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A 2021 Jeep Gladiator is basically a brand new truck, and this one has only 2,300 miles on the odometer to prove it. But the difference here is it's a rare Bandit fully upgraded package that makes this loaded and modern 4x4 the coolest outlaw on the streets.
These rare Bandit editions play a cool game of "what if..." where we picture what might be driven on an outlaw run across the country. After all, you can't help but think that this is what Burt Reynolds might have really wanted any of those times when he took his Trans Am off the pavement. But more than just fantasy, this looks awesome in reality. There are fewer cooler color combos than black and gold. This is a comprehensive custom package where golden glow draws attention to some of the best details, like the iconic grille, LED headlights, contoured bumpers, and the flared fenders with the full pinstriping. Of course, the best gold acceding is on the hood. That T/A hood bird is awesome, and it even fits under the added hood scoop trim. You'll notice Bandit logos strategically placed on this Jeep, including the wheels. And how cool is it that these 20-inch off-road alloys will instantly remind you of the snowflake wheels that came on the Bandit's first T/A?! And as much as we enjoy the custom and upgraded look of this one, don't forget to check out how it also gets the fundamentals right. A full hardtop, side steps, a soft tonneau cover, and a trailer hitch make for a very practical ride. So as outstanding as the full package is, we also know it's the kind of usefulness where you'll quickly get beyond break-in miles on the odometer.
It's hard not to feel special inside this Gladiator with the bright brushed gold wrap radiating within the dark interior. You even have the Bandit logos embroidered on the headrests. And what also makes this one attractive is that it's also a loaded and modern factory Jeep. That means amenities like supportive bucket seats, power windows, power locks, keyless entry/ignition, power steering, cup holder center console, dual front airbags, side airbags, tilt/telescopic steering column, and cruise control. The AM/FM/XM infotainment touchscreen is the larger optional unit, and so it's easier to run the stereo, Bluetooth, and backup camera. And because you have factory dual-zone A/C climate control, it's a strong cold-blowing setup that keeps you comfortable even when you have the hardtop and door off on a sunny day.
Under the hood is the correct 3.6-liter V6. Chrysler's fuel-injected Pentastar engine has proven to be a great motor that delivers power, durability, and an all-around useful feeling. It's truly the motor for the modern Jeep era. This also has great factory features, like a two-speed 4x4 transfer case, optional eight-speed automatic transmission, four-wheel power disc brakes, and hill descent control. A few inches of lift, Milestar Patagonia M/T tires, and Rough Country shocks give you a terrific stance that's also great for true off-road work. But when you look underneath, the pristine presentation with factory decals reminds you of the low mileage and that this one has yet to have a big off-road adventure.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual packet. This is the fresh Gladiator that's specially made for those who love being the outlaw. Call today!!!
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