2024 Jeep Gladiator Gets Price Cut, AEV Options

Jeep’s popular Gladiator pickup is returning for 2024 and after details on the refresh were made public last fall, there is now pricing to match – and more news.

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The most basic version, the Gladiator Sport, will start at $39,790, a bit more than $1,700 less than the 2023 sticker. Leveling up to the Sport S trim adds a 10% premium to $43,290, the Willys trim is $46,800 and top-spec Rubicon and Mojave trims push the figure to almost $55,000. There are also new Rubicon X and Mojave X options for $64,890.

Beyond that, Jeep is now offering two dealer-installed AEV upfits called Upcountry and Upcountry Plus, but no pricing has been posted on the Gladiator website. The AEV kits will include different bumpers, wheels and other bits, with the Plus package including 37-inch BFG AT tires, a 2.5-inch suspension lift with Bilstein dampers, a Warn Zeon 10-S winch and front skid plate.

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All 2024 Gladiators will be powered by a 3.6-liter V-6 gas engine making 285 horsepower; there is no longer a diesel V6 option, nor is there an “XE” plug-in hybrid variant – yet. On the plus side, a six-speed manual is still available. X trims will include a full-time transfer case and standard integrated off-road cameras.

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Every Gladiator will now come with a cinema-style 12.3-inch widescreen touch display with Jeep Adventure Guides covering 62 trails built in, and full Trails Offroad app and map compatibility. There’s also new side-curtain airbags and an FM antenna embedded in the windscreen instead of an external aerial becoming embedded in the car wash you just drove through. Bed size remains 5.5 feet for all models.

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Sport S trims and up will also come with forward collision warning and adaptive cruise control systems as standard. Power adjustable seats are now available and come standard on the X trims; Jeep says they have been tested for submersion. Steel rock rails for the bed corners and a full-time transfer case also come with X trims. A new set of wheel choices is available on all trims.

The 2024 Jeep Gladiators should be in showrooms now or very soon.

Photo by Brett Willhelm


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