Top Questions About the Jeep Gladiator in 2024 near Belton TX
Drivers interested in owning or leasing a midsize pickup truck can now test-drive the 2024 Jeep Gladiator at Benny Boyd Lampasas Jeep. Our location is the local Jeep dealership serving Belton, TX, and beyond, and here are some of the common questions we’ve gotten from customers considering the Gladiator as their next truck:
- Has Jeep updated the Gladiator for the 2024 model year?
Yes. The 2024 Jeep Gladiator now features the new seven-slot grille recently introduced with the Wrangler. Jeep has also retired the optional diesel powertrain due to diminishing demand. A new 12.3-inch touchscreen is now standard equipment, starting with the base trim. Jeep has also added new X variants of the Mojave and Rubicon trim levels, additional wheel designs, and a new exterior color: Anvil. Finally, front and rear side-curtain airbags are now standard equipment as well.
- How do the trim levels differ?
The Sport is the base trim and, unlike the Wrangler, has air conditioning and other features that the average consumer expects. The Sport S and Willys are variants of the base trim, with the former adding more creature comforts and the latter adding those in addition to some off-road-oriented enhancements. The Rubicon and Rubicon X are off-road-oriented models, and the Mojave and Mojave X are similar but optimized for use in the desert.
- What are the trailering options for the Gladiator?
Trailering equipment is optional with all trim levels. Even the weakest configuration is able to tow 4,000 pounds when properly equipped, and if you need more towing power than that, the Max Tow package can allow the Gladiator to tow up to 7,700 pounds, which is best in class.
Contact our dealership for more information about the Jeep Gladiator. Visit us near Belton, TX. Also serving Georgetown, Austin, and Waco Texas.