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|2020 Jeep Gladiator||VS||2020 Ford Ranger|
|7,650||Max Towing Capacity (LBS)||7,500|
The 2020 Jeep Gladiator has arrived after significant anticipation and is gaining its foothold in the midsize truck segment on its rugged, capable wheels. Meanwhile, the competition in this very popular market has had to step up their off-road game to keep up with the Jeep’s offerings. Ford’s Ranger is in the second year of its new generation, and the manufacturer has enhanced the 2020 Ranger to include a variety of features that enhance the overall experience. With several “Best In Class" ratings, the Ranger has an advantage over a large portion of the competition. Still, the Jeep Gladiator has one thing the other’s lack: a solid heritage in the off-road tradition. This leaves many truck enthusiasts wondering whether a truck should have off-road capability, or an off-road vehicle should have truck capability. This adds yet another level of competition to the mid-sized truck segment, as previous specifications considered towing and payload capacity, engine size, and fuel economy as primary factors. There are, of course, very important details when reviewing any performance or work-type vehicle. When comparing the 2020 Jeep Gladiator vs 2020 Ford Ranger, however, there’s far more than meets the eye to either contestant.