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2020 Jeep Gladiator

With The Work Truck Show 2019 wrapped up, there wasn’t as much pickup trucks news this week in terms of volume, but … pssst: We drove the new 2020 Jeep Gladiator! We’re just not allowed to tell you how it drives just yet; you’ll have to wait until the end of March. For now, check out our quick preview of what’s to come from our drive time out in Northern California.

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Elon Musk also teased Tesla’s upcoming “cyberpunk truck” while he was revealing the new Model Y compact SUV. We’re not certain what part of the truck we saw, or how much overlap there is in the Venn diagram of “people into cyberpunk in 2019” and “pickup truck buyers,” but who knows? Maybe there’s some compelling demographic research to be had there.

In addition, the previous generation of the Chevrolet Silverado 3500 and GMC Sierra 3500 were part of a safety recall. Approximately 18,600 of the two trucks, from model year 2016-18 and equipped with gasoline engines and dual fuel tanks, are being recalled due to a fuel-level sensor issue that could cause a fire through an almost “Final Destination“-like chain of events. If you own one of those trucks, check out the recall alert linked below and don’t risk it.

Finally, we helped shoppers trying to figure out which 2019 Ford Ranger is right for their needs. Whether it’s a work-first truck, a tow rig, an off-roader or just the nicest Ranger you can buy, we’ve got it covered with how we’d equip each type of truck — and what it will cost.

You can catch up on everything PickupTrucks.com has covered since March 13 by following the links below:

Picking the Perfect 2019 Ford Ranger for Work, Towing, Off-Road and Comfort

2016-2018 Chevrolet Silverado 3500, GMC Sierra 3500: Recall Alert

Ride Along With Us in a 2020 Jeep Gladiator

Tesla Teases Electric Pickup Truck, the One Said to Be Unveiled This Year

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