I moved from an Ioniq Electric to the Model 3. It was a great car. Lane keep was a bit iffy and I rarely used it. Every other feature was superb.Driven the Ioniq 5. Sat in the EV6. Both are definitely SUVs (or crossovers or whatever daft name being used this month - CUV!). Both have elevated driving positions and ride height.
They’re cars and they’re electric. That’s pretty much all they have in common with the 3.
The Hyundai Ioniq (original) is a great Model 3 alternative, although it regularly gets ignored. We own one. It’s great.
It was only ever let down by range. The heater and air con made a big dent. In winter, the 122 mile range was easily whittled down to under a hundred miles. The final straw for me was a 70 mile round trip on a particularly cold day with the heater on the whole time. I arrived home with 12 miles left out of 121. I never had a single issue other than that.