The 2020 Jeep® Gladiator has been named North American Truck of the Year by 50 automotive experts from across the United Stated and Canada in the 26th year of voting. The evaluators looked at design, features, safety, technology, value and the quality of the ride to make the decision.
The Power and Capability
of a Truck
The Gladiator has a 3.6-liter Pentastar®
V6 engine that delivers 285 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque with a six-speed
manual or eight-speed automatic transmission. The Gladiator can tow a maximum
weight of 7,650 pounds when a tow package is installed, and it earns a
respectable 23 mpg on the highway and 16 mpg in the city.* It also has Uconnect® technology,
so you can access the entertainment, navigation, communication, and emergency
services you need from just the touch of a button.
Expertise of a Jeep®
The wilderness is where the Jeep® Gladiator really shines. It is descended from the classic Jeep® Wrangler and has removable doors and windshield, lockable axles and an easy disconnect sway bar, as well as, 4×4 capability. A full complement of safety features protects you on the road or off. A back-up camera aides with parking, and blind spot and collision alerts keep you in touch with surrounding traffic.
Experience the 2020 Jeep® Gladiator for yourself when you stop by Ken Nelson for a test drive.
U.S. News & World Report recently launched
a list of “Future Trucks 2020: The Best New Pickup Trucks Arriving Next Year.”
The redesigned 2020 Ram HD made the publication’s list of heavy-duty pickup
trucks for drivers to check out if they’re looking for something cutting-edge.
The Ram HD has always been known for its incredible towing and hauling
capabilities and Ram’s team of engineers and designers took its power to the
next level with this new redesign.
The 2020 Ram HD’s available 6.7-liter inline-six with an automatic transmission cranks out 400 HP and a whopping best-in-class torque of up to 1,000 lb-ft. Other engine options include a turbo-diesel option as well as a Hemi® V8. The V8, matched to an eight-speed automatic, is the Ram HD’s standard engine.
Standard safety features also made the cut,
including automatic emergency braking and selectable tire pressures. A standard
360-degree camera system surpasses competitors, who typically only offer rear
backup cameras standard but provide comparable systems as additional options.
U.S. News also cited the 2020 Ram HD’s
high-strength steel frame in an age where competitors experiment with other,
lighter materials gives it an extra layer of reliability and durability. The
redesigned 2020 Ram HD has already entered production and is slated to go on
For more news on the 2020 Ram HD, contact us at Ken Nelson Chrysler Dodge Jeep® Ram.