The 2024 Jeep Gladiator is refreshed with a new grille, new trims, and a new infotainment screen.
Following the Wrangler's refresh earlier this year, the Gladiator follows in lockstep by adding Mojave X and Rubicon X trims, which bring steel bumpers and 12-way power-adjustable leather seats.
The 2024 Gladiator Sport (the base model) now starts at $39,790, which is $1725 less than last year.
After Jeep refreshed its bread-and-butter Wrangler earlier this year, it came time for the rough-and-rugged Jeep Gladiator to follow suit. In addition to the refresh, the Gladiator's starting price dropped by $1725 for the new model year.
2024 Gladiator Pricing
The base Sport model now carries a starting price of $39,790. Upgrading to the Sport S (our preferred trim) brings the starting price up over the $40,000 mark, landing at $43,290. Upgrading to the more luxurious and capable Rubicon and Mojave trims brings the price up to $54,890.
Just like the Wrangler, the 2024 Rubicon lineup adds Mojave X and Rubicon X trims, which brings improvements like steel bumpers and 12-way power-adjustable leather seats. The more expensive trims also improve off-roading capability by adding a full-time transfer case and integrated off-road camera as standard features. The X models top the lineup for 2024 and both start at $64,890.
Across the lineup, the 2024 Gladiator features an updated grille that softens the pickup's rugged features. After too many old-school antennas were broken by Jeep owners off-roading, the manufacturer integrated the technology into the windshield of the refreshed models. The central focus of the refresh is inside the Gladiator in the form of a new 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system that uses the newest Uconnect 5 software.
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