Jeep’s Unveils Texas Trail Edition of the Gladiator: Your Perfect Ride for Off-Roading Adventures

Exclusive Lone Star State Model – Customer Exclusive Surprise!

Jeep has introduced a fresh edition of their Gladiator pickup truck that pays homage to Texas, the leading truck market in the nation.

Named the Texas Adventure, the latest limited edition is built on the foundation of the Sport S model, positioned above the base-level Sport variant. As expected, this newcomer will only be available in the Lone Star state, featuring exclusive features tailored to appeal to the most fervent truck fanatics in the country. Regrettably, only one picture of the fresh arrival has been released by Jeep.

Firstly, the Gladiator Texas Trail by Jeep comes equipped with sleek 17-inch wheels coated in a bold black hue. These are paired with hefty 32-inch tires designed for maneuvering through tough and adhesive terrains, making the Jeep unstoppable. Its standard four-wheel drive and part-time two-speed transfer case, complete with a low-range gear ratio of 2.72:1, provide unparalleled assistance for off-road adventures.

“The outer appearance is enhanced by unique designs, including Texas Trail emblems on both the bonnet and rear gate. These decals allude to 1836, marking the historic year of the Texas Declaration of Independence.

Consumers are provided with a wide variety of options as they are able to select from seven different exterior hues, including Bright White, Black, Granite Crystal, Hydro Blue, Firecracker Red, Anvil, and High Velocity.

In addition to this, the Texas Trail is equipped with all the features of the standard Sport S. The exterior is enhanced with a body-colored hardtop and sturdy steel rock rails. Access the interior using keyless entry and you will find power windows and mirrors, adaptive cruise control, heated seats and steering wheel, forward collision warning, and a large 12.3-inch Uconnect 5 touchscreen. As part of the updated MY2024 model, Jeep has included side-curtain airbags for both the first and second rows.

The source of strength comes from the well-known 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 paired with an eight-speed automatic gearbox. The engine churns out a decent 285 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. Unfortunately, the opportunity to choose an EcoDiesel engine was terminated prior to the cosmetic makeover; although, there are hopeful indications that Jeep will unveil a 4xe hybrid powertrain in their range.

The Texas Trail package is not a novel addition. The brand, owned by Stellantis, initially unveiled this exclusive version in 2021. However, it was offered in a variety of colors and also included the diesel option.

According to Bill Peffer, the head of Jeep brand North America, the Gladiator special editions serve as a means for us to establish a connection with our enthusiastic customers. The latest special edition, in particular, continues to build upon the triumph of its predecessor, the Gladiator Texas Trail. This particular model was the top-selling Gladiator in Texas last year, with sales reaching nearly three times faster than the average Gladiator.

The cost for this product begins at $48,090, with the exception of the $1,895 destination charge.

For those not residing in Texas, Jeep has recently launched special editions of the Wrangler and Gladiator named “Beach.”

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