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Old 12-12-2018, 08:51 AM
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Any idea on total length

Curious if anyone has total length of the JT


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Old 12-12-2018, 08:55 AM   #2
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2020 Jeep Gladiator Exterior Dimensions
Wheelbase 137.3 (3,487)
Overhang — Front 29.7 (755)
Overhang — Rear 51.0 (1,296)
Track — Front 62.9 (1,598)/64.4 (1,636) – Sport Max Tow, Rubicon
Track — Rear 62.9 (1,598)/64.4 (1,636) – Sport Max Tow, Rubicon
Overall Length 218.0 (5,539)
Overall Width 73.8 (1,875)
Overall Height – Soft Top 75.0 (1,907)/76.1 (1,933) – Rubicon
Overall Height – Hardtop 73.1 (1,857)/74.1 (1,882) - Rubicon
Box Volume 35.5 cu. ft. (1.0 cu. m)
Box Length, Tailgate Closed 60.3 (1,531)
Box Length, Tailgate Opened 81.3 (2,067)
Cargo Width – Lift Gate 56.8 (1,442)
Cargo Height – Lift Gate 33.9 (861)
Liftover Height 29.7 (755)
Load Floor Height – Axle 33.3 (845)
Distances between Wheelhouses 44.8 (1,137)
Tailgate Opening Width 50 (1,270)
Open Tailgate to Ground 34.8 (885)
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Thank you . It appears its a little over 3 feet longer than my jk


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Old 12-20-2018, 10:39 PM   #5
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2020 Jeep Gladiator Exterior Dimensions
Wheelbase 137.3 (3,487)
Overhang Front 29.7 (755)
Overhang Rear 51.0 (1,296)
Track Front 62.9 (1,598)/64.4 (1,636) Sport Max Tow, Rubicon
Track Rear 62.9 (1,598)/64.4 (1,636) Sport Max Tow, Rubicon
Overall Length 218.0 (5,539)
Overall Width 73.8 (1,875)
Overall Height Soft Top 75.0 (1,907)/76.1 (1,933) Rubicon
Overall Height Hardtop 73.1 (1,857)/74.1 (1,882) - Rubicon
Box Volume 35.5 cu. ft. (1.0 cu. m)
Box Length, Tailgate Closed 60.3 (1,531)
Box Length, Tailgate Opened 81.3 (2,067)
Cargo Width Lift Gate 56.8 (1,442)
Cargo Height Lift Gate 33.9 (861)
Liftover Height 29.7 (755)
Load Floor Height Axle 33.3 (845)
Distances between Wheelhouses 44.8 (1,137)
Tailgate Opening Width 50 (1,270)
Open Tailgate to Ground 34.8 (885)
I'm bummed it's so much bigger than I thought. The wheelbase is an inch longer than an Excursion's and it is only 9" shorter than one.
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Just as an observation, I compared these measurements to an H3T and the Gladiator is a bit bigger in length, width, height and wheelbase but not really by a few inches each way so this should give a little bit of a reference to what one will look like in real life.
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Old 01-05-2019, 12:31 AM   #7
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A brilliant thanks for well details. Long time i ma awaiting for the same.

hope it will help now to take initiative.
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Wow. For additional visual references the Gladiator is 6 inches longer than a 2018 Tacoma. And the same length as my old 2005 Tundra.

Just measured my garage. At 224" I'll have just enough room.
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Does anyone know anything about price, or is it one of those answers "If you have to ask, you can't afford one?
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Does anyone know anything about price, or is it one of those answers "If you have to ask, you can't afford one?
Jeep hasn't released pricing, yet. Look at the current crop of JLs, and use that as your guide...figure the truck will be 10 to 20 percent more expensive.
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Ok, Thank you.
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I saw it at the phily auto show, it's a freaking bus! The wheels are so far apart from front to back, I would think it should not handle anything like a wrangler.
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I'm bummed it's so much bigger than I thought. The wheelbase is an inch longer than an Excursion's and it is only 9" shorter than one.

Agreed, the wheelbase is longer than I thought it would be. The wheelbase is actually longer on this than a Supercab Raptor. Raptor 134.2 vs Gladiator 137.3, and the overall length is only 2" shorter, 218" gladiator vs 220" Raptor. That's why I think this should come with 35s stock, at least on the Rubicon trim.
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Agreed, the wheelbase is longer than I thought it would be. The wheelbase is actually longer on this than a Supercab Raptor. Raptor 134.2 vs Gladiator 137.3, and the overall length is only 2" shorter, 218" gladiator vs 220" Raptor. That's why I think this should come with 35s stock, at least on the Rubicon trim.
For the money just buy the Raptor. This will be such a turd for FCA, and if it's not there will be a whole bunch of morons.
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For the money just buy the Raptor. This will be such a turd for FCA, and if it's not there will be a whole bunch of morons.
Or, people who like the idea of a small truck, but still want to take the top and doors off like a Jeep?
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Or, people who like the idea of a small truck, but still want to take the top and doors off like a Jeep?

Is it really a small/mid-size truck? If you compare its dimensions to a Taco, Colorado, or a Ranger, it is bigger in just about every area. The dimensions on this are closer to a Supercab Raptor than they are to a mid-size truck. The only area the Raptor is significantly larger is the overall width.

Overall length Ranger 210.8
Overall height Ranger 71.8 4x4
Wheelbase Ranger 126.8
Width Ranger 77.8

Overall length ZR2 212.7
Overall height ZR2 72.2
Wheelbase ZR2 128.5
Width ZR2 76.7


Overall length Taco TRD Pro 212.3
Overall height Taco TRD Pro 71.6
Wheelbase Taco TRD Pro 127.4
Width Taco TRD Pro 75.2



Overall length Gladiator 218
Overall height Gladiator 76.1 Rubicon Soft top
Wheelbase Gladiator 137.3
Width Gladiator 73.8


Overall length Supercab Raptor 220
Overall height Supercab Raptor 78.5
Wheelbase Supercab Raptor 134.2
Width 86.3


Don't get me wrong I think this will be a cool truck, but based on its dimensions the reality is, this thing will be big, at least when compared to the other mid-size trucks. You start adding lifts and bigger tires the height and width differences between the Raptor and the Gladiator start to shrink even more. I personally am looking forward to seeing one in person. I could even see myself buying one some day.
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My Jeep J10:

Overall length: 204.5
Overall height: 69.1
Wheelbase long bed* 130.7"
Width 78.9"

* There were only regular cab trucks from the factory in the SJ (Gladiator and J10) era with only long and short beds as the options.

The new Gladiator is smaller in every dimension except overall width and bed length. And it had a 5,000 pound tow rating. In almost every respect, the old generation 1/2 ton Gladiator is smaller.

"Compact" trucks these days aren't very compact any more.
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"Compact" trucks these days aren't very compact any more.
That's because there are no more compact trucks made these days and have not been made for years. All of them are mid-size or full size.
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Is it really a small/mid-size truck? If you compare its dimensions to a Taco, Colorado, or a Ranger, it is bigger in just about every area. The dimensions on this are closer to a Supercab Raptor than they are to a mid-size truck. The only area the Raptor is significantly larger is the overall width.

Overall length Ranger 210.8
Overall height Ranger 71.8 4x4
Wheelbase Ranger 126.8
Width Ranger 77.8

Overall length ZR2 212.7
Overall height ZR2 72.2
Wheelbase ZR2 128.5
Width ZR2 76.7


Overall length Taco TRD Pro 212.3
Overall height Taco TRD Pro 71.6
Wheelbase Taco TRD Pro 127.4
Width Taco TRD Pro 75.2



Overall length Gladiator 218
Overall height Gladiator 76.1 Rubicon Soft top
Wheelbase Gladiator 137.3
Width Gladiator 73.8


Overall length Supercab Raptor 220
Overall height Supercab Raptor 78.5
Wheelbase Supercab Raptor 134.2
Width 86.3


Don't get me wrong I think this will be a cool truck, but based on its dimensions the reality is, this thing will be big, at least when compared to the other mid-size trucks. You start adding lifts and bigger tires the height and width differences between the Raptor and the Gladiator start to shrink even more. I personally am looking forward to seeing one in person. I could even see myself buying one some day.
Interesting that the Gladiator is longer and taller than the other "little guys"- Ranger/ZR2/Taco, but also the narrowest of the group.
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Interesting that the Gladiator is longer and taller than the other "little guys"- Ranger/ZR2/Taco, but also the narrowest of the group.
So it's a "winner" because it's the narrowest?
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So it's a "winner" because it's the narrowest?
No, the top and doors off factor is what makes it a winner for me personally. ("Winner", meaning, the only thing that'd convince me to go back to pickups after driving a Wrangler for the past 5 years.)
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No, the top and doors off factor is what makes it a winner for me personally. ("Winner", meaning, the only thing that'd convince me to go back to pickups after driving a Wrangler for the past 5 years.)

I agree, I loved my wrangler and eventually I will be in another one down the road. I am not totally sold on the Gladiator however. That could change once I see one in person. One thing most are forgetting though about the width of the Wrangler/Gladiator, is most will drive it right to the tire store after they buy it and put on bigger wheel/tires. Most of the lifted JK's I have seen easily measure 80 to 80+ in width with different offset/wider tires on them. That is one of the best things about the Wranglers though, the ease of lifting and putting larger tires on them. I love the idea that the new Rubicon JL's and the Gladiator will fit a 35 on without a lift. I personally think the Rubicon trim should come stock with 35's.
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this should have been a 2 door plus the truck bed. but this issue has been discussed to death so I won't go into rationale.
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For the money just buy the Raptor. This will be such a turd for FCA, and if it's not there will be a whole bunch of morons.
I suppose there are a lot of morons, because all 4,190 of the Launch Editions sold out. My dealer said the first 5 they received per their normal allocation were sold literally the minute they took them off the truck. They then took 6 more special orders after that at the same time. Banks are pegging the residual values at 70% after 48 months and 80% after 24 months. This truck is the hottest new vehicle America has seen in a LONG time. It will overtake the Wrangler quickly, as the Jeep flagship, because it's a JEEP that's actually USEFUL for the first time in modern history.
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Were I coming from the Ram (I had 5 from 1990 to 2014 and a Dakota in 1989) I would not even be the least bit intrigued. Since my needs have changed (2 Jeeps my only vehicles) I am intrigued and saw one this weekend at a Jeep run (dealer vehicle driven by employees with the roof and doors off) I was intrigued and took photos, but am not likely a customer.

Since I'm retired and still live in the country, I have found I can do almost as much with a Jeep and my 5x10 trailer as I could with my Ram 2500. Then I can just borrow my old truck back from my friend to whom I sold the truck in 2014.
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I do agree that the launch edition cost was way pricey, but Jeeps have had really good residual values and for this reason, if I could afford it, I would have gotten one...

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