The 2024 Wrangler & Gladiator Beach Editions

March 19th, 2024 by

Jeep is known for its rugged off-road vehicles, but its latest offerings are aimed at beach enthusiasts. The 2024 Jeep Wrangler and its pickup-truck counterpart, the Gladiator, will be available as limited-production Beach editions, with only 500 Wrangler 4xe models and 250 Gladiator models set to be sold.

Beach-Inspired Design

Both the Wrangler and Gladiator Beach editions start with the Willys trim level and feature a body-color hardtop with a headliner. The Sunrider Fliptop adds a foldable cloth section over the front-seat passengers, perfect for open-air cruising along the coast. Each model also sports Beach edition decals, ensuring they stand out on the beachfront.

Off-Road Capabilities

Despite their beach-focused design, these special editions don’t skimp on off-road prowess. The Gladiator comes equipped with 32-inch mud-terrain tires, while the Wrangler features 33-inch all-terrain tires. Both models also include steel rock rails, ensuring they can handle rough terrain with ease.

Premium Features

Inside, the Beach editions boast a range of premium features, including a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, adaptive cruise control, and LED front lighting. Mopar Katzkin leather seats, embroidered with “Jeep Beach,” add a touch of luxury to the interior.

Pricing and Availability

The Wrangler 4xe Beach edition starts at $62,290, while the Gladiator Beach edition starts at $52,390. These limited-production models are only available to order in select southeastern states, such as Florida, so interested buyers will need to act fast to secure their own piece of beach-ready Jeep excellence.

 

With their combination of beach-inspired design and off-road capabilities, the 2024 Wrangler and Gladiator Beach editions are sure to be a hit with beach enthusiasts and Jeep fans alike.

 

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