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Cherokee Trail Hawk 2.0 vs 3.2

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Hey Everyone,

My mom is interested in ordering a Trail Hawk is the 2.0 Turbo available in a Trail Hawk. If so, what is everyone’s thoughts In the 2.0 vs the 3.2?
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2.0L Turbo no longer available in the TrailHawk in the US. Shame, I have a 2019 with the 2.0L and love it!

2022's still aren't on the Jeep.com web, but I doubt the 2.0L Turbo will be available in the TrailHawk trim. Might ask your dealer way they know.
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For those of us who tow trailers you should be aware that the 2.0T is not available with the towing package. For me that's a deal breaker. Adding a U-Haul hitch and wiring harness ain't an option for me. I want the transmission cooler and integrated hitch.
What makes you think that?? Every tirm offered by Jeep from 2019 (1st year of 2.0L Turbo) through 2022 offers the towing package with the 2.0L.

Towing capacity is reduced in the 2.0L Turbo to 4,000 lbs (US model) as opposed to 4,500 lbs, but it still comes completely prepped to tow.

Also, you can get the ADII version of ANY model without the towing package, upgrade it with the factory hitch and dealer reflash and have the full towing capacity officially added to your specs. Several on this forum had it done.
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I was told this by my dealer. If this is wrong I apologize.
No problem! Many stories about the dealer giving incorrect information. It might be the dealer can't (or won't) order one right now, but that's a lot different than not being available.

Sometimes dealers can arrange a transfer from another dealer to get the exact car you want. I see several 2021 models with the 2.0L and towing package for sale online. Don't know if dealers are taking 2022 orders yet, but there are several 2022 2.0L and 3.2L models for sale online now too.
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You're not going to find a new Trailhawk with a 2.0T though...😎
au contraire mon ami!

OK. Not named a "Trailhawk", and "Cherokee" losses something in translation. But China makes its own Jeep-licensed vehicles. The Cherokee is called the "Free Light" (at least that's how it translates), and the Trailhawk is called the "2.0T four-wheel drive high-performance flagship version" (personally, I like "Trailhawk" better). Among other things, it has the Rock mode and locking rear differential, so it's a Trailhawk - albeit by a different name. It does have the "Cherokee" badging.

If you are a bit rusty in reading Mandarin, you can turn on the translator to see the specs near the bottom of the page. Looks an awful lot like my Trailhawk Elite!

Yeah, I had to dig deep for that one.
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