2020 Jeep Gladiator vs 2020 Chevy Colorado
Need a truck that’s nimble, capable, and maybe even ready for some off-road fun? Then what you need is a 2020 Jeep Gladiator. This all-new truck is already flying off dealership lots, and when you compare it to the competition, it’s easy to understand why. See exactly what we mean as we compare this Jeep truck to its Chevy competition with our 2020 Jeep Gladiator vs 2020 Chevy Colorado comparison. We will look under the hood, in the cabin, and out back to see what truck ranks supreme.
If you already know you want a Gladiator and you are shopping in the Edmonton, AB area, then click the link below to see what Stony Plain Chrysler has in store for you. Otherwise, keep reading to see why a Gladiator is the right choice.
2020 Jeep Gladiator
2020 Chevy Colorado
|3.6-Liter V6||Standard Engine||2.5-Liter 4-Cylinder|
|726 Kilograms (1,600 Pounds)||Payload Capacity||715 Kilograms (1,578 Pounds)|
How do these trucks compare: Gladiator vs Colorado?
What do you get under the hood of the Gladiator standard? A V6 engine. Though a V6 is available on the Colorado, you’ll have to pay more for the privilege of owning it. Why not just get a Gladiator with 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque standard?
Cruise control is an essential feature that comes standard on almost all new vehicles today. That is not the case for the Colorado, though you can pay more to get it for yourself. How about high tech features like adaptive cruise control that uses sensors to automatically adjust your speed to traffic? The Colorado doesn’t offer that at all, but the Gladiator does.
Not only does the Gladiator have more payload capacity, but you are already hauling more with the Gladiator as it has a full-size cab with seating for five standard and four-wheel drive also standard. On top of that impressive payload capacity, the Gladiator can also tow up to 3,470 kilograms (7,650 pounds). The Colorado comes with rear-wheel drive and a two-passenger cab standard. Though other options are certainly available, they will lower your capability with the Colorado.
Speaking of four-wheel drive, there’s a reason the Gladiator comes with it standard. That’s because this rugged truck was built on the equally rugged Wrangler platform. People have been begging for a Wrangler truck, and now they can have just that with the Gladiator.