Are you Ready for the 2020 Jeep Gladiator?

Are you Ready for the 2020 Jeep Gladiator?

If there's one thing that the Jeep Gladiator can't spell, it's the word CAN'T. This is one tough, bad-ass pickup--and with the 2020 Gladiator Rubicon set to arrive in the Philippines by mid-2020, you can imagine how its newest upgrades can take you further along any adventurous trail you want to take (and take again).

Built tough, with a high-strength steel frame, new coil rear suspension, heavy duty axles, and the biggest brakes in its class, the Gladiator is built to carry a lot of weight. This vehicle can carry a 1,700 payload, and offers a best-in-class towing capacity: a whopping 7,650 lbs.

That weight is almost half as heavy as a Tyrannasaurus Rex (it weighs 14,000 lbs), or 250 gold bars in a sack, or 45 half-barrel beer kegs that contain 16 gallons of beer. Imagine how many "happy hours" you'd get to experience with the Gladiator by your side.

Save for a few drunken moments (don't drink and drive), this serious off-roader also has huge tires, a strong suspension and an advanced all-wheel drive system. And if you add in that an available 115-volt/400 watt power outlet, a rugged, all-steel 5-foot cargo bed, PLUS over 80 standard and available safety and security features in the list, then it's really a ride you'd definitely want to be on.

That's why the word can't isn't in its vocabulary. Because the Gladiator is built to face challenges head-on.

Of course, we haven't discussed features, yet. The Jeep Gladiator offers advanced technologies like Uconnect system, a Navigation system, weatherproof, rechargeable Bluetooth speakers, dust protection and water resistance of up to 3 feet for 30 minutes, and many others.

The newest model also offers leather-trimmed seats, a wrapped dashboard with accent stitching, and platinum chrome bezels all designed for a comfortable drive ahead.

That's it for now. Unfortunately, we can't really go into specifics before the Gladiator arrives here, so think of this short article as a teaser for now.

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