At a time where new vehicle prices continue to climb, even if just slightly every year, a price decrease is an event worth celebrating. Break out the champagne and party favors, as Jeep has announced 2024 Gladiator pricing, and it starts more than a grand less than the outgoing model year. That’s especially impressive when you consider that 2024 is a mid cycle refresh for the Gladiator, bringing more standard features to the nameplate.

The Gladiator Sport remains the point of entry, now starting at $39,790 with Jeep’s $1,895 destination charge attached, whereas the 2023 Gladiator Sport would net $40,885. From there, pricing isn’t a one-to-one comparison, as the ‘24 model year has brought a shakeup for the trim levels, but it’s mostly the same. Sport S is still the next level up, now starting at $43,290, down from the year prior’s $46,375.

2024 Jeep Gladiator Starts $1,095 Less than ‘23 Model; All Prices Detailed 1

With the Freedom Edition gone, the Willys is up next, now starting at $46,890, about $2,000 less than the 2023 model ($48,925). Rubicon, which previously started at $53,735, now begins at $54,890. Just like last year, Rubicon and Mojave trims share the same base price, so expect similar savings for 2024; however, this refresh does bring two new trims: The Rubicon X and Mojave X. These Gladiators, like their non-X versions, are priced identically, commanding range-topping prices of $64,890.

If some of this sounds familiar, that’s because the 2024 Gladiator follows a path similar to the 2024 Wrangler, also refreshed and offering many of the same trims, including the new Rubicon X. Some of the upgrades, like side curtain airbags for first and second rows, a 12.3-inch Uconnect 5 touchscreen, and a few more goodies that will vary between trims. As for the Gladiator specifically, the diesel powertrain has been discharged from service, with the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 taking its place as the standard offering. It’s paired up to a standard six-speed manual or an available eight-speed automatic.

If you’re interested in picking one up for yourself, you’re in luck. Examples are beginning to arrive at dealerships now.