The Jeep Gladiator is a solid truck offering. It’s an all-around pickup that can haul, tow, and can even have fun off-road. The problem is, the returning nameplate doesn’t come cheap, with a starting price of $33,545 for the base Gladiator Sport.
If you want to go all out on options, the Gladiator can even set you back for as much as $64,110 for a fully-loaded Gladiator Rubicon – that’s without the unpleasant dealer markups that add up to $20,000 to the MSRP.
In other words, the Gladiator may be desirable but its price tag is reserved for those who have the means. For everyone else, Smyth Cars might have something that you want to consider.
Smyth Cars has unveiled its Grand Cherokee pickup truck conversion kit coming in May 2020. For a price just below three grand, you can now have a Jeep pickup truck – far from the five-digit price tag of a brand new Jeep Gladiator.
Smyth chose the second-generation Grand Cherokee (WJ) as its base because of…