I have 1997 Jeep Cherokee Sport....4.0 liter inline 6... 4X4....I t has 140,000 miles on it and I know these motors will go forever.... My problem lies I believe in the size of the vehicle... My Coleman Bayside weighs more than it does...I am able to pull it fine....the torquey little 6 has no issues..just seems like it's an ant pulling a mountain My delima: I have been pondering the idea of getting a fullsize vehicle and trading in my Jeep... I have found a 1996 Chevrolet Tahoe V8 5.7 liter 4X4 with 135,000 miles on it....( all the amenities my jeep does not have)(ie power windows, door locks, leather, etc) I want to do this to get rid of any PUP pulling issues.. I be live this vehicle would be a good investment for towing the PUP and maybe an upgrade further down the road... But my Jeep is so immaculate and special to me in a way (paid off)... I have spent many hours upgrading and getting her right.... I have installed a bang up stereo and front door aftermarket power locks and a remote start.. and just did get her wired for 7pin and brake controller So do I let her go and look beyond? And start a new vehicle project or do I take my chances and let the ant pull the mountain Maybe going tomorrow to see about trade in options... see what I mean?