2021 Jeep Gladiator Willys and 80th Anniversary Models Coming
A Jeep dealer bulletin has leaked that highlights a couple of new Gladiator pickups that are expected for the 2021 model year. According to the sheet, there are two versions of the Gladiator Willys, both getting black 17-inch wheels with mud-terrain tires, Rubicon rock rails, a Trac-Lok limited-slip differential, black exterior accents, and Willys decals and body-color fender flares. The Willys 2TW is priced at $39,240, including a technology and convenience group and other standard Willys options. A regular Willys Sport lacks the tech and convenience groups and will sell for $35,245.
The other new Gladiator model is the 80th Anniversary Edition, which appears to be an Overland model with unique badging. The truck features 18-inch wheels and all-terrain tires, an 8.4-inch radio screen with premium audio, remote start, neutral gray exterior accents, body-color fender flares, and special 80th Anniversary badging. That vehicle will sell for $41,740. It’s unclear when either vehicle will turn up on dealer showrooms, but the bulletin indicates that the two models are open for orders now.
[via Jeep Gladiator Forums]