With Jeep shaking the pickup world apart as it rolls out the 2020 Gladiator, it can be helpful to look at how this impressive new truck compares to its competitors. For example, consider the 2020 Jeep Gladiator vs 2019 Chevy Colorado – these are both mid-size pickups designed for a wide range of potential drivers. While the Colorado is certainly a worthy vehicle, as you start to look at the two trucks together, it becomes clear that the Gladiator is miles ahead in terms of features and design.
These are both mid-size pickups, not heavy-duty vehicles, but the towing and payload capacity on them is still important since you want a truck that can get a lot of work done. When it comes to non-diesel engines, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator is superior with far greater towing capacity and better maximum payload too. That means that when you need to haul a lot of weight behind you – whether it be a trailer full of lumber or a camper packed up for a week of camping – the Gladiator is simply a better option without the need for a diesel engine.
As a Jeep, the 2020 Gladiator is the perfect pickup truck to take off-road. While the 2019 Chevy Colorado has some decent off-road capabilities, it cannot ultimately compare to what the Gladiator can handle when it comes to trails and deviating from paved roads. Although the Colorado has more options to choose from in terms of cab size and box length, the Jeep Gladiator offers something no other pickup does: a convertible cab that can be opened to the outdoors.