What Jeep Has a Truck Bed?

Jeep has been a leader in the off-road and SUV markets for decades, and they have recently added a truck to their lineup. The Jeep Gladiator is the first truck offered by the company since 1992 and it has all the features of a traditional truck bed.

It has a 5-foot steel bed with removable side panels, as well as an available 6-foot bed with a spray-in bed liner. It also has integrated tie downs, so you can easily secure items in the bed, and an available tailgate that doubles as an extra seating area.

The Gladiator’s powertrain is powered by a 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine that produces 285 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque, mated to either a 6-speed manual or 8-speed automatic transmission. It also features Jeep’s Command-Trac 4×4 system with two open differentials for easy off-road maneuvering. It can tow up to 7,650 pounds and its payload capacity is 1,600 pounds.

For those looking for more performance from their truck bed, Jeep offers the Gladiator Rubicon which includes Fox shocks for an improved suspension setup, 33″ tires for better ground clearance, and an electronically disconnecting front sway bar for improved articulation on rocky terrain.

The Gladiator also offers a wide range of modern tech features such as Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration, Uconnect infotainment system with 8.4″ display screen, SiriusXM satellite radio options, Bluetooth connectivity and more. In addition to all these features, it also comes standard with safety tech such as blind spot monitoring system and forward collision warning.


The Jeep Gladiator is the only truck offered by Jeep currently and it provides all of the practicality of a traditional truck bed with modern tech features like Apple CarPlay/Android Auto integration and Blind Spot Monitoring System. The Gladiator Rubicon offers even more performance features such as Fox shocks for improved suspension setup.

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Stephen Dunn