Problem one is that they’ve offered four engines since 2013.
A naturally aspirated 3.5 V6
The Ecopoop (Twin turbo) 3.5 V6 with 365 HP (AWD Standard)
A 3.7 V6 producing 305 HP (AWD
And the new 2.0 Ecopoop with 240 HP (FWD only)
One of the major reasons the CVPI worked so well was because of the simple, cheap and effective design of both the body and the engine. Ford has already face lifted the Explorer utility and probably going to be phasing out one engine (3.5 NA.) The CVPI was built to last years and Ford making major changes every couple years isn’t making it easy for the new Interceptors to live up to the void the CVPI left.