I “like” all three in their different ways.
Each has a few downsides, when compared to my current Kona (Ultimate) - but I strongly agree that that is possibly the best “value” car on the entire Onto fleet and packs in a considerable bang-for-your-buck.
I actually prepared quite a long comparative review, which I never published.
The top three points on each:
Citroën ë-C4: comfort, comfort, quiet cabin
Peugeot e2008: practical, design, competent driving/handling
Vauxhall Mokka-e: design, handling, driving experience
All have good tech, and their share of quirks. But jury’s still out on which I might want to live with for, say, 4 months. Each benefits from being a shade cheaper than the Kona, and I’m going to let that practicality sink in and one day will make a complete snap, and possibly random, decision!
(Unless something more attractive comes up first - and I could still be tempted by ID3, because my gut feel is that looking past the software and controls quirkiness it will be a pretty big step in driving/handling above either Mokky or Pug.)
It’s all very, very subjective. None intrinsically “bad”. YMMV.