Some will know how to drive it and use right and some will be rolling it the first month on the highwaysFCA and its dealers are probs wringing their hands right now trying to determine how much to sell these for. Pretty sure they are following threads and such to get an idea what potential buyers are willing to fork over. While some dealers are offering discounts on current models - the 392 will probs get full MSRP or more. So very good margins.
Should provide a nice injection of power and torque if you really need it. But seems more like a high speed desert runner vs slow speed rock crawler. The diesel or electric might be better with more clearance and better ratios for that. For our purposes a stock Rubi has just enough power and pull for our needs in the wet and snow. While pegged on dry it redlines just fine. Not 4.5 fast by any stretch but decent. Cost for us with 5K used bordered on cheap vs a lot more at MSRP. Just be careful not to roll the 392 doing something real silly.