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2022 Jeep Gladiator Will Be Slightly More Expensive

Jeep will be changing the pricing for its Gladiator model for 2022. While some trim levels will be dropped when crossing into the next year, other will make a comeback, making some customers rejoice. Nevertheless, the majority of the equipment lines are more expensive now, even though the value you get is really good.

For the 2022 model year, the 80th Anniversary models will be dropped, for rather obvious reasons. Therefore, if you want one, you better hurry up and grab it before stocks run out. That’s not all though, as the Freedom versions will also be left out of next year’s line-up. It’s not all bad news though.

The Texas Trail special edition will still be around, which is a rather good deal overall, at $43,455, even though it will be $685 more than what you were paying for it up until now. Furthermore, the Altitude trim is making a comeback after a 12-month hiatus, priced at $42,105.

2021 Jeep Gladiator

The rest of the line-up will include the Sport version, which will be the cheapest one at $36,910 (an increase of $670), the Willys Sport, priced at $39,010 (a $425 price increase) as well as the Sport S version, priced at $40,310 ($230).

If you want to spend more than $40,000 on your new Gladiator, you’ll have plenty of models to choose from. The Willys starts at $43,205 (a $1,060 price hike), the Overland will cost $45,015 (an increase of $2,070), the Rubicon/Mojave version will set you back $49,215 ($2,090 more) while the High Altitude will cost $54,865 ($815 more). Most models will get more kit though, so you’re not just paying more with no added benefits.

For example, the Overland, Rubicon and Mojave models will get a larger 8.4-inch display for the Uconnect infotainment screen, with Navigation included. That’s because the Premium Audio Group option, that used to cost $1,995 will become a standard feature. Production of the 2022 Jeep Gladiator will kick off on November 22.

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