2024 Jeep Gladiator Texas Trail Model Returns to Celebrate the Lone Star State

As you can probably guess, it's only available to Texas buyers

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The new 2024 Jeep Gladiator Texas Trail is loaded with unique features and lots of standard equipment.

Available now, in the great state of Texas, the 2024 Jeep Gladiator Texas Trail comes with unique badging and a few extra goodies that make it true to its name. Based on the Gladiator Sport S, the special edition adds lots of extras. It’s ready for the trail, with 17-inch black-painted aluminum wheels. It also comes with 32-inch mud-terrain tires. It also has beefy rock rails, and body-color fender flares. You also get a body-colored hardtop, a Texas Trail hood decal and bespoke tailgate decals.

The 2024 Jeep Gladiator Texas Trail is available in seven colors: Black, Bright White, Granite Crystal, Hydro Blue, Firecracker Red, High Velocity and Anvil. All the interiors have black McKinley leather-trimmed seats. The Texas Trail hood and tailgate decals display the year 1836: the year of Texas’ establishment as an independent republic from Mexico.

Order books for the 2024 Jeep Gladiator Texas Trail are open now, provided you live in the Lone Star State. Seriously, if you use a ZIP code that isn’t Texas, you won’t be able to order the truck and Jeep will omit the trim from the configurator. The 2024 Jeep Gladiator Texas Trail starts at $49,985 including Jeep’s $1,895 destination charge.

However, there is one workaround if you’re looking to get one cheaper and don’t need the 2024 Gladiator’s updates: Snag a 2023 Gladiator Texas Trail. For a limited time (as of March 2024), Jeep is offering a 15% discount on 2023 models to shift old inventory, meaning you could grab a previous model year Texas Trail for as little as $43,685.

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