Who Is Going To Have Us Build Their 2020 Jeep Gladiator Pickup!

A while back, we told you what to expect from the Jeep Truck due for release in 2019 and now that it’s almost here, the Dixie 4 Wheel Drive truck modification specialists can’t wait to get their hands on some 2020 Jeep Gladiator Pickups!

After more than 25 years, Jeep is finally releasing a pickup truck and it promises to exceed all our expectations. With class-leading towing and 4×4 payload figures, the convenience of a four-door pickup, Jeep-worthy off-roading capabilities and Wrangler-esque aesthetics, it’s easy to see why we’re all lining up for a taste of the Jeep Gladiator.

Four trim levels of the Gladiator are offered including the Rubicon, Sport, Sport S and Overland, so you can choose one that best suits your needs.

Tricking Out the 2020 Jeep Gladiator Pickup

Ever since the Jeep Gladiator was unveiled at the 2018 L.A Auto Show, we’ve been itching to try out some mods and upgrades on it. The specs for this vehicle are beyond amazing, and it packs enough hardware to easily conquer off-road excursion from a capable 4X4 system to electric front and rear lockers, limited slip differentials and skid plates.

Under the hood, it’s powered by a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine that delivers 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. That’s not all, the Gladiator comes with a towing capacity of 7650 pounds and a payload of up to 1600 pounds. Pretty impressive.

However, we’re addicted to tricking out rigs so here’s how we’d come up with a custom truck build:

  • A lift kit – although the Rubicon trim comes with 11 inches of ground clearance, avid off-roaders know that you can never have enough. With an upgraded truck lift and suspension kit, the Gladiator can really live up to its name on the trail.

  • Rocker guards and sliders – this Jeep will need some heavy duty steel rails running along each of its sides to protect it when crawling over rocks.

  • LED lighting display – additional lighting to illuminate your way should you decide to keep adventuring after the sun goes down.

  • Tubular half doors – To provide extra protection from tree trunks, debris or large rocks on narrow trails while still allowing for the open air feeling that Jeeps are famous for.

  • Exhaust and air intake upgrades – a cat-back exhaust and cold air intake system will work nicely for more power and torque to boost off-road performance.

  • A set of lockable drawers for the bed –to make it easy to haul stuff when adventure comes calling including bikes, surfboards or whatever else you’d like. We’d even throw in a built-in cooler for beverages to be placed on either side of the drawers.

  • An extra cool interior – We can put in bespoke seats or seat covers, floor liners, decals, dashboard etc to make the interior look amazing.

Contact us as soon as your 2020 Jeep Gladiator Pickup arrives and we’d love to build a custom one just for you!

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