Owner Review: I’m NEVER Getting Rid Of My 2020 Jeep Gladator Mojave!

You guys have some sweet-looking Gladiators!

One of the best things about the Jeep community is seeing just what everyone does with their rigs — taking the baked-in capability of a Wrangler, or in this case the Gladiator truck, and elevating it to a new level. Take Joe and Kinsey, who sent in their 2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave with us this week. We’re sharing more thoughts below as a TFL Owner Review, and you can even check out more of this Gladiator on Instagram at @mento_jt.

Quick review of the Gladiator Mojave:

“I have owned this bad boy for a full year now, and would like to share some of my good experiences (and a couple bad quirks).

On the bad side: I would have to agree with you guys about the seats. they are pretty bad as far as support goes! I have a bad back and on a 400-500 mile straight-through drive, you will definitely feel it. Also the infotainment screen on mine will flash occasionally, and it is pretty distracting.

Besides those two issues, though, my 2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave has been extremely reliable, and I don’t have any other big complaints. I use this Jeep to tow my 4,000-pound camper, and I have not had any issues with overheating. On another trip, I towed my other Jeep (a 2006 Wrangler TJ) to Moab and back! I will say I did not set any land speed records, but it was not a stressful experience whatsoever.

This Jeep has been a blast! We have used and abused it pretty good, even jumping it while flying at 65 mph on sand. I love this Gladiator and I don’t think I will ever get rid of it!

As always keep up the good work. P.S. — we loved your ‘For a Few Bucks Less’ series!”

Among the off-road mods, this Gladiator packs a 2.5-inch lift, Smittybuilt bumper, 35-inch Falken Wildpeak M/Ts and a Yakima rooftop tent on the bed rack.

Show us your off-road rig and tell us your story!

Big thanks to Joe and Kinsey for sending in their Gladiator. We’d love to see more of your guys’ rigs and share your stories! If you want to send in a review, send a few photos (make sure they’re decent resolution: 2,000 pixels wide or higher) to ask@tfltruck.com or info@tflcar.com.

Due to the high volume of e-mails we receive, I can’t promise we’ll get to every single submission for an owner review. Nonetheless, we will include what we can and hopefully you guys will enjoy these rigs as much as we do.