Yeah, that one lost me. Regardless, anyone paying attention may note that Erik Miller put the Gladiator on the pole for today's KOH EMC stock class.While the new Scrablerish Jeep is what it is and may be fine for what it is I have to wonder...
Since the original Gladiator was born in 1962 how many other Grandfathers, with grandkids named after them, were murdered so those kids could be born?
Pick up, seats 4 comfortably without having to recline the front seats, potential for light hauling... I wouldn't complain if someone offered me one. I'd probably have to sell a newsie's kidney on the black market to afford it though.
If I could swing it, I'd be happy with a JL with a hard half cab. The spacing/ratios on that type of set up just looks "right" to me for some reason.I agree. I’m into it. Personally have no need for a true pickup but a JL or dare I say a ridgeline makes sense. A daily driver that occasionally tows a log splitter and gets mulch and logs a few times a year... I could argue for it.
Considering the vast majority of JKs sold were JKUs, like 20/80 as I recall, I doubt they'd ever make a 2dr truck. It took Chrysler decades of dragging their feet and everyone asking for a truck before they actually, finally, ended up making one as it is.I'd be surprised if they even thing about offering a two door. Heck, I don't even know if I ever see two door pickup trucks less than 10 years old any more.