I currently have a Hyundai Kona that I am evaluating. I also have a 2018 LEAF Plus coming next Friday, followed by a Kia Niro. I'm behind on publishing by road tests, but will have all three up by the end of the month. Here is a photo of the Kona Ultimate EV along with a Nexo fuel cell that I had the week before.
The short summary is: The Kona returned a full charge mileage of 257 miles during a 70-75 mph trip and is returning 4-4.3 Miles/kWh. Overall the biggest issue that I have encountered with the Kona is the extremely loud road noise from the tires. The Korean Nexen LRR tires had been inflated to 44 psi, but even when I lowered them to 36, they were still much louder than Michelin or Bridgestone LLR tires especially in the rear. Part of the issue is that the rear wheel liners are hard plastic instead of the fiber liners like on the LEAF.
The version that I have is the Ultimate, and it has an MSRP of $45,830, which places it in the same price range as other luxury CUVs like the Lexus UX.
Otherwise, performance is awesome, and the little HUD screen (like on Mazdas) is a great feature. Of course the Kona is a CUV about the size inside of a eGolf, or Lexus UX, much smaller than the interior of the LEAF.