I'm now at the end of a months-long search and I cross-shopped all of those except the Jeep and plus the Range Rover Velar (corporate cousin to the Jaguar F-Pace), for which I had a factory order before I tested the Nautilus last week.
The Nautilus is in a bit of an odd place in the crossover segment. I was looking for a little larger crossover (I currently have a 2016 Audi Q5) but didn't want that third row. The Volvo XC60 and X3 (and others) are smaller, the Q7 has a third row. The F-Pace is about the same size, but is performance tuned and is noisy and a bit of a rough ride. The Velar is also same size as the Nautilus and F-Pace and is gorgeous inside and out, has every technological whiz bang, and has a smooth and quiet but spirited ride with its V6 engine upgrade. But it is tens of thousands of dollars more expensive than the Nautilus and Land Rover (and Jaguar) have by far the worst reliability record of any auto manufacturer today. Their spiffy new infotainment system in particular continues to be very glitchy.
Now that I think of it, I didn't even look at the XT5. I'm not interested in giving GM any of my money. I figure I already gave them plenty of my tax money 10 years ago.