The corporate half of the Cyanogen world might have seen better days, but the community-developer ROM is still going strong. They've recently released the CyanogenMod ROM to two new devices. The Huawei Honor 5X and ASUS ZenPad 8.0 have all been given initial nightly builds of CM 13 (based on Android 6.0 code), available to download and flash now.
Neither one of these devices is likely to break any sales records, but they're popular enough that plenty of owners should appreciate the work that's being put into alternative ROMs for them. Neither Huawei nor ASUS are particularly revered for their software - in fact, ASUS' skins and app additions tend to be the one sour note in their hardware offerings. That being the case, any user who's tired of the extra layer of interface and/or bloatware would do well to check out a custom ROM, so long as they're prepared to put in a little elbow grease.
Note that at the moment, only the Z380KL model of the ZenPad 8.0 is supported. Other variants might work, but haven't been tested. As always, nightly builds may be a little buggy - anyone relying on them for their "daily carry" device might want to reconsider. Download and flash the latest Gapps package if you also want the Google Play Store and other Google services.
There's now a nightly build available for the Redmi Note 3 available as well, under the codename "Kenzo."