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Jeep Gladiator 2020 gets growly new exhaust

Should the Magnaflow exhaust be offered locally?

While there’s no V8 yet, US company Magnaflow has revealed custom exhausts for the 2020 Jeep Gladiator to enhance its sound quality and street presence. 

Available in three different configurations for the V6 petrol Jeep Gladiator, buyers can select two ‘Street Series’ cat-back systems or a ‘Rock Crawler Series’ system designed for maximum clearance. 

The Street Series systems offer “a comfortable interior note providing just enough engine feedback while not producing an undesirable drone and deep performance sound outside”, according to Magnaflow.

One features a single rear exit with a polished stainless steel tip, while the other has a dual-split exit with a satin black finish under the bumper. 

The Rock Crawler Series exhaust uses a single straight exit on the driver’s side that’s supposedly packaged in a way that favours extra space for bigger bumpers, aftermarket suspension and so on. 

Pricing for the exhausts starts at US$517 - that’s on top of the US$33,545 starting price of the Gladiator Sport. 

The Gladiator features luxuries such as leather upholstery. The Gladiator features luxuries such as leather upholstery.

The Gladiator is due to launch in Australia in the first half of 2020. Local pricing and specs will be revealed before then.

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