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2020-2021 Jeep Gladiator recalled due to an exposed tow hook

Fiat Chrysler’s Australian division has recalled nine examples of its Jeep Gladiator ute, citing an issue with local regulation compliance. The affected vehicles were sold between 1 June 2020 and 20 January 2021 (Model Years 2020-2021)...

2021 Jeep Gladiator Sport S price and specs: New entry-level model wears $10,000 lower price tag

2021 Jeep Gladiator Sport S price and specs detailed $10,000 lower starting price for base Gladiator ute 17-inch wheels, LED lights, 7.0-inch infotainment headline spec sheet 209kW 3.6-litre V6 retained, with eight-speed auto Pricing and specification details for the 2021 Jeep Gladiator Sport S have been announced, ahead of first deliveries later in February 2021...

2021 Jeep Gladiator pricing to start from $65,000 with new entry model – UPDATE: Due Q1 2021

UPDATE, 15 January 2021: Jeep missed the initial 'late 2020' arrival date for the Gladiator Sport S, but has confirmed to CarAdvice that the new entry-level variant will arrive by the end of March (Q1) 2021. 18 June 2020: Jeep has slashed $10,000 off the starting price of the 2021 Gladiator ute range, just weeks after the model went on sale in Australia...

The all-new models of 2020 – and how they're selling so far

The young up-starts, the fresh faces, the newcomers – whatever you want to call them, we've had a raft of new model arrivals in Australia over the course of 2020...

2020 Jeep Gladiator receives three-star ANCAP safety rating

Australia's peak automotive safety body ANCAP has officially awarded the 2020 Jeep Gladiator a three-star safety rating, citing "lower than expected" levels of adult occupant and vulnerable road user protection as the reason for the score...

Jeep Gladiator diesel on sale in US, still a no go for Australia

The Jeep Gladiator will get the option of diesel power in the US but it is still a no go for Australia. Despite diesel engines accounting for the overwhelming majority of ute sales locally, the Jeep Gladiator has only been developed as a V6 petrol for right-hand-drive markets such as Australia. The diesel about to go into the Jeep Gladiator is a 3...

10 new cars we're excited about in 2020

When planning to buy a new car, it pays to have options. And while the Australian car market currently offers more than enough to keep you browsing for weeks on end – there's more to come over the next 12 months. At CarAdvice, we spend most of our days eagerly anticipating the new cars we've been writing about since they were merely concepts, renders or rumours...

2020 Jeep Gladiator: diesel ruled out

The Jeep Gladiator ute will only have V6 petrol power for the foreseeable future, after executives ruled out the option of a diesel. Even though diesel is the most popular option for pick-ups sold in Australia, Jeep has officially killed hopes of a diesel-powered Gladiator coming to Australia, citing a lack of availability in right-hand drive...

2020 Jeep Gladiator pricing and specs

Jeep has returned to the Australian ute market, with the 2020 Jeep Gladiator. It launches in Australia with only high-specification models selected from the North American range: Overland ($75,450 plus on-road costs) and Rubicon ($76,450 plus on-road costs)...

Jeep Gladiator ute arrives in Australian showrooms

The long awaited Jeep Gladiator has arrived in local showrooms in limited numbers as the first batch of vehicles cleared quarantine and were delivered to dealerships across Australia only a few weeks later than planned. CarAdvice has spotted a handful of examples of the Jeep Gladiator at a number of dealerships and was quoted anywhere from $85,000 drive-away to $95,000 drive-away...

Around the tracks: A Mustang rescue mission, Lamborghini streetwear and a sand-dune-jumping Jeep

When we’re not creating it ourselves, the CarAdvice team spends a lot of time finding and consuming motoring content from all over the world. Here’s a handful of the photos, articles, videos or social media posts that most caught our eye last week. Some of them are brand new, others have been online for a while. Enjoy them – just not too much, okay? 1...

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