Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Pennsylvania's North Shore
Test drive several GC models, compare it with what you subjectively feel with your Tahoe, see if it meets your needs. It will be your vehicle, and you must like the way it drives, handles, fits your lifestyle. There have been a few with problems. I've had mine over a month now with no problems. I came from a Buick Enclave, kind of the opposite direction than you, and I love it. Pick a dealer with a good service reputation, because any machine can break, and your dealer's service dept is your lifeline. It's your decision. It's a Jeep through and through, that reputation precedes itself. They go anywhere, through anything. The quality has gotten steadily better over the last several years. I'm sure now there will be posts arguing every point I've made. But you were asking for opinions, and you got mine. In the final analysis, yours will be the only opinion that matters. Get in a few and drive them, it's up to you.
Mine: 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V/6
Hers: 2017 Jeep Compass Latitude 4x4