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The world of truck pricing has been full of painful increases. But the Jeep Gladiator is gracing us with a little break from skyrocketing. While some 2024 Jeep Gladiator models received price bumps, others got a rare price cut. 

How much does the 2024 Jeep Gladiator cost? 

The 2024 Jeep Gladiator parked by a lake
2024 Jeep Gladiator | Jeep

Drum roll please, you can get started with a  2024 Jeep Gladiator for $37,895. That’s just the MSRP, though. The $1,895 destination fee brings the price up to $39,790. 

While that’s still expensive, it’s actually $1,025 less than the 2023 Gladiator. Moving up to the Sport S trim costs $43,290 with the destination fee included. It’s $1,195 less than the 2023 model unless you opt for the available 17-inch wheels. Then it’s the same price. 

The rough-and-tumble Gladiator Mojave and Rubicon trims start at $54,890, including the destination fee. These trims received a $1,750 price increase. 

Last but not least, the Rubicon X and Mojave X, which are two new trims increase the price to $64,890. The High Altitude and Freedom trims were dropped for 2024 and pricing for the Willy’s model hasn’t been released. 

The Gladiator got a mid-cycle refresh for 2024, making it rather strange for the entry-level and a few other trims to have cheaper starting prices. 

But on the other hand, the Gladiator has been facing a steep sales decline, so perhaps a slight price decrease will be helpful. It sold 77,885 trucks in 2022 and only 55,187 units in 2023. 

For 2024, it has a revised grille to make space for an available integrated winch on the front bumper. It also dropped the diesel engine, making the 3.6-liter V6 engine with 285 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque the only option. 

A 12.3-inch infotainment system is standard across the lineup and side curtain airbags increase its safety. The Rubicon X and Mojave X have more capable and luxurious features such as steal bumpers and 12-way power-adjustable water-proof seats. 

Also, the antenna is now integrated into the windshield to avoid getting snagged on branches and other things in the wild.