How Big is the Jeep Gladiator Bed?
Jeep Gladiator Truck Bed Dimensions
Well-proportioned to handle heavy loads, the new Jeep Gladiator’s bed is 60.3 inches long and 56.8 inches wide. The area between the wheel wells extends 44.8 inches. These specs apply to the 2020 and 2021 Gladiator.
Alongside ideal dimensions, the Jeep Gladiator’s bed boasts a range of features to help you make the most of that space. Allow the Jeep experts at our Newberg dealership to explain in-depth.
The All-New Jeep Gladiator: A Bed For Success
Every Jeep Gladiator comes equipped with tie-down rings located on each corner for secure cargo storage. Late hours pose no problem for the Gladiator – integrated LED lights allow you to see the contents of your bed through the night. With the available 115-volt power outlet/400-watt converter, feel free to use your Gladiator for off-site projects.
Durability is a virtue when the Jeep Gladiator’s bed is all-steel. It’s this inherent strength that allows the Gladiator to put up a best-in-class 4×4 payload of 1,700 lbs. For added protection, opt for the available Spray-In Bedliner and Roll-Up Tonneau Cover.
For cargo management, Gladiator owners can take advantage of the available embedded rails with adjustable tie-down sliders that run through the inside of the truck bed and behind the cab, which allows the mounting of available Mopar Accessories such as Bed Crossrails, Cargo Carriers, and more.
Discover Your Jeep Gladiator in Newberg
If the sizable, multi-function bed has your interested piqued, wait until you see the rest of the Gladiator for yourself at our dealership. We invite Sherwood and McMinnville area shoppers to test drive the Jeep Gladiator to get a sense of why so many have chosen to this revolutionary pick-up truck.
For those looking to drive home in a Jeep Gladiator, check out our new Jeep specials for an exceptional deal.
Have any questions about the all-new Jeep Gladiator? Contact us at our Dodge Chrysler Jeep RAM dealership. We proudly serve drivers throughout the Newberg, OR area, including Sherwood, McMinnville, and beyond.