Ever since the departure of the Jeep Comanche in 1992, we haven’t seen a Jeep version of a pickup truck on the market. The Comanche certainly seems popular enough among gearheads but I guess that the numbers didn’t really support the overall goal which is always sales at the end of the day. However, many have been left to wonder why exactly the company just left the idea of a Jeep powered pickup truck to fall into oblivion for more than a quarter century, never picking back up at the beckon of those in support, even with the growing popularity of the pickup.

Apparently, every company has their breaking point with things like this, though, as it has been announced at this point that Jeep will, in fact, be bringing back the pickup truck design for the 2020 model year with the Jeep Gladiator. Now, we’ve gotten all of the basic points of the truck out of the way in this article, so this time, it’s all about getting down to the actual ins and outs of the vehicle. What does Jeep think it’s going to be about this vehicle that makes it something that will stand out from the pack in this market that’s completely different from the last time that they decided to try their take on the pickup truck?

If you follow along with the video below, we will get an interesting take on the 2020 Gladiator that attempts to give us the rundown on everything that you can expect to see out of the truck, giving us a first-hand feel as we get to take a complete tour and learn all about the ins and outs that you might expect if you were looking into purchasing one of these things. After such a long wait, I think it’s safe to say that expectations are high for the 2020 Gladiator and as of now, it looks like Jeep is slated to come through with flying colors.

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