If you’re interested in the 2020 Jeep Gladiator, you are probably wondering how it compares in size to other trucks. First off, the Gladiator is a mid-size truck, so think of it as being closer to the size of a Toyota Tacoma than a Toyota Tundra. Imagine a Chevrolet Colorado, not a Silverado, a Ford Ranger, not a Ford F-150. With that image in your head, read on to learn how the 2020 Jeep Gladiator compares in size to other trucks like those mentioned above. The measurements for each competitor come from the matching year and lowest trim level of each model.
How Long is the 2020 Jeep Gladiator?
The 2020 Jeep Gladiator is a little longer than a lot of mid-size trucks. At 218 inches or about 557 centimeters, the Gladiator is longer than the 212.3-inch or about 539-centimeter Toyota Tacoma. It’s not a big difference, but the bulkier design of the Gladiator is going to make it look longer in most situations.
How Wide is the 2020 Jeep Gladiator?
A good comparison for the width of the Gladiator is the Ford Ranger. The Gladiator measures 73.8 inches wide, or 187.452 centimeters. The Ford Ranger is almost the same width at 73.3 inches or 186.182 centimeters. It’s a small difference, but it might be noticeable to some drivers. Navigating a parking lot shouldn’t be much more difficult than it would be in a medium or larger SUV.
How Tall is the 2020 Jeep Gladiator?
Perhaps the biggest contrast is the difference in height between the 2020 Jeep Gladiator and a pickup truck like the Chevrolet Colorado. The Jeep Gladiator stands at an even 75 inches or 190.5 centimeters, while the Chevrolet Colorado only stands 70.4 inches high, or almost 179 centimeters. The height will probably play a big role in making the Gladiator look bigger than all the competitor’s mid-size trucks. Overall, it is larger than most, but that doesn’t mean it should be compared to large-size trucks.