JEEP GLADIATOR - INIMITABLE LOOK AND OFF-ROAD CAPABILITY
With the arrival of the Jeep Gladiator, the manufacturer has been offering the brand new pick-up in its range for 28 years. A variation of the Wrangler, this model equipped with a V6 diesel adopts its look by being equipped with an extra dumpster. And for the very first time, this 4x4 pickup will be marketed in Europe: in France and Monaco in particular.
Jeep Gladiator: an unlimited strength in a velvet glove
The Jeep Gladiator bears its name particularly well as this derivative of the Wrangler imposes itself. With 5.59 m long, a weight of 2,360 kg and a release of 254 g of CO2/km, American enthusiasts will not remain insensitive. Many design aspects of the Wrangler are found on this model such as its circular optics, its visible wings or its cubic silhouette.
Another advantage of this Jeep 4x4 is its absence of ecological malus. Indeed, in order to be considered as a utility vehicle and thus escape this ecological malus worth €40,000 as well as the TVTS (Tax on Passenger and Company Vehicles), the manufacturer has taken a drastic measure: to condemn a seat of its new vehicle and to homologate it in this way, in all legality of course. Note that in France, this model is only available in the “Overland launch” version and with 4 seats only.
JEEP GLADIATOR: A MONSTER OF THE ROAD
An uncompromising 4X4: a 264hp diesel V6 that yields nothing to modernity