UK: Nissan ARIYA with Enhanced Accessibility and Expanded Options

Nissan has made some important updates to its ARIYA range, making it more inclusive and varied than ever before. Starting immediately, the entire range will undergo price adjustments. Additionally, two new grades, Engage and Evolve+, will be introduced to the lineup. The ARIYA Engage 2WD is now available with either a 63kWh or 87kWh battery, making it a more affordable option. The ARIYA Evolve+ is a new high-end e-4ORCE model that provides almost 30% more power and faster acceleration.

Why It Matters

Starting August 1, 2023, ARIYA’s pricing will be updated to offer customers a more competitive option. With two new grades and revised pricing, ARIYA’s lineup provides both accessibility and excitement for those looking to switch to electric cars. All current 63kWh ARIYA models will be discounted by £3,000, while all 87kWh variants will be discounted by £3,750. This means that the price difference between the 63kWh and 87kWh batteries is now only £5,000. Prices for the lineup now start at £39,645, with the top-spec ARIYA available from £59,025.

Key Points

  • The ARIYA Engage 2WD is available in 63kWh and 87kWh battery sizes, offered at a new entry price of £39,645.
  • Evolve+ is a new top-of-the-range e-4ORCE derivative, priced from £59,025. This grade offers the highest power output of the ARIYA line-up with 394PS (388 HP) and faster acceleration.
  • The Engage variant balances ride comfort and handling agility, boasting features like LED headlamps, heated mirrors, and 19-inch alloy wheels.
  • The Evolve+ variant offers an output of 394PS (388HP) and 600 Nm of torque, enabling it to go from 0-62mph in just 5.1 seconds, while still offering 310 miles of range.

Bottom Line

Nissan is striving to make electric vehicles (EVs) more accessible through its electrification strategy. This includes the addition of a new entry-level model and a top-spec variant, as well as improved pricing, all of which contribute to a more attractive customer proposition in terms of both cost and performance. With these updates, the ARIYA range is now more accessible than ever before, offering customers a wider range of options and solidifying its position as an important part of Nissan’s lineup.


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