You can now configure your own 2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave on Jeep’s online configurator. The Mojave is a whole model for Jeep. While Rubicon is more focused on slow speed rock crawling, the Mojave is meant for higher-speed desert running.
2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave
Underneath, the Mojave and the Rubicon share a lot of components. Jeep says the Mojave has a reinforced frame and a slightly higher ride height in the front – when compared to the Rubicon. The Mojave suspension is fully unique. The specially tuned springs and larger 2.5-inch body FOX off-road shocks with remote reservoirs work together to smooth out tough terrain.
Under the hood the Rubicon and the Mojave are identical. At this time, it’s the 3.6-liter gas V6 (285 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque) with a choice of a 6-speed manual or an 8-speed automatic transmissions. Jeep says the 3.0-liter turbo-diesel V6 is still coming later this year.
While the Rubicon has front and rear differential lockers and a disconnecting front sway bar, the Mojave makes due with just a rear locker and no ability to disconnect the front sway bar when extra articulation may be needed.
Both the Gladiator Rubicon and Mojave start at the same price of $43,875. If you select nearly every option on the Gladiator Mojave truck, the final sticker price can approach the $63,000 mark.
Here is a real-world off-road comparison between the 2020 Gladiator Rubicon and Gladiator Mojave.