About a month and a half ago, we traded our 2018 Dodge Challenger Scat Pack in on a 2020 Jeep Gladiator. We’ve had many Jeeps in the past and have been very pleased with them. We also have a 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee. One of my biggest regrets was getting rid of my 2001 Wrangler when I traded it in on 2004 Pontiac GTO back in the day. I loved the GTO, but I really missed the Wrangler. I knew that one day I’d have another. When it was announced that Jeep would be releasing the new Gladiator last year, Lenora and I were both excited, but we knew we’d have to wait a year or so for the “newness” to wear off and the prices lowered. With winter approaching, I knew that I’d eventually have some issues with the Challenger and would have to rely on somebody else to get me to work, so I started looking at the Gladiator and Wrangler again. Our local Dodge/Jeep dealership had just gotten this Gladiator in and I really loved the color, it matches our Grand Cherokee. So, by the end of the day, the deal was done and we drove her home. Yes, her. All of my vehicles have been given female names. I’m thinking this one will be named Gladys. No big mods planned, I did add the Overland and Army star vinyl, replaced the stock whip antenna with a short and stubby and I’d eventually like to get some beefier tires. We’ll just have to see what falls into place. But after a month and a half of driving it, I don’t regret my decision at all.