Today (6-Jun-2020) edition of the Wall Street Journal has a glowing review by Dan Neil. A few choice quotes:
"Even setting aside the Y's brawny batteries and humma-hunka motors, this car is a little dreadnought of innovation."
"From behind the wheel, everything else in this category ... feel like a sluggish sloppy antique, a squawking modem trying to connect to the cloud."
"The endgame of petroleum will be a decade of dizzy, overtaxed turbo four-cylinders, cutting on and off at stoplights, shuddering like washing machines."
"Will legacy automakers ever catch up? It's debatable."