Earlier today I showed my dad the new Jeep Renegade. He actually liked the thing, shockingly, as he usually hates small hatchbacks. He only had one complaint though, and that was the engine. "1.4 liters is too small, even 2.4 is too small." he said. He's stuck in the mentality of no replacement for displacement when it comes to engines. Just like every American automaker thought in the 60s and 70s, nothing beats a big engine. He thinks that 160 or even 184 horsepower isn't enough. "A 3.0 liter V6 with about 220 horsepower would be perfect." I could agree with the power output, but a 3 liter V6? Talk about some added weight to the front end. A turbo on the 2.4 would be good enough I think. I've tried many times to tell him that not everything needs a lot of power or a big engine but he refuses to listen. Stubborn old man.