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2020 Jeep Gladiator Specs

If you’re shopping for a capable truck like the Jeep Gladiator, then you’re probably curious about the numbers. That’s why we wrote this 2020 Gladiator specs review for drivers like you in the Winter Haven, Lakeland, and Bartow areas.

Keep reading to learn more about the performance and dimensions. Then, contact Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram of Winter Haven to take the wheel for yourself!

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Jeep Gladiator Performance Specs


When you say “go” the Jeep Gladiator says, “no problem.” It means it, too, judging by its performance specs. Check out the table below for a good overview before we go into specifics:


3.6L Pentastar® V6


285 horsepower/260 lb-ft of torque


6-speed manual / 8-speed automatic

Max. Towing Capacity

7,650 pounds

Max. Payload Capacity

1,700 pounds

As you can see, the 2020 Gladiator means business when it sets out for a day of work or play.

It comes equipped with a 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine that delivers 285 horsepower. This can come paired with a 6-speed manual transmission, if you want complete control over your drive, or an 8-speed automatic transmission that provides smooth and optimized shifts for you.

The lightweight design of the manual transmission can help you reach that 1,700-pound payload. It also gives you an EPA-estimated fuel efficiency of up to 16 city/23 highway MPG. With a 22-gallon fuel tank, this configuration can help you go the distance between fill ups.

Meanwhile the powerful automatic transmission gives you the power to pull up to 7,650 pounds when properly equipped.

Exterior Dimensions: Jeep Gladiator

Something many people notice right away about the Gladiator is that it combines the adventurous spirit of a Jeep SUV with the capability of a truck. So, it’s got a body reminiscent of a Jeep Wrangler, while also offering a truck bed for additional cargo.

This gives it some impressive specs to work with, especially regarding the exterior dimensions. Let’s take a look:

  • Ground clearance: 11.1 inches
  • Water fording depth: 30 inches
  • Wheelbase: 137.3 inches
  • Cargo box volume: 35.5 cubic feet

The outdoorsy design of the Jeep Gladiator gives it an impressive ground clearance of 11.1 inches. It can also ford through up to 30 inches of water when necessary. Always practice caution, however, when driving in flooded areas.

Not only that, but it takes trail-riding to the next level with an approach angle of up to 43.4 degrees, a breakover angle of up to 20.3 degrees, and a departure angle of up to 26 degrees.

Then, in the truck bed, you’ll have the space to carry up to 35.5 cubic feet of cargo. This box is 60.3 inches in length with the tailgate closed and 56.8 inches wide. This is a great addition to the athletic body of the Gladiator and can help you bring even more gear along on your next boating or camping trip

See the Jeep Gladiator Specs in Person

Do you want to see these Jeep Gladiator specs up close? Then come to DCJR of Winter Haven and make it personal! We’d love to work with you one-on-one to go over all this truck’s great features and tell you more about what it can offer your drives around Bartow, Winter Haven, and Lakeland.

Contact us to schedule your test drive today!