Wow, that list is pretty long. It can be shortened pretty quickly however as some of those models are not so reliable.
Acura RDX - Very reliable, especially 2015. Some 2016s have some electronics issues
Honda CR-V - Very reliable, really no issues developing in 2015 or 2016. Pretty amazing since it was redesigned in 2015.
Honda Pilot - 2016 was the redesign year. It has some minor transmission issues in 2015 (mostly rough shifting reported). A few report issues with climiate control, paint and trim, and electronics in 2015. In 2016, more issues with paint and trim appearance, more with electronics, and some with power equipment. Not as reliable as the two preceeding.
Chevy Traverse - 2015 the Climate Control system has some more serious issues. This was rectified in 2016 and that year there are not really any issues reported. While the 4 cylinder Hondas can go as far as 130,000 easily, the Traverse will tend to have problems around that point in time. So if you keep it 8 years and don't go beyond that, it should e fine.
Ford Edge - redesigned in 2015 and should be avoided. Issues with the engine, body integrity (squeaks and rattles), and in car electronics. In 2016 problems much reduced, but individuals still report some in car electronics concerns.
Lincoln MKX - 2015 a good car with some in car elctronics concerns, but 2016 should be avoided at all costs. It has fuel system problems, power equipment issues, and electronic issues. A few users have complained about paint and trim as well as squeaks and rattles as well.
Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Cherokee - both should be avoided. Tranmission, drive system, and electrical issues prevail on both models with a few other concerns. You don't want these if you want longitivity.
Lexus RX - probably the best of all the ones you listed in regards to reliablity. 2015 suffer from a few rattles and squeaks. 2016 a remodel year has electronics problems, but generally for a redesign is more reliable than usual because Toyota incorporates less new technology than its competition. For example, does not have Apple car-play or Android Auto - most of the competition listed above has had it for years, and does not cause any issues.
To add one car - Buick Envision 2016 - this car has been highly reliable as well since its launch. There have been some electrical issues but besides that fine. I actually bought one of these (2018) since my old car, a 2006 Saab 9-3 from GM with 170,000 miles died when a tree essentially ended its life. I have only had it for one month but I like it. Best of all I got a new one $13,000 off since they are moving to the 2019 model year just now (starting May 1) and they went from a six speed automatic transmission to a nine speed and a turn-off feature for the auto start/stop was added. That was pretty much it. It also with AWD is averaging between 24 and 27 mpg so it is getting decent gas mileage as well. Only 1100 miles so far but a nice mid-size SUV if you can find a new one with a huge discount on it.
Best of luck.