I just configured my XC40 Recharge. I put the $1000 deposit down earlier this year. I may not consummate the deal after a test drive, but for now it's the only EV that fills the sweet spot for me combining high ground clearance and seating position, AWD, and small enough to fit in my garage and park in smaller spots where I go frequently, like Rancho San Antonio where parking is always tight. It is expensive, but its competitors are even more so (Jaguar I-Pace, BMWix3,Audi eTron, Tesla, etc.) as well as most being too big. The 208 EPA range doesn't bother me since I've only driven over 100 miles at one time once in the last 5 years and we have an ICE for that anyway.
My 2011 Leaf SL has only 33600 miles on it, but has the original battery (down 3 bars) and its practical freeway+climate control+music range is probably only 40 miles or so. Other than range, the only significant fault with the Leaf is the lack of a decent heater. Ever since the remote heating option disappeared, it's miserable starting up and driving for the first two miles in 30-40 degree weather. I can't even defrost the windshield for several minutes which means starting the car and sitting in the cold or leaving it running on the street while I go back inside. When 2G went away and Nissan devised the new widget to restore that function, I shelled out the money for it, but it never worked reliably and I eventually got my money back. Fortunately here in the Bay Area, winter weather is mild, so this isn't what I'd call a major problem. Still, I'm looking forward to a car with heated seats, a good sound system and all the modern safety and convenience features of a new high-end car.
2011 SL down to 9 capacity bars