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If you want a new truck you might have to wait. Most trucks, aside from the Jeep Gladiator have been facing delays. The Chevy Colorado hasn’t even reached dealerships yet. But you can skip the wait with the 2024 Jeep Gladiator. 

Is the 2024 Jeep Gladiator worth buying? 

Yes, the 2024 Jeep Gladiator is worth buying if you want a convertible truck. Plus, it has a spacious interior, modern tech, can tow up to 7,700 lbs, has an excellent reliability rating, and maintains a solid resale value. Check out benefits you may not know about. 

1. The Gladiator is available 

While people wait for the 2024 Ford Ranger to arrive, the 2024 Chevy Colorado struggles with production, and the 2024 Toyota Tacoma is incredibly difficult to snag, the 2024 Gladiator is available. 

You can find plenty of Gladiator models across the country, allowing you to get your new truck faster. The Gladiator is assembled in Toledo, Ohio where Jeep models have been in production since 1941. 

While the United Auto Workers (UWA) strike hurt production of the Ranger and the Colorado, the Gladiator seems to have rebounded just fine. 

2. Gladiator deals are available 

The 2024 Jeep Gladiator ready to adventure
2024 Jeep Gladiator | Jeep

Popular trucks like the Ford Maverick are selling for way above MSRP. But there are currently Gladiator incentives that could be too good to ignore. 

For example, some dealerships are offering 15% off the MSRP, which could provide thousands in savings. Some models are up to $20,000 off. 

Some speculate that the discounts are for the 2023 models to clear them out as the 2024 models arrive with a mid-cycle refresh. However, the deals apply to 2024 models. 

Also, the 2024 Gladiator has an MSRP of $37,895 while the 2023 model starts at $39,260. So, the refreshed model is actually $1,365 cheaper. In this age of soaring prices, what other trucks are cheaper?

3. The Gladiator is reliable 

The 2023 Gladiator has a reliability rating of 87 out of 100 from J.D.Power. Anything between 81 to 90 is great or above average while scores between 91 to 100 are best. 

The 2023 Tacoma earned an 83, the Colorado earned an 85, and the Ridgeline got a reliability score of 80. With the reliability rating and a high resale value, the Gladiator is a solid investment.