For 2022, Jeep hasn't made any significant changes to the Gladiator 2022 Jeep Gladiator lineup that's why it is .

Naturally, there's always a chance that the business will release a limited edition at some time in the year.

A 3.6-liter V-6 engine that generates 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque drives the Gladiator through a six-speed manual transmission as standard or an eight-speed automatic transmission

We can confirm that it drives very similarly to the Wrangler now that we've driven a few examples of it.

The Gladiator can tow an impressive 7650 pounds when fully outfitted. The smallest variant can tow a trailer measuring 4,000 pounds.

Gladiator models with the factory-installed manual transmission are rated for 16 city and 23 highway miles per gallon.

The automatic gearbox lowers the predicted interstate figure to 22 mpg while raising the estimated city mpg to 16.

The Gladiator's interior features an upright dashboard with user-friendly controls that resembles the Wrangler's.

Waterproof push-button start is among the sturdy elements, while heated front seats and the steering wheel are among the available comfort options.

Every model includes a standard touchscreen, however Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are only available on the larger 7.0- and 8.4-inch displays.

Similar to the rest of the Jeep range, the Gladiator features a warranty that includes competitive limited and powertrain coverages.