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Sport S vs Rubicon standard features list

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This gets said a lot but is not accurate. While the Rubicon will always be more valuable, the Sport actually retains a better percentage of original value over time. This means that you lose less with the Sport. I am not necessarily advocating for people to buy a Sport, as everyone has to make the decision on what’s best for them. I believe that the Rubicon is worth the value if lockers, transfer case range, sway bar disconnect, and higher fender flares are considered and needed (I left out rock rails because the factory rails really don’t get the job done).
This is actually not true...

I just priced out a 2018 Sport S vs. a Rubicon with everything the same as possible on kbb.com and the difference was over $11,300...

I’m sure it didn’t cost that much more when bought...

A factory optioned vehicle will always command more money than one where an individual added stuff to his in an attempt to bring it up to Rubicon level performance
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What are the 2020 Jeep Gladiator Trim Levels?

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The New Pick-up Truck is Here

One of the most anticipated pickup trucks in recent history is finally here: the 2020 Jeep Gladiator. Blending together legendary Jeep 4×4 abilities and the many benefits of a pickup truck, the Gladiator, which is the only open-air pickup truck in the industry, has been thoroughly engineered to offer best-in-class capability and endless adventure.

Although the 2020 Jeep Gladiator won’t be out until spring of 2019, we encourage you to contact David Taylor Ellisville Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM online or by calling (636) 200-3299 for updates and more information. You can also browse through the new vehicle inventory for currently available Jeep models, and schedule a test drive to experience top features for yourself.

2020 Jeep Gladiator Engine Options & Specs

Engine3.6L V6
Horsepower285 HP
Torque260 lb.-ft. of torque
Towing CapacityUp to 7,650 lbs.
PayloadUp to 1,600 lbs.
Trim AvailabilityStandard on all trims

2020 Jeep Gladiator Sport

2020 Jeep Gladiator Sport

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  • Durable steel bed with easy lower three-position tailgate
  • Trail Rated® 4×4 capability with heavy-duty Dana® 44 axles
  • Removable top and doors
  • Lockable rear seat storage
  • Available programmable auxiliary switches

2020 Jeep Gladiator Sport S

2020 Jeep Gladiator Sport S

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All Sport features, plus:

  • 17-in. tech silver aluminum wheels
  • Power windows, power heated mirrors, and power locking doors and tailgate
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Available Uconnect® 4 with 7-in. touchscreen, Apple CarPlay®, and Android Auto™
  • Available 115-volt power outlet in truck bed
  • Available industry-exclusive removable Bluetooth® speaker

What are the Differences Between the Gladiator Sport vs. Sport S?

Both the Jeep Gladiator Sport and Sport S offer unique utilities, like a removable top and doors, as well as lockable storage. However, to bump up your drive, the Sport S is available with a number of features meant to enhance your ride, like an advanced infotainment system and a removable Bluetooth® speaker to take the party elsewhere.


2020 Jeep Gladiator Overland

2020 Jeep Gladiator Overland

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All Sport S features, plus:

  • 18-in. crystal aluminum wheels
  • Side steps and body-color fender flares
  • Available Uconnect® 4C NAV with 8.4-in. touchscreen and navigation
  • Available refined leather-trimmed seats and interior details
  • Available signature LED headlamps and taillamps
  • Available Adaptive Cruise Control and Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking

2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon

2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon

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All Overland features, plus:

  • Rock-Trac® 4×4 System with up to 84:1 crawl ratio
  • 33-in. off-road tires with high clearance fender flares
  • Electronic sway bar disconnect, locking front and rear differentials, and FOX® Shocks
  • Vented Rubicon hood and steel off-road rock rails for cab and bed
  • Available industry-exclusive TrailCam off-road camera

What are the Differences Between the Gladiator Overland vs. Rubicon?

To take your daily drive to the next level, choose the 2020 Jeep Gladiator Overland or Rubicon. You’ll find features like signature LED headlamps and taillamps on both models, but choose the Rubicon if you’re a serious off-roader. The Jeep Gladiator Rubicon has a number of features you can utilize out on the toughest trails, like off-road tires and an off-road camera to record your achievements.


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Jeep Wrangler Rubicon vs. Sport: Here's Which Trim Is Right For You

By Harry Green

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Generally, the Sport is best for purists on a budget while the Rubicon is more capable and a more sophisticated daily driver.

As of 2020,Jeep’sWrangler continues to maintain its iconic look, yet comes in an impressive 13 trims including the limited editions. This article will examine two of the non-limited edition trims; Sport is the base package for the Wrangler, while the Rubicon is the top-of-the-line trim for regular models.

Generally, the Sport is best for purists on a budget while the Rubicon is more capable and a more sophisticated daily driver.

RELATED: Reviewing The 2020 Jeep Wrangler: 15 Things To Know Before You Buy It

Sport Specs And Similarities With The Rubicon

The Wrangler offers a variety of powerplant options. The 3.6L V6 is the standard powerplant and makes 285hp and 260lb-ft of torque. The optional turbocharged 2L straight-4 with 270hp and 295lb-ft is a no-cost option. Lastly, the V6 Turbo Diesel makes 260hp and 442 lb-ft. Both vehicles have the V6 as standard, the straight-4 available, and V6 Turbo Diesel available for $4,000 extra.

Only the gasoline V6 comes with a zero-cost six-speed manual transmission; you have to pay $2750 extra if you want an 8-speed automatic. If you’re buying the straight-4 engine, you don’t have the option of the manual, so although the engine is a no-cost option you will need to pay $1500 extra for the transmission. The same goes for the turbo-diesel – the engine itself costs $4000 but the 8-speed automatic is the only transmission available and will run you up an additional $2000. You can keep track of these costs on Jeep’s build and price page; the option costs are the same between both trims.

Given that they’re Wranglers, there’s not much cosmetically to immediately differentiate them other than the Rubicon decals, the wheels, and the shape of the bumper. Both are available in two-door and four-door variants, including the traditional convertible versions, and can have the doors removed. The warranty is also identical for each vehicle. Given that there’s nearly a $10K difference between these two, it’s well worth knowing what the Rubicon’s got over the Sport.

Rubicon Differences

There are a number of notable off-roading advantages to the Rubicon - which has earned a Trail Rated badge. The upscale Wrangler offers a different 4WD system, the Rock-Track, which boasts a higher crawl ratio (4:1 instead of the default Command-Trac 2.72:1) as well as higher ride height, larger tires, electronic locking differentials and sway bar disconnects, and a pair of locking Dana 44 axles.

The Rubicon also comes with a 4:10 rear axle ratio standard for the V6 and straight-4 models – the diesel still requires you to use a 3:73 rear axle. This is a higher rear axle ratio than the Sport’s 3.45 overall ratio, giving it better towing capacity but poorer fuel economy (in principle, anyway – Jeep rates the fuel economy and towing capacity of the two models equally). The Rubicon also comes with larger tires than the Sport.

Most of the Rubicon’s other differences come in the form of convenience – remote door locks, darker window tint, garage door transmitter, illuminated vanity mirrors. Unlike the Sport, the Rubicon comes with climate control, power windows, and power door locks standard. It also comes in more colors.

The Rubicon also offers many more packages than the Sport. Both have the Trailer-Tow and Heavy-Duty Electrical Group packages available. The Rubicon offers packages that enhance the vehicle’s bumpers, frontal lighting, cold-weather comfort, audio, and collision safety. The $1,195 LED Lighting Group package may be worth it for peace of mind, considering the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration rated the Wrangler’s headlights as Poor.

If you’re a hardcore Jeep purist you might not feel like you need a Rubicon. It’s vastly more expensive, significantly heavier, and offers no advantage over the Sport in terms of horsepower or torque. The Sport doesn’t come with power windows, power door locks or climate control – but that might not matter if you’ve removed the doors. Besides, if you just wanted those items you could get the Sport S trim which only costs $3k instead of $10k over the Sport.

However, if you’ve got the money, you should opt for the Rubicon over the Sport. It’s more capable off-road and the capacity for creature comforts and safety is a lot higher, making it much easier to use on long-haul highway drives. It also comes with (slightly) more safety features as standard. The bottom line is this, if you have a family and/or a trailer (and money), the Rubicon is probably better. Your kids will thank you for not making them live out their childhood rattling around in a swelteringly hot and/or freezing cold bone-stock non-crossover whenever you have to drive out from the suburbs, go skiing, or visit your relatives in Tampa.

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Here's Which Is Best For You

The market more or less works the way it’s supposed to with these two models; in this case, more money gets you the more capable product. Jeeps also keep their value well, so extra expenditure isn't necessarily putting you in a long-term hole. On the whole, the Rubicon appears to be the superior machine – more capable, more comfortable. That said if you’re buying a Jeep to make a fun doorless buggy to take a few friends a little off the beaten path, or cruising the coastal roads around 30A while you tuck into your Hokulia shaved ice, the Sport is up to the task.

Sources: Autoblog, Cars.com, Jeep, US News, World Report

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