I mentioned in another post that I am planning on trading in my 2015 200S AWD in about a year from now for a Jeep Cherokee, most likely the trailhawk. I love the thought of being able to drive on any road, smooth, rough, potholes, dirt, snow etc, without worrying that I am going to damage rims and tires as I do now. My only concern is the lose of power going from the well powered 3.6 liter Pentastar in my 200 to the 3.2 liter engine in the Cherokee. Which leads me to wonder why FCA would not use the 3.6 liter engine in the Cherokee and instead come up with a 3.2 liter. Would it not be cheaper for them to have just used the current engine they had and just tune it differently towards and SUV. This makes more sense to me since the 200 and the Cherokee share allot of the parts already. I believe the Cherokee is the only vehicle that uses the 3.2 liter in the FCA line-up.