladiator Mojave. Compared to the 2017 RAM 3500 Cummings we also owned, all of these Jeeps scare the crap out of me at 70mph on the interstate, they feel unstable. I felt safer in the 3500 with a 3.000 pound truck camper on the back than I do in any of these empty on the interstate. In fact, that first 2012 Wrangler couldn't tow a 12' Uhaul trailer at 55mph without the trailer starting to sway all over the road.
And please do read the comments on this video.