The Jeep Gladiator is the CSR2 FnF 9 Trials Prize Car of Season 149. Obviously the Jeep is one of the faster Cars in Tier 4.
Jeep Gladiator Specifications
The real Gladiator
The Jeep Gladiator is based on the platform of the new Wrangler, which itself celebrated its market launch in 2017, and shares its design and bodywork up to the B-pillar. But then the pickup extends to 5.54 meters in length (79 centimeters longer than the Wrangler) and offers a cargo area around 1.5 meters long.
The maximum payload is 725 kilograms, and the towing capacity is 3.75 tons. Customers have a choice of two bodies for the Gladiator (2021): Closed with hardtop and folding roof. The windshield can be folded down in typical Jeep fashion, and the aluminum doors can also be removed.
The engine for the Jeep Gladiator is a 3.0-liter V6 turbo diesel. Its technical specifications are 264 hp and 600 Newton meters of maximum torque. Power transmission is handled by the familiar eight-speed torque converter automatic transmission. Power is delivered – always, of course – by an all-wheel drive system with an electric limited-slip differential on the front and rear axles and an electronically decouplable anti-roll bar via 18-inch alloy wheels.
Meanwhile, the Sport trim sits on 17-inch wheels, while Overland, 80th Anniversary and Launch Edition ride on 18-inchers. Jeep specifies the fording depth at 76 centimeters. The Uconnect infotainment system in the Jeep Gladiator has a choice of a seven- or 8.4-inch screen.
The CSR2 Gladiator
The 5 purple star Jeep can fit 91 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Gladiator should run 10.176s. To sum up, the Jeep is one of the faster cars in Tier 4.
|FnF 9 Trials Prize Car||Season 149|
Jeep Gladiator tune and shift pattern
|Jeep Gladiator (FnF)|
|NOS||188 / 4.0|
|Tires||0 / 100|
|Wining shift pattern||Perfect start, immediately 2nd, deep good 3rd and NOS, rest perfect shifts|