Nissan Ariya

Key facts

Battery size: 63 kWh or 87 kWh
Electric driving range (WLTP): 250 miles
Real-world electric driving range*: 212 miles
Maximum rapid charging rate: 130 kW
Price: From £43,845

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Nissan Ariya 

Summary


Nissan was a pioneer with electric cars, launching the LEAF in 2010. We’ve also had the e-NV200 van, but there have been no new electric cars from the brand since then.

That has now changed with the new Nissan Ariya - an electric crossover. The Ariya is available with a 63kWh battery and front-wheel drive; an 87 kWh battery and front-wheel drive; or an 87kWh battery and ‘e-4ORCE’ all-wheel drive with dual electric motors. There are also two trim levels, Advance and Evolve.

When charging at a 130 kW rapid charger the Ariya 87 kWh can add up to 217 miles in 30 minutes. The Ariya has moved away from the CHAdeMO charging system of the Nissan LEAF and Nissan e-NV200 to the more universal CCS charging system.

Models with the larger 87kW battery offer up to 329 miles of range as well as a more powerful onboard 22 kW AC charger for non-rapid charging.

The two-wheel drive Ariya models have a towing capacity of 750kg, which increases to 1500kg for the all-wheel drive versions.

Drive modes include Sport, Eco and Snow, and the ARIYA features ProPILOT driver assist technologies. The interior features a power-sliding centre console in addition to the ability to adjust the position of the seats and steering wheel.

 

Trim levels


Advance
Evolve

 

Other facts & figures (Nissan Ariya 87 kWh)

Doors: 5
Seats: 5
Boot size: 466 litres
Kerb weight: 2089 kg
Towing weight: 750kg (1500 kg for all-wheel drive models)
Benefit in Kind (BIK) company car tax (2022/23): 2%
Insurance group: TBC
Power: 217 PS
Torque: 300 Nm
Max speed: 99 mph
0-62 mph: 7.6 seconds

* = Depends on driving style, weather etc
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