Discover top-of-the-class capabilities with the Jeep Gladiator towing capacity. This Jeep truck does it all. Head off-road and have fun, haul work gear on-road, or bring some toys on your next adventure; the 2023 Jeep Gladiator can handle it. Read on to learn more about the Jeep Gladiator tow rating, and visit San Antonio CDJR to test drive a Gladiator today.
The Jeep Gladiator towing capacity varies with factors like optional equipment. But at a glance, here’s how much each 2023 Jeep Gladiator can tow in standard form:
|Max Towing Capacity
|Willys Sport 4×4
|Sport S 4×4
Now that you’ve seen an overview of the Jeep Gladiator towing capacity comparison, let’s see the details that define how much a Gladiator can tow.
A new Jeep Gladiator for sale can be yours with one of two engines. The first is a 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine making 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.
It comes standard on all trim levels, so what causes that variance in towing capabilities? The answer would be the transmission that comes standard, as well as each trim’s curb weight and mechanical factors like tires and differentials.
Aside from trims, though, you’ll get a maximum Jeep Gladiator towing capacity of 6,500 pounds1 when you choose the available 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6 with its 260 horsepower and best-in-class 442 pound-feet of torque.2
So, you’ll notice that the Jeep Gladiator towing capacity variances start with the Gladiator Sport, Willys Sport, Sport S, and Freedom being able to tow 4,000 pounds.1 The main factor here is that they all come standard with a six-speed manual transmission. The Gladiator Overland and High Altitude come standard with an eight-speed automatic transmission, boosting their standard maximum towing capacity to 6,000 pounds.1
The Mojave and Rubicon trims also come standard with a six-speed manual. However, the 4,500-pound1 Jeep Gladiator towing capacity for these trims is in part due to their higher gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) and gross combined weight rating (GCWR) over the Sport, Willys Sport, Sport S, and Freedom trims.
To complement the powerful Jeep Gladiator towing capacity, this truck has an equally-impressive payload capacity. A best-in-class maximum 4×4 payload rating of up to 1,710 pounds3 with the Sport and Sport S trims, to be precise.
The Willy Sport, Willys, and Freedom trims have a maximum payload rating of 1,700 pounds.4 The Mojave and Rubicon trims have a maximum payload rating of 1,200 pounds,4 while the Overland and High Altitude trims have a maximum payload rating of 1,120 pounds.4
While the ratings we’ve seen so far are impressive, the Jeep Gladiator can get even better when with the optional towing packages from our trusted Jeep brand dealer in San Antonio.
The first tow package is necessary for harnessing the Jeep Gladiator towing capacity.
The Gladiator Trailer-Tow Package provides hauling essentials like a Class IV hitch to hook your trailer up, a 240-amp alternator to help power your trailer electronics, a heavy-duty engine cooler to handle the additional load, and a Trailer Hitch-Zoom feature for easier hitch-ups.
Choose this package to reach the highest-rated Jeep Gladiator towing capacity — a best-in-class maximum gas towing capacity of up to 7,700 pounds.5
You’ll get a powerful bundle of Jeep Gladiator towing features for your Sport or Sport S trim truck. The Max Tow Package begins with essential equipment like a Class IV hitch, a heavy-duty engine cooler, a 240-amp alternator, and a Trailer Hitch-Zoom feature.
It then goes further with meaty all-terrain tires for more grip. A rear Trac-Lok® Anti-Spin differential for effective power output under load. Heavy-duty Dana® 44 front and rear axles for even more strength. A revised 4.10 axle ratio for increased off-the-line grunt. A daytime running light system for extra visibility. And blacked-out two-piece fender flares to fit the beefier tires.
If you’re looking to make the most out of your Jeep Gladiator towing capacity, the Max Tow Package is ready for you.
From on-road towing to off-road adventuring, the Jeep Gladiator is a versatile machine that’ll provide years of fun and satisfaction. If you’re ready to find your next Jeep Gladiator, browse our Gladiator inventory today, get pre-approval at our finance center, and swing by to explore one in person.
The Jeep Gladiator Overland and High Altitude trims offer a towing capacity of 6,000 pounds;1 the highest standard towing capacities of the trim lineup due to their standard eight-speed automatic transmission. However, with the Max Tow Package equipped, the 2023 Jeep Gladiator Sport and Sport S can tow with a best-in-class maximum gas towing capacity of 7,700 pounds.5
The Jeep Gladiator towing capacity is designed for use with a Class IV hitch and conventional trailers. An official Jeep Gladiator 5th-wheel hitch is not available from the Jeep brand, and 5th-wheel towing with a Gladiator may not be recommended. Check your Gladiator owner’s manual or contact our Jeep experts for more details.
The Jeep Gladiator Max Tow Package is only available on the Sport and Sport S trim levels. Choosing this powerful towing package gives you a hefty assortment of heavy-duty enhancements and upgrades, helping your 2023 Jeep Gladiator achieve a best-in-class maximum gas towing capacity of up to 7,700 pounds.5
1When properly equipped. See dealer for details.
2Class based on Midsize Trucks. When properly equipped with the 3.0L EcoDiesel V6 engine
3Class based on Ward’s Small Pickup segmentation. When properly equipped. Competitor information based upon available manufacturer specifications. Achievable on Sport and Sport S models. Contact dealer for details.
4When properly equipped. Contact dealer for details.
5Based on the WardsAuto Small Pickup Segment. When properly equipped. See dealer for details.