As with the Leaf (which has no active cooling), I would double check if the Hyundai Kona BEV has good enough traction battery cooling. I only ask because the Hyundai Iconiq BEV uses cabin air like the Kia Soul EV which is not doing well in hot climates, but the Iconiq does have a non-transferable lifetime battery warranty. I am currently unfamiliar with the Kona BEV but suspect it is cooled the same as the Iconiq and most likely has the same lifetime battery warranty. If it has the same non-transferable battery warranty, expect the car to depreciate hard in the secondary market. Now I have to go educate myself on the specifics of the Kona!
*2011 Leaf 1 bought 2/28/15 @ 28,000ish mi 10 bar (8 bars @ 11/25/15 @ 37,453 ) (New lizard @ 39,275 mi @ 1/20/2016) Now 52,166 mi.
*Tesla Model S 61,000 mi
*2011 Leaf 2 bought 4/28/15 @ 24,000ish mi 12 bar (new lizard Dec. 2014 @ 22,273 mi) Now 35,485 mi