2020 Jeep Gladiator Accessories & Parts

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The Jeep Gladiator nameplate first appeared in 1962. It was attached to a go-anywhere, do-anything pickup truck that brought many innovations to the market, including an independent front suspension and an automatic transmission on a 4-wheel-drive vehicle. The name was dropped in 1971, but the vehicle itself kept soldiering on as the Jeep J-Series until 1988. Rumors about the revival of the famous nameplate have been swirled ever since the 2000s, fueled by a few concept vehicles. It is only in 2018 that the all-new 2020 Jeep Gladiator, confirmed to debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show, marks Jeep's long-awaited return to the pickup truck market.

Jeep's new Gladiator is based on the Wrangler, which means it readily offers almost all of the design cues and goodies of its sibling plus a bed in the rear. To shed off weight and boost fuel savings, a variety of 2020 Jeep Gladiator accessories and parts of the exterior are made from lightweight aluminum. These include the hood, tailgate, fenders, doors, and hardware like hinges and window frames. Soft top and hard top options are available, while off-road enthusiasts will appreciate removable doors and a fold-down windshield. Up front, there are authentic round headlights and a keystone-style grille. Out back, square tail lights adorn a five-foot steel box that can haul up to 1,600 pounds of cargo. When properly equipped, the truck can pull 7,650 pounds. Giving enough horsepower and torque for these jobs is a pair of strong engines. The base one is a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 teamed with a tried-and-true standard six-speed manual. As an option, an eight-speed automatic can manage its power, and it is a sole transmission to back up the available 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6.

A combination of off-road-focused 2020 Jeep Gladiator parts gives this truck the ultimate crawl ratio. Besides, it is able to ford up to 30 inches of water. Jeep's Gladiator offers the same capable 4-wheel drive systems as the Wrangler, Command-Trac, and Rock-Trac, together with advanced off-pavement equipment including Dana 44 axles, anti-roll bar disconnect, electronic locking differentials, and low-range transfer case. Rubicon trucks sit on 33-inch all-terrain tires and allow the driver to clearly see what's ahead while crawling thanks to a forward-facing camera. Despite the fact that it's a potent off-road machine, the Gladiator features an optimized suspension setup that makes it as easy to live with during on-road driving as possible. The modern Gladiator is advanced tech-wise, featuring the Uconnect infotainment that offers both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and is controlled via a 7'' or 8.4'' touchscreen. More than eighty safety features are available, including modern-day aids like front collision warning and adaptive cruise control. For nice add-ons for your vehicle, look no further than our 2020 Jeep Gladiator accessories and parts.

Those who want to be among the first to get the brand-new truck could pre-order the Launch Edition available in 4,190 copies. The number may seem odd, but in fact, it refers to the 419 area code of Toledo, Ohio, which is the homeland of the original Gladiator. It is based upon the fully-loaded Rubicon, and there’s much that differs the very-first special edition version from the regular model. These pickups sit on black 17’’ rims with 33’’ all-terrain rubber wrapped around them and may have the hardtop roof and fender flares color-matched to the body paint. Interior highlights are black leather upholstery stitched with red threads, a 9-speaker Alpine audio that creates a rich aural experience, and a bundle of driver aids.

Miami is another state that Jeeps pays tribute to this year with its special edition models. The 'Three O Five' (305 area code) edition is based on the Sport S trim of the Gladiator and makes a dramatic visual upgrade while offering a bevy of Mopar’s optional Jeep Performance Parts. It dresses the truck in white or orange and complements the paint with graphics and decals. Tube doors look at home on the Gladiator. Rounding out the exterior highlights are body-color fender flares and all-terrain rubber. On the contrary, those who live in the Snow Belt can now take advantage of the North Edition trim. The package includes a variety of amenities for the owner to bear the cold weather. Heating elements are added to the seats and steering wheel, while remote start will be truly helpful on frigid mornings. There are more rugged all-terrain tires wrapped around 17- or 18-inch wheels and standard 4WD for the vehicle to be able to tackle the snow-covered roads. Tow hooks and strap are included as well.

Sleepy Hollow Jeep dealership in Viroqua, Wisconsin, decided to celebrate the return of the off-road pickup truck by introducing the Honcho Edition of the Jeep Gladiator based on the Overland version. The vehicle is somewhat mimicking the look of the vintage Jeep J-10 truck from the 1970s and 1980s. The package includes painted-on body graphics in retro style, custom grille, white 19’’ wheels wrapped with 35’’ all-terrain tires, 2’’ lift kit, unique roll bar with off-road light and spare tire mount. Want an extra degree of “custom” available right from the factory? The High Altitude package brings upgrades that make the Gladiator step into luxury vehicle territory. Its highlights are blacked-out 20-inch wheels, and other tweaks include exclusive LED lighting and body-color exterior accessories. The interior strikes with rich-looking black leather seats and leather appliques throughout the cabin.

The 2020 Gladiator Mojave is the first-ever Jeep to wear the Desert Rated badge instead of being Trail Rated. It means that this truck is fully equipped for blasting across sand dunes at high speeds. To be up to it, the Mojave gets 2.5-inch internal bypass shocks by Fox that are cooled by external reservoirs. Hydraulic bump stops from the same brand provide additional damping to prevent bottoming out. Further suspension mods are possible thanks to a higher ground clearance and stretched wheelbase. There are standard all-terrain tires and optional mud tires, which wrap around black 17-inch wheels. A number of parts have been reinforced to stand up to the abuse, including the frame and axles. On the inside, there are bolstered seats that keep the driver and passenger planted. Power comes exclusively from the 3.6-liter V6, with no optional turbodiesel on offer.

Want to make your 2020 Jeep Gladiator one of a kind, keep it running at its peak, or turn it into a high-powered beast? Our vast selection of premium accessories and parts ticks all the boxes. Quality is at the heart of everything we do at CARiD, so whatever your project, our brand name products and qualified experts will ensure success. Class. Luxury. Durability. We have it all, and we're always here with everything you need to keep your 2020 Jeep Gladiator in tip top shape, inside and out.

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Paid extra for the emblem and it was absolutely the right call. The embroidery is well done and truly adds a nice touch. Hope there won’t be any fading or issues with the mats anytime soon.
Posted by Rob / August 01, 20232020 Dodge Challenger
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