The jist of what I got, was that the conversion from electrical to petrol, is annoying, especially in slow traffic it's very jerky. Secondly the ride is stiff, thirdly the lack of spare tire is a major concern in this country.
Lastly, it lacks electrical and mechanical support, well this I believe is probably been taken care of.
These are proper concerns for many people.
As for the positives, it's a crossover, and they say it's robust.
As for the range is concerned, Prius 4th gen could be in range, if that is an option, I would pick that over a vezel with my eyes closed, that is an amazing machine.
And one more thing, a car and crossover are two completely different things, drive and feel both. And opt for one which appeals more to you, it doesn't matter what everyone says because at the end, it's you who has to drive it, not everyone else