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Jeep Gladiator Sub Box

Measuring 41″ in overall width, 11.75″ in overall depth, and 8.45″ in height at the front and 4.5″ at the back, this subwoofer enclosure is perfectly sized to fit in your Jeep Gladiator. The included speaker connector ensures hassle-free installation and connectivity.The ENS-JGL48 fits four 8” subwoofers and has an internal volume of 42L/1.5ft3 and a port tune of 28Hz to help your subwoofers deliver powerful and precise bass response in your Jeep Gladiator.

Package was shipped quickly and came within two days, very speedy and easy process getting the box. Fits perfectly under my rear seat and love the custom Gladiator design on the front. Gives my setup the ‘custom built’ look without the price. The one Rockford 10in paired with a good amp delivers plenty of good sounds and lows. Couldn’t be happier with my experience with Fox Acoustics.

Great ported box with deep bass for my Jeep Gladiator. I installed a 10 inch Rockford Fosgate shallow mount sub with 750 watt amp and it really hits hard. Perfect fit under the seat!
Payload capacity varies by trim. The minimum is 1,000 lb (450 kg) and the maximum payload is 1,700 lb (770 kg) for the Sport S with 3.6 L V6 engine, 6-speed manual transmission.Also introduced in 2020, the Gladiator Altitude is based on the Sport S model. The Altitude features a body-color grille and fender flares, 18-inch Granite Crystal aluminum wheels, and a black hardtop along with blacked-out interior accents.Like the Wrangler JL, three different touchscreen infotainment systems are available on the Gladiator, each integrating the rearview camera into the touchscreen:

A front camera system is available on the Gladiator that allows the driver to see obstacles in front and to the sides of the vehicle while off-road. Information to help with monitoring the vehicle during off-roading can be found in the Off-road Pages, which is contained in the Apps section of the Uconnect infotainment system.

The standard audio system in all models of the Gladiator except for the 80th Anniversary Edition and High Altitude models is an eight-speaker system featuring four four-inch speakers, and four 3.5-inch speakers. Optional on all models except for the base Sport and Willys Sport models, and standard on the 80th Anniversary Edition and Altitude models, is the Alpine premium audio system featuring an amplifier, a dashboard-mounted 3.5-inch center-channel speaker, and a subwoofer mounted under the rear split-bench seat. The system is automatically included when the U Connect 4C 8.4 infotainment system with GPS navigation is ordered, or when the 8.4 Radio and Premium Audio Group is selected. For the 2022 model year, the Overland, Mojave, and Rubicon models gained the Alpine premium audio system as standard equipment. In addition, all models equipped with the Alpine system also have the option of a portable wireless Bluetooth speaker that recharges behind the split-bench seat, which is an option not offered on the related Jeep Wrangler (JL).
Towing capacity also varies. The standard Gladiator features a towing capacity of 4,000 lb (1,800 kg). A heavy-duty towing package is available on select Gladiator Sport models increasing the towing capacity to 7,650 lb (3,470 kg) and includes a 4.10 rear axle ratio. Rubicon models with automatic transmissions tow 7,000lb.

Is Gladiator bigger than Wrangler?
The Gladiator is better suited for heavy-duty tasks and comes with a larger cargo bed, while the Wrangler is more compact and easier to maneuver. Ultimately, the choice between the two comes down to your specific needs and what you’re looking for in a vehicle.
The truck has front and rear doors that can be fully removed, as well as a windshield that can be lowered (like the Wrangler JL, Jeep includes a tool kit with the tools necessary to remove the doors and lower the windshield). The Gladiator is unique in that it is the only truck available with a convertible folding soft top.

Safety ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) indicate for the 2020 model of the Gladiator, the Front Drivers Side received a 4 / 5 stars, and the Front Passenger Side received 5 / 5 stars. The technical crash test report for those ratings was prepared by Calspan Corporation and was released on December 10, 2019.
A front-facing trail cam, mounted in one of the front grille slots, is also available that displays an image on the touchscreen of what is directly in front of the vehicle (this feature requires one of the two larger U Connect touchscreen displays), and will assist in off-road maneuverability, such as water fording, as well as climbing over objects like logs and rocks. The “Off Road Pages” application, displayed in the instrument cluster, allows a Gladiator driver to view approach and departure angles, steering angles, and more.In late-2004 the Jeep Gladiator concept was introduced. The 2005 Gladiator Concept did not feature a removable roof, but had removable doors and a pickup bed. It also previewed the design of the upcoming Jeep Wrangler (JK). The Gladiator concept was powered by a 3.0 L Common-Rail Diesel (CRD) engine produced by VM Motori (similar to the one used in some models of the Jeep Grand Cherokee), mated to a manual transmission, and four-wheel-drive. It featured functional rear mini-doors, and rear seating. The Gladiator concept featured a green-on-gray color scheme for both the exterior and interior.Like the Jeep Wrangler (JL) on which it shares a platform, all Gladiator models come standard with four wheel drive. There are four systems available: the Command-Trac part-time system, available on all models except for the off-road oriented Rubicon, Selec-Trac full-time system, also available on all models except for the Rubicon, and two versions of the Rock-Trac system on the Rubicon (both with 4.10 gear ratios): either a standard part-time version, or an optional full-time version.

How many speakers are in a Jeep Gladiator?
The standard Jeep Gladiator comes with an 8-speaker audio system, 2 USB ports and more.
On September 13, 2019, Chrysler announced a recall for the 2020 Jeep Gladiator JT, with approximately 3,427 total Gladiators affected. The Dana Corporation, which manufactures the rear driveshaft for the Gladiator, may have assembled the rear axle monoblocks without grease, which could lead to the potential fracture of the rear driveshaft, leading to a sudden loss in power. Jeep dealers will replace the rear driveshaft on the affected 2020 Gladiator models. The recall covers vehicles built between December 15, 2018, and June 25, 2019. There was a Stop-Sale Order issued for all affected Jeep Gladiator JT models still on dealership lots.

The bed of the truck can be optionally equipped with a rear folding tonneau cover, which features a “Weekend Warrior Mode” that allows for the tailgate to be closed and 2×4-inch lumber to be hauled in the pickup bed. Only one section of the tonneau cover can be open and the cover can also be fully retracted or removed if required. The tailgate is hinged and can be locked in a partially-open position if the tailgate does not need to be fully down.

The Gladiator has the most safety features that are also in the Wrangler JL including forward-collision warning with active braking and adaptive cruise control. The Jeep Active Safety Group and Jeep Advanced Active Safety Group are both available on all models except for the base Sport, and included on the Rubicon Launch Edition.The Gladiator features an approach angle of 43.6 degrees, a breakover angle of 20.3 degrees, and a departure angle of 26 degrees. The Rubicon comes with front- and rear-axle electric lockers and an electronic disconnecting front sway-bar.

The introduction video at the Los Angeles Auto Show used a sound clip from the 2000 film Gladiator, showing the original Jeep Gladiator telling the new model that it “needed to win the crowd”, just before the formal introduction of the new model. During Super Bowl LIV, Jeep premiered a commercial for the Gladiator starring Bill Murray, reprising his starring role from the film Groundhog Day (the game itself also fell on Groundhog Day). It was named the best commercial of Super Bowl LIV on USA Today’s Super Bowl Ad Meter survey.
The vehicle’s name harkens back to the original Jeep Gladiator, made from 1962 through 1988 and known as the J-Series after 1971. Jeep considered reviving the Gladiator name alongside Comanche and most commonly Scrambler, as well as simply using a new name, before deciding on Gladiator, feeling it fits the truck the best.

Unique features on the Gladiator include a flat rear load floor for carrying longer and taller items inside the truck’s interior, secure and lockable storage underneath the rear bench seat, and a removable Bluetooth wireless speaker that charges when the vehicle is running, and the speaker is in its docking station located behind the rear bench seat. From the front seats forward, the Gladiator features an interior design that is nearly identical to that of the Jeep Wrangler JL. The Gladiator has the same dash layout, and same positioning of the gear selector, 4WD mode selector, and manual parking brake. The only difference is that the gear selector, if in a vehicle with an automatic gearbox, has a depiction of the Gladiator, instead of a Willys Jeep like the one found on the Wrangler automatic gearbox selector.
Introduced in the 2021 lineup, the Gladiator Willys is based on the Sport S model. The Willys sport with a base price of $39260 features many of the same options as the higher-spec Rubicon, however, including standard Rock Rails, and beefy-looking 32-inch BF Goodrich KM2 mud-terrain tires. It also gets a locking rear differential and Jeep’s Command-Trac 4×4 part-time, two-speed transfer case with a 2.72:1 low-range gear ratio is also standard fare. The Willys Edition a hood decal, retro-looking 4WD tailgate decal, 17-inch black aluminum wheels with gray pad print, and a gloss black grille.

What size is the bed in the Jeep Gladiator?
2023 Jeep Gladiator bed size (length x width x depth): 60.3 inches x 44.8 inches x 33.9 inches.
At launch, the sole engine on the Jeep Gladiator was the 3.6L Pentastar gasoline V6 engine with Variable Valve Timing, producing 285 horsepower, and 260 lb. ft. of torque. However, starting with the 2021 model year, the 3.0L EcoDiesel Turbocharged diesel V6 engine became available as an option, producing 260 horsepower, and 442 lb. ft. of torque. The EcoDiesel engine is available on all trim levels of the Gladiator with the exception of the Mojave trim. Gasoline-powered Gladiators offer the option of either the six-speed manual Aisin AL6 (D478), or the Chrysler-manufactured version of the ZF 8HP transmission automatic transmission. Diesel-powered Gladiators offer only the 8HP75 automatic version of the ZF 8HP transmission. All powertrain options are derived from the Jeep Wrangler (JL), however, unlike the Wrangler JL, the Gladiator does not offer the turbocharged four-cylinder gasoline engine as an option.At the 2020 Chicago Auto Show, Jeep introduced the Gladiator Mojave. The Mojave is the first “Desert-Rated” Jeep model. Features on the Mojave trim include 33-inch Falken Wildpeak all-terrain tires (mud-terrain tires are also available as an option), unique seventeen-inch painted aluminum-alloy wheels, FOX brand 2.5-inch internal bypass shocks with external reservoirs, a unique “Desert Rated 4X4” emblem in place of the “Trail Rated 4X4” emblem on both front fenders, unique “Mojave” decals on both sides of the hood, orange tow hooks, an “Off Road Plus” button on the center console for increased off-road capabilities, and the ability to lock the Gladiator’s rear axles at high speeds when in 4WD High mode (a feature exclusive to the Mojave). The interior, when equipped with the optional leather-trimmed seats, features special heat-reflective seating material that is engineered to withstand the hottest climates (all interiors on the Mojave feature unique orange stitching on the seats, steering wheel, dashboard, and door trim panels).

Jeep celebrated the launch of the Gladiator with the limited-edition Rubicon Launch Edition model. Available by preorder through a special website, and only on April 4, 2019 (Jeep 4X4 Day), the Rubicon Launch Edition is based on the top-of-the-line Rubicon trim level and includes all available options on that trim level with no additional options available. Available for an MSRP of $62,310, only 4,190 limited-edition Rubicon Launch Edition Gladiators were produced (the number “4,190” pays homage to the 419 area code of Toledo, Ohio, the home of Toledo Complex where the Gladiator is assembled). Special features that distinguish the Rubicon Launch Edition from other Gladiator models include special badging, special wheels, and a leather-wrapped instrument panel with red stitching. The Launch Edition was available in five colors: Black, Bright White, Firecracker Red, Granite Crystal Metallic, and Billet Silver Metallic.
The Jeep Gladiator is a midsize pickup truck manufactured by the Jeep division of Stellantis North America (formerly FCA US). It was introduced at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show on November 28, 2018, and went on sale in the spring of 2019. Based on the same platform as the Wrangler JL, the Gladiator is Jeep’s first pickup truck since the Comanche was discontinued in 1992.In late 2019, Jeep introduced the Gladiator North Edition. Based on the luxury-oriented Overland model, the North Edition is marketed toward Gladiator buyers living in colder climates. In addition to the standard equipment offered on the Overland, the Gladiator North Edition model adds features such as the U Connect 4C 8.4 touchscreen infotainment system with SiriusXM Guardian, satellite radio, and Travel Link services and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, the nine-speaker Alpine premium amplified audio system with subwoofer, the Cold Weather Group (which includes dual heated front bucket seats, a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a remote vehicle starter system), a unique “North” emblem on the rear tailgate, and rubberized all-weather front and rear floor mats. The North Edition is the first special-edition Gladiator trim level to be released, and will be followed by the Gladiator Mojave model.

How big is the box on a Jeep Gladiator?
Jeep Gladiator bed size: 73.8 inches width / 75 inches height. Jeep Gladiator wheelbase: 137.3 inches. Cargo box length: 60.3 inches.
The Gladiator is available in base Sport, mid-level Sport S, luxurious Overland, desert racing ready Mojave, and off-road ready Rubicon (a limited-edition Rubicon Launch Edition model, limited to 4,190 units, is also available.) The Gladiator and Wrangler JL diverge when it comes to their luxury trim levels. The luxury Wrangler is named “Sahara”, while the luxury trim on the Gladiator is known as the “Overland” model. When equipped with leather upholstery, the Overland receives a stitched soft-touch dashboard surface and hand-stitched dashboard, similar to that of the Wrangler Sahara.

Is the Jeep Gladiator a JL or JT?
Jeep Gladiator (JT)
Four different roof options are available, similar to those on the Wrangler JL, including a black vinyl Sun-Rider soft top and a premium black fabric Sun-Rider soft top (both of which can be fully retracted), a black Freedom-Top three-piece hard top, and a color-keyed Freedom-Top three-piece hard top, both of which have removable aluminum roof panels.

On April 12, 2021, Jeep introduced the Gladiator Texas Trail, a special edition of the Jeep Gladiator that will only be available in Texas. Based on the Gladiator Sport S trim, the Gladiator Texas Trail has unique 1836 decals to celebrate the state’s Declaration of Independence. Standard exterior features include 17-inch Mid-Gloss Black Aluminum wheels, black side steps and hardtop, and Jeep’s exclusive “Trail Rated” badge. Jeep also announced that both the Pentastar and EcoDiesel V6 engines will be available for the Gladiator Texas Trail. Starting MSRP is $40,535.

Is a Jeep Gladiator a 1 ton truck?
The gladiator is indeed a truck with a 1/2 ton rating as it can carry a 1700 pound payload.
The four-door, five-passenger mid-size Gladiator features exterior and interior styling cues from the Wrangler JL. Taylor Langhals was the lead exterior designer on Gladiator. Because a truck is frequently used for both hauling and towing, the front grille slots were enlarged to allow for increased airflow and heavier-duty engine cooling. A full-sized spare tire, normally mounted on the Wrangler’s rear tailgate, is mounted underneath the cargo bed of the Gladiator.At the 2020 Chicago Auto Show, Jeep introduced the Gladiator High Altitude Edition as the new “up-level” Gladiator trim level. The High Altitude Edition features a unique emblem on the rear tailgate, and also features twenty-inch all-season tires and black-painted aluminum-alloy wheels, color-keyed front and rear fender flares, color-keyed front and rear door handles and side mirrors, color-keyed front and rear bumpers, LED front and rear lighting, a color-keyed three-piece hardtop roof, a standard 8.4-inch U Connect 4C touchscreen infotainment system with SiriusXM Guardian, satellite radio, and Travel Link services and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, an Alpine Electronics|Alpine nine-speaker premium amplified audio system with subwoofer, leather-trimmed seating surfaces with heating for both front bucket seats and the leather-wrapped steering wheel, and black “Trail Rated 4X4” emblems on both front fenders.

Is there a subwoofer in Jeep Gladiator?
The standard sound system on a Jeep Gladiator features 8 small speakers with no amp or subwoofer.
If you love music as much as you love your Jeep, improving the sound quality is likely high on your list of Jeep upgrades. Stinger Off-Road now has vehicle specific audio upgrade kits for the 2018+ Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Gladiator!

The front speaker replacement for Jeep JL and JT models includes a pair of speaker pods designed to fit in the stock speaker location. Using all factory hardware, install the new speaker pods where the OEM speakers are. The Jeep front speaker upgrade kit from Stinger Off-Road allows for two 6.5″ speakers (included). We also include a speaker harness to ensure a clean and safe install. This is a big upgrade over the factory 4-inch speakers.
Ready to tackle this project yourself? We make DIY projects for your Jeep as easy as possible with step-by-step install videos for upgrades just like this. Find us on YouTube and start upfting your Jeep today! Ready for a full Jeep sound system upgrade? Replace the front speakers and roll bar speakers in one complete package that includes adapters, speakers, and wire harnesses for the front dash speakers and the overhead sound bar. Stinger Off-Road offers two complete packages. Both include 6.5″ dash speakers. Choose between 6.9-inch sound bar speakers or 6.5-inch sound bar speakers for your Jeep Wrangler or Gladiator. The sound bar attached to the overhead roll bar in the 2018+ Jeep Wrangler JL/JLU and Jeep Gladiator JT is another great location to improve the overall sound quality and volume in your Jeep. Even with the premium sound system from factory, Jeep only offers a 4-inch speaker paired with a 3.5-inch tweeter. The Jeep sound bar adapter kit from Stinger Off-Road allows for you to choose your sound upgrade to either a pair of 6×9″ speakers or a pair of 6.5″ speakers and tweeters. Both adapter plates are included for either speaker size along with the speaker size of your choice. The included speaker grille included is designed to look factory, but with more room to allow for bigger speakers to fit without rubbing against the OEM speaker cover. This kit does require some modification to the sound bar to fit the larger speakers.Since we know you already love customizing your Jeep, we made it easy to make this speaker install your own too. Easily separate the outer ring of the speaker grille and paint it to match your Jeep. Make your upgrades stand out! See the image below for a disassembly example. Get ready to carve some difficult dunes and sandy trails with the Gladiator Mojave. It’s been tested and proven to perform in some of the harshest conditions on planet Earth. BRP subwoofer enclosures are designed to fit snuggly under the rear passenger seat. These enclosures are highly durable and provide a custom fit so that you do not have to sacrifice space for added aftermarket performance with a stealthy factory look. And adding the Rockford Fosgate “R2D2″ 10” 2-Ohm or the Kicker “CompRT” 2-Ohm Subwoofers will give it that big bass the Gladiator is missing!

Can you upgrade Jeep speakers?
The front speaker replacement for Jeep JL and JT models includes a pair of speaker pods designed to fit in the stock speaker location. Using all factory hardware, install the new speaker pods where the OEM speakers are. The Jeep front speaker upgrade kit from Stinger Off-Road allows for two 6.5″ speakers (included).
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