They're like Trail Rated, but ready to tackle the desert. The Mojave has Fox 2.5-inch internal bypass shocks, all-terrain tires, and distinguishing orange accents.
I think the article mentions you can make the hood scoop functional. Unless I misunderstood.Better towing than a ZR2, no more 4:1 transfer case, rear locker in high range, fancy shocks / bump stops. Seems like a solid offering to me. I do wish they had not chosen a fake hood scoop as the way to provide styling differentiation though. I suspect people will stuff mini light bars in there.
Looks-wise, Gladiator Mojave gets a bespoke hood with a scoop that comes blocked off from the factory (though it can be opened by the owner, if they so desire).
Maybe. It'll come down to the price difference. That's a very common home bolted configuration, so it should be easy to compare.I still imagine that most "legit" owners won't buy it cause its factory. There is significant cred to be had for "building" your own rig it seems. Though I personally see the value in a well designed rig with factory support.