2021 Jeep Gladiator | Trims & Specs

Jeep has been known for making army-styled vehicles that are tough and up for everything thrown at them. Whether it be rough terrain or smooth city roads, a Jeep has a presence that will match the circumstance no matter what.

The 2021 Jeep Gladiator keeps this tradition alive and is the only vehicle after the 90s to have a cargo bed in the Jeep lineup. This vehicle can tow more than the Wrangler any day. The highly customizable Jeep Gladiator is for the off-road warriors that want a car to double as a daily driver too.

The longer wheelbase and better towing prowess make it a great option for campers and heavy haulers alike. Its ride quality is smooth and it comes with a standard shift transmission for gear changing duties. 

The V6 handles all the propulsion duties with angst and the diesel option pushes the car to its limit. The car is long and needs constant input when cruising on highways. 

For 2021, there have been a host of changes and a few new trims have been added too.


This trim is inspired by the Sport S trim (mentioned later) and comes with mud terrain tires that are 17-inch in radius. A slip differential and rock rails can also be found.

It will get the technology and convenience package as standard which has a 7-inch screen, Apple Carplay, and Android Auto. The infotainment setup is very robust too and there is a universal garage door opener too.

80th Anniversary Model

Jeep has been in the automotive market, and they have launched a limited edition variant of many of their cars to celebrate. Eight decades of car making has given this variant 18-inch tires, an 8.4-inch infotainment system, and body fenders. Gray accents, remote start, Berber floor mats, and model-specific badges also add to the charm of the truck. 

High Altitude

This is the luxury-specific trim that leaves nothing to be desired. A body-color hardtop, 20-inch wheels, full LED exterior lighting, and leather-lined seats convey luxury aspects very well.  

Nappa leather upholstery and 8-inch infotainment can be found inside which only adds to the experience. This is the most on-road-focused of all the trims and is great for anyone that does not want their Jeep to be an off-road beast only. 


As the name suggests, the Sport and Sport S are peppier and fun versions of the brawny car. There is a five-inch infotainment display and power windows. These are the base models of the pickup truck but still are very feature-rich.


The black door handles and the chrome accent grilles make this stand out from the rest of the lineup. The Overland also gets 2 front tow hooks and 1 rear hook in the back. This makes it the perfect compact pickup truck. 


Designated for desert use, the Mojave is the trim for you if you want to take the truck to arid lands. The reinforced frame and cast iron steel give it a posh mad max look. The front was lifted by 1-inch to reduce the impact of sand at higher speeds. 


Two Dana Axles and front and rear lockers make this the most capable truck for hauling cargo. The 240 amp alternator and the 30-inch water-treading-ability make this a great option for people who live in hilly areas or near water bodies. 

The 2021 Jeep Lineup is great for people looking to get a pickup truck but the usual suspects and are not much to their liking. This Jeep pickup truck is a lean and mean machine that can help you tow and haul without breaking a sweat.

If you want to test drive the truck or have any more questions, come on down to Kelly Auto in Emmaus, PA. We are just a short drive from Allentown, Easton, and Philadelphia.

We will be more than happy to answer your questions and give you a great deal too. 

Source: Jeep