192T is about 3700lbs dry, which you can estimate at about 4700 lbs loaded. Crossovers with 5000 lbs rating (current Explorer, Traverse, Acadia, etc) will not be enough for this trailer, since some of that rating would get used for passengers and cargo in the SUV.
A 2006-2010 V6 Explorer with towing package will have 5500 lbs capacity, which I would consider barely adequate. But that combination gets horrible gas mileage, towing or not, due to the 3.73 gearing.
If I were in your shoes, I would look at a V6 Durango, with the factory towing package. This has 6200 lbs towing capacity, which would be a good fit. If you want some room to grow, get the Hemi-V8.
If you want a larger SUV, look to the Ford Expedition, it has 6000 lbs standard towing, and 9000 with the HD towing package.
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