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2020 Jeep Gladiator Wins Best Truck at Ninth Annual Topless in Miami



Under sunny skies and perfect temperatures, the Southern Automotive Media Association (SAMA) held its 9th Annual "Topless in Miami Presented by Haartz" Convertible & Panoramic Sunroof Competition. Members awarded the all new 2020 Jeep Gladiator honors as the "Best Truck".

"Our members especially enjoyed driving the all-new 2020 Jeep Gladiator, which combines pickup truck and Jeep attributes along with the unique experience of open-air driving," said SAMA President Paul Borden. "The Jeep Gladiator offers great functionality, versatility and capability, making it the ultimate vehicle for any outdoor, open-air adventure."

The all-new 2020 Jeep Gladiator is touted as the most off-road capable…
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Introducing the All New 2020 Jeep Gladiator

Jeep has a long history in the United States. The brand started in 1940, in the early days of WW2. In 1947, Jeep launched its first pick-up truck: the Willy's Overland 4x4 truck. It featured the same "Go-Devil" engine that was made famous in the Willy's MB Jeep produced during WW2. Over 200,000 of these trucks had been produced. It came available as a pickup truck, platform stake truck, chassis cab or…

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What’s So Great About The 2018 Jeep Wrangler?

The Jeep Wrangler has a long history in the United States, dating back to WW2. The original Willys Jeep was a 60-horsepower engine with 105 foot-pounds of torque. Shortly after the war, the Civilian Jeep was released. Since then, only four generations of Jeep have been released. Throughout the Wrangler’s history, Jeep has kept a lot unchanged. With the fourth generation, released earlier this year, Jeep has stepped up the game and introduced us to a whole new set of options and upgrades for the JL (4th) generation. 


So, what else is new for the Wrangler this year…

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Heres What is so great about all new Jeep Wrangler


The Jeep Wrangler has a long history in the United States, dating back to WW2. The original Willys Jeep was a 60-horsepower engine with 105 foot-pounds of torque. Shortly after the war, the Civilian Jeep was released. Since then, only four generations of Jeep have been released. Throughout the Wrangler’s history, Jeep has kept a lot unchanged. With the fourth generation, released earlier this year, Jeep has stepped up the game and introduced us to a whole new set of options and upgrades for the JL (4th) generation. 


So, what else is new for the Wrangler this year…

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