I agree that the editing left a lot to be desired, but it is certainly a test worth running, as the different EV's do leave quite a different amount of range hidden (...below the table??).
The Kona range (and Niro) continue to impress in article after article (editing issues and all).
While I do enjoy my plus, I do think that its Kia and Hyundai which will be the force for Tesla to deal with on the budget end of the Model 3 spectrum. They offer superior range and I would argue similar amenities to the SR/SR+ at the price point. If EA and EVGO continue to build out quickly, the Supercharging advantage is significantly diminished. The remaining question is the availability on Kia/Hyundai's end.
On the premium end...there will by many competitors, which appear to be just now waking up. In spite of range issues, the iPace has been getting a number of good reviews. So if 200 miles meets your needs, it becomes all about style, handling, etc...
Nissan needs to up their game a bit. They have momentum sales from the early Leaf, and now a number of new market sales, but that window is limited. While I enjoy my Leaf, we have also had great experiences with Kias...so they were lucky the Niro wasn't available in Chicago yet.
2019 S Plus (97.98% SOH) & 2019 SV Plus (94.84% SOH) Both Silver
2013 Leaf SV sold 2019 with 11 bars
100 Mile Club Member (Number 87)
Max Miles on 13 Leaf: 120 miles
Max Miles on 19 SV+: 242 Highway miles @ 4.5 miles/kWh