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Meet Nissan's electrified family

We explore the all-electric Nissan LEAF and Nissan ARIYA, along with the hybrid Nissan Qashqai...

Nissan electrified range

Nissan is part of the global drive towards e-mobility, thanks to its fast-growing range of versatile electrified cars. Spanning three models, Nissan's family includes the all-electric Nissan LEAF, the all-new Nissan ARIYA crossover, and the mild-hybrid Nissan Qashqai crossover.

Discover Nissan's electrified range

Nissan LEAF

And there's even more to come. An e-POWER version of the Nissan Qashqai – which combines electric vehicle technology with the convenience and familiarity of a petrol engine to bring instant acceleration, smoothness, and the quiet ride of an electric vehicle – is on the horizon, while the 100% electric Nissan Townstar van will hit markets later this year. Furthermore, an all-electric successor to the Nissan Micra has recently been announced, while an all-new EV crossover is set to be produced at Nissan's Sunderland facility, and the Nissan Juke will shortly welcome a new, smooth hybrid powertrain to its line-up.

With ample room for five and up to 435 litres of luggage space, the Nissan LEAF packs in more than many of its rivals, while range-topping e+ models boast 217PS, 340Nm of  torque and up to 239 miles on one charge (WLTP)[1].

Nissan ARIYA

Nissan's newest all-electric model, the Nissan ARIYA, combines sharp Japanese-inspired design, plenty of in-car tech, lounge-like interior and sports car-like credentials in one all-round practical family package.

In rear-wheel drive guise, the Nissan ARIYA offers up to 310 miles of range (WLTP)[1], while all-wheel drive e-4ORCE Performance models boast 394PS and 600Nm of torque. Stir that with rapid charging that can get you from 20%-80% charge in 35 minutes[2], five seats and up to 466 litres of boot space, and the all-new Nissan ARIYA crossover makes for a fun, stylish and versatile family car.

Nissan Qashqai

Launched in 2007, the Nissan Qashqai redefined the crossover sector with its blend of hatchback looks and SUV practicality. To date, over 5 million have been sold globally. Now, the all-new Nissan Qashqai is moving its game on once again with mild-hybrid technology. By mating a punchy 1.3-litre turbo engine to an efficient 12V electrical system[3], it offers greater fuel efficiency and lower emissions while sleek looks and up to 504 litres of versatile boot space make it a stylish family car.

So, across the Nissan LEAF, Nissan ARIYA, Nissan Qashqai and the plethora of future models, it's certain that there’s an electrified Nissan perfect for you.

Discover Nissan's electrified range

[1] ARIYA WLTP cycle pending official homologation in 2022. WLTP figures shown are for comparability purposes. Actual real-world driving results may vary depending on factors including the starting charge of the battery, accessories fitted after registration, weather conditions, driving styles and vehicle load.

[2] Indicated rapid charging time requires use of a CCS rapid charger and may vary depending on factors including charging conditions, battery, ambient temperature at point of use and if the battery safeguarding technology is activated. Visit to find out more.

[3] Compared to previous generation Qashqai.

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