For many years, the Jeep Brand has been known primarily for building off-road ready SUVs. And while it's more than proven its prowess in that market, it's not a one-trick pony. But even with all the confidence we have in the Jeep Brand here at Stockton Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram, even we couldn't have anticipated the success it's had with its latest foray into the pickup truck market. Despite being an all-new model for 2020, the new Jeep Gladiator midsize pickup has outclassed all contenders, earning the prestigious title of 2020 North American Truck of the Year!

Now, earning the 2020 North American Truck of the Year award is no small feat, and it's made even more impressive when you consider the competition that the new 2020 Jeep Gladiator was up against. With well-established midsize pickup trucks from Toyota, GM, and Ford to contend against, competition was stiff to say the least. However, the Jeep Gladiator did have one distinct advantage going into this contest…It's a Jeep Brand vehicle.

The Jeep Brand has always been at its strongest when taken off road, and it's where the going gets tough that this midsize pickup truck excels. With an immense ground clearance, available Rock-Trac® 4:1 Transfer case, FOX® shocks, rock rails, and more Trail Rated® gear than you could shake a stick at, the new 2020 Jeep Gladiator puts its competition to shame when it's time to take to the trails. Better still, the new Jeep Gladiator borrows capability from its sibling, the Jeep Wrangler, with removable doors and a removable roof. This makes it the only truck for drivers around the Sacramento, Lodi, and Modesto areas who love to adventure in the open air.

Ultimately, there's any number of compelling reasons we could note as to why the new 2020 Jeep Gladiator took home this prestigious award, and still more reasons we could list as to why it should be your next vehicle. Stop by our Stockton showroom sometime, and we'd be glad to take you out for a test drive to demonstrate the prowess of the 2020 Jeep Gladiator firsthand.

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