To be honest, I've wanted a Trailhawk since I first saw them in 2014 but over the years, I kept seeing so many negative reports on the transmissions, transfer cases, etc. so I put it out of my mind.
5 years later, I now own one after more research and I don't regret my decision. Lane departure assist, park assist (parallel & perpendicular), adaptive cruise, collision warning, heated leather seats and steering wheel, nav... essentially loaded.We bought it used mid 2019 after I was t-boned and our previous vehicle was written off.
The 3.2 liter is surprisingly peppy for a crossover (obviously it's not a sports car). Plenty of room for the wife and I when we go camping in the foothills. If we decide to buy a trailer in the future, having a 4,500 lb tow rated tow package will handle most types of travel trailers.
For all the bells and whistles (more than we need really) it has made driving relaxing. Adaptive cruise is probably our favourite feature when heading to the Rockies.
The Trailhawk provides a few advantages for those that like to wander off the pavement. Mild factory lift, skid plates, rear diff lock and a low range transfer case, makes for a trail worthy ride. Especially with hill descent control.
If you can find one below market, get it, especially if it has been properly maintained.