The correct phrase without being ego-centric is "Thanks for confirming what we were all saying all along".
Don't agree? Post the stuff where we disagreed. 4-high wheel spinning on hill is about it - and you proved for me that does indeed happen. So again, thank YOU for proving the only point in this entire thread where there was an inkling of disagreement.
The other part about the entire issue not being engine specific either. The turbo doesn't have more torque than the V6 down low which was confirmed by someone who actually owns a turbo engineMy theroy: @Tyler-98-W68 is absolutely right about torque. The 2.0L Turbo gets a lower overall gearing (3.734 regardless of trim, just like the 2.4L) vs the 3.2L (3.251 w/o tow package, or 3.517 (w/tow package or Trailhawk). On top of that, the 2.0L Turbo has more torque and a flatter curve at the low end (Torque 295 lb.-ft. @ 3,000 - 4,500 rpm; 3.2: Torque 239 lb.-ft. @ 4,400 rpm). I believe the torque is overcoming any BLD issues.
Now, based on the answer to number one, the 2.0L doesn't make more torque than the 3.2 until around 2,700 rpm. If you floor the engine with the brakes on, it won't go above 2,700 rpm, therefore, the 2.0L will make less torque than the 3.2 if all the wheels are clamped on by the brakes