Jeep revealed their first pickup truck in 26 years at the Los Angeles Auto show. The new Gladiator, set to hit production lines next year, is intended to be part SUV-part pickup and will be the first truck the company has made since the Comanche went out of production in 1992. Closely-styled on the current Jeep Wrangler, Jeep say the new Gladiator allows its owner the perks of owning an SUV with the benefit of having a flat-bed at the back. With its four doors, and a five-foot bed, the Gladiator is 31 inches longer than a four-door Wrangler. It can carry up to 1,600 pounds or tow 7,650 pounds.
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