Jeep needs a 3 row SUV badly. The GW has only been rumored for about a decade now (2011 was when I first recall hearing as the potential first model year of one). The GC also really needs a refresh now, with the way FCA's stepped up the interior game on the Ram 1500, the GC could easily be class-leading, and it - along with its LWB sibling, GW, would easily be the top 2 and 3 row full-size SUVs on the market. Do people really want a replacement for the XJ that are willing to buy new, that haven't already bought a JL? I mean, it feels like re-hashing the same stuff, but a 4 door Wrangler JL is a lot like an XJ Cherokee, except better in pretty much every way, including the available Diesel engine. It seems like that'd be a really niche market of people who haven't bought a JL for (excuse here) that would want an XJ. As for the smaller crossovers, I know Americans seem to really like eggs now, but I'm not a fan. You gain some ease of entrance, sure, but sacrifice handling, road noise, and fuel economy for it. You don't usually gain much more cargo room over a sedan either because all the egg-makers are trying to make fastback-styled rears, or don't have load-flat floors anyway. So it's not like you can put an appliance inside on its side like you could with a large SUV or van. Honestly, one of the reasons I got the Pacifica was because I liked the ride height and passenger volume, AND cargo volume, and if I was going to buy an egg, I might as well buy the best egg. Turns out I wish I had kept the GC, or gone with a sedan, since I almost never need the cargo or 7-passenger capacity, and I miss the Hemi or car-like handling (or both, like a Charger or 300 offer). And yes, the GC was my SUV of choice *BECAUSE* of the Hemi, I wouldn't have bought an SUV that didn't have one at the time, after leaving my Charger behind.