2020 Jeep Gladiator Towing Capacity

September 18th, 2019 by

2020 Jeep Gladiator towing an Airstream camper

The new Jeep Gladiator is can tow over 7,000 pounds, and it’s ready to take on the roads of Lexington. This superstar of the new Jeep lineup has generated serious buzz for its Trail Rated performance and off-road prowess. But one of the most commonly asked questions around Dan Cummins of Georgetown is “What is the Jeep Gladiator towing capacity?” We think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the towing chops of this new Jeep ride, so let’s go over the specs below.

Jeep Gladiator Towing & Payload

Between its towing max of 7,650 pounds and payload max of up to 1,600 pounds, the latest Gladiator can handle whatever you need for the long road ahead. In fact, it offers best-in-class performance while the competition struggles to keep up. Whether you’re heading for a camping trip in Louisville or hauling lumber around Covington, the Jeep Gladiator towing prowess offers everything that you need.

Jeep Gladiator Towing Features

Just how does this powerhouse achieve best-in-class towing? Jeep equipped this dynamo with some of the most cutting-edge features available to enhance your towing and trailering potential. Here are just a few of the options available:

  • Integrated trailer brake controller
  • ParkView® hitch view camera
  • Dana® 44 wide axles
  • Class IV trailer hitch
  • 4.10 rear axle gear ratio

Jeep Gladiator Engine Options

It takes a serious engine to produce the kind of power that the Jeep Gladiator achieves, and you’ll be blown away by the robust power and incredible efficiency of the 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine:

  • 285 horsepower
  • 260 lb-ft of torque
  • EPA Estimated 17 MPG City and 22 MPG Highway
  • Variable Valve Timing
  • Engine Start/Stop technology

Test Out the Jeep Gladiator Towing at Dan Cummins of Georgetown

You’ve read about the Jeep Gladiator towing capacity, but how will you feel when you get behind the driver’s seat? Find out with a test drive in Georgetown at Dan Cummins of Georgetown. We can introduce you to the entire lineup, so you can find a trim that you adore. Want to learn more about our inventory? Check out our Jeep lease specials, or apply for financing at any time to get a head start on the process.

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