JeepGladiatorForum found an order guide for the entire 2020 Gladiator lineup, which includes pricing for the new Mojave model. The first Jeep to wear the Desert Rated badge will cost $43,875 plus a $1,495 destination charge, for a total MSRP of $45,370. As Mopar Insiders lays out in detail, compared to the Gladiator Rubicon, the Mojave earns its cred with a reinforced frame, a wheelbase that’s a half-inch longer and track that’s a half-inch wider, Fox 2.5-inch internal bypass shocks with external reservoirs front and rear, Fox front hydraulic jounce bumpers, springs that lift the front end an inch, a larger rear track bar, and better approach and departure angles. The Mojave’s 2.72:1 low-range gear ratio enables locking the rear diff up to 50 miles per hour and in four-wheel drive high, instead of the Rubicon’s 30-mph and 4L limit thanks to the latter’s 4.0:1 low-range case. The hood with “Mojave” written on its sides is the biggest cosmetic giveaway.
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