We researched the JGC, Buick Enclave and the Ford Edge pretty well. Ended up with the Edge because it is well within our 5000# hitch limit. If weight is a factor you've really got to watch the JGC. Salesmen generally know little about what they are selling and for sure don't know about weights. they look at curb weight and say "look, you're good to go". Problem is, the curb weight does not include all those options we all like. That JGC showing a curb weight of 4400# plus is a two wheel drive V6 with nothing on it. We really loved the Overland especially the hemi and it has very few options that aren't already standard. But, by the time you get the hemi and a few goodies and the skid plates which are not standard on the Overland per our dealer, you're up to 5300 pounds plus.
When you are close to your maximum allowable, you've got to get the one you want on a scale. We found an Enclave AWD optioned like we wanted and it was 4950 with 1/4 tank of gas. Borderline for us. Anyhow, our Edge is about 4500 and about 500# less than our other choices which is important with a gasser.
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