Trail rated, but ready for the desert. The all-new 2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave is equipped with Fox 2.5-inch internal bypass shocks, all-terrain tires, and distinguishing orange accents.
The Mojave is powered by a 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 that makes 285 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque, similar to the top-of-the-line Trail Rated Gladiator Rubicon. This is the only power train choice for the Mojave right now. And, like the other Jeeps in the Wrangler lineup, a six-speed manual is the standard transmission, although an eight-speed automatic is optional.
This vehicle is not only powerful, but stunningly distinctive with steel gray interior, a dark shadow gray exterior and bright orange accents throughout. You will also notice an aggressive performance hood with a center scoop that will support the fold-down windshield so you can enjoy wide-open freedom.
We are so excited to experience the Mojave for ourselves and you can expect to see it this summer with estimated prices ranging between $45,000 and $50,000.
Although Presidents can’t normally drive during their presidency, that doesn’t mean some of them have a true love for cars. If they have owned cars before the presidency they tend to be parked for the duration considering no driving is allowed while in the White House. A number of presidents have known to be car lovers including Kennedy, Reagan, Truman, and Bill Clinton. One of the most well-known presidential limos is known as “The Beast.” The Beast is based off of a Cadillac platform although it doesn’t retain much of the drivetrain at all. It is a fully custom armored vehicle that is estimated to weigh as much of 15,000-20,000 pounds. It is believed to have either a 8.1L Vortec gas engine or 6.6L Duramax diesel. Due to the heavy weight of the vehicle top speed reaches about 60 mph and won’t be winning any races. Completely outfitted with bulletproof glass, multiple heavy duty metals, and run flat tires the president remains safe from outside threats.
A special and unique presidential vehicle is Ronald Reagan’s 1962 Jeep CJ-6. The Jeep was one of his prized possessions and was not just for show. He used it quite a bit on his private ranch as he didn’t get many chances to drive during his time as president. It was no show piece as he utilized it for chores on the ranch and many times would bring his dogs along for some extra company. It was virtually unrestored and original although it received a red paint job with pinstripes.