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Nissan ARIYA: how it’s offering better value and more choice

Enhanced pricing and two new value-adding trim levels are making Nissan’s all-electric SUV more alluring than ever...

Nissan ARIYA driving on countryside road

Whether it’s technology, houses, cars or even groceries, it always seems like prices only ever go up. But now, the all-electric Nissan ARIYA is well and truly bucking the trend.

A new and enhanced pricing structure means that all variations of the Nissan ARIYA have been reduced by £3000 or more, while two new value-adding trim levels – Engage 2WD and Evolve+ – bring even more equipment as standard and help make the Nissan ARIYA better value for money.

Couple all this with timeless Japanese style inside and out, a wealth of intuitive connected technology, vast amounts of versatile family space, an electrifying driving experience and a range up of up 330 miles (WLTP)[1], and the Nissan ARIYA could be the perfect SUV to help you make the switch to electric.

Nissan ARIYA interior dashboard

More choice and even better value

Today, choice is more important than ever. We want products, services and experiences tailored exactly to our needs – and we want value for money while we’re at it. That’s where the Nissan ARIYA’s enhanced pricing structure and two new trim levels can help.

First, all existing 63kWh versions of the Nissan ARIYA have been reduced by £3000, while all 87kWh models have been reduced by £3750. This means that new entry-level Nissan ARIYA Engage 2WD models start from just £39,645.

Alongside a new price tag, Engage 2WD models sport the same timeless Japanese style that makes the Nissan ARIYA so stunning to look at, and also brings distinctive LED headlights, along with 19in alloy wheels with aero covers that will turn heads at the traffic lights.

Inside, Engage 2WD models offer a spacious lounge-like interior, intuitive technology and unique visual cues inspired by the traditional Japanese idea of Omotenashi: a level of hospitality that offers more than what's expected, only for you.

Up front, the curved dual-screen ‘monolith’ display uses two 12.3in HD touch screens that allow you to effortlessly swipe data between them, letting you prioritise the information most important to you, while the haptic buttons expertly crafted into the high-quality wood grain-effect dashboard make operating controls on the move easy and safe.

Apple CarPlay® and Android AutoTM[2] both come as standard, making connecting your smartphone, listening to your favourite infotainment, and making calls a total breeze, while Nissan’s virtual personal assistant means you can control certain in-car features without lifting a finger.

Safety features and driver aids are in abundance too: front and rear emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane assist and traffic sign recognition are just a handful of useful features that come as standard[3]. Further back in the cabin, the Nissan ARIYA offers up to 466 litres of versatile luggage space and plenty of room for five passengers.

In terms of range, Engage 2WD models equipped with the 87kWh battery pack offer up to 330 miles[1] on a full charge (WLTP), while rapid charging via a 130kW + CCS charger can get the battery from 20% to 80% in as little as 35 minutes[4].

The second of the two new trim levels is Evolve+, priced from £59,025. This range-topping Nissan ARIYA offers a wealth of intuitive tech and creature comforts as standard, such as an electric panoramic sunroof, heated and ventilated front seats, a crisp head-up display, a power-adjustable centre console and a high-fidelity 10-speaker Bose®[5] sound system, along with stunning 20-inch alloy wheels and Nappa Blue leather seat trim.

Evolve+ also offers a scintillating all-electric driving experience thanks to 394PS and 600Nm of instant torque, as well as confidence-inspiring e-4ORCE all-wheel drive that builds on decades of experience to use front and rear regenerative braking to mitigate pitch and dive through corners, as well as independent brake control at each wheel that offers enhanced all-weather traction. The result: 0-62mph in just 5.1 seconds and up to 310 miles of range (WLTP)[6].

So, with enhanced pricing across the entire range and two new value-adding trim levels, it's easy to see how the Nissan ARIYA could be the SUV to help you make the switch to electric driving.

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[1] Figures shown are indicative and shown for comparability purposes only. 330 miles range refers to the ARIYA 87kWh Engage 2WD model on a WLTP Combined Cycle. 251 miles range refers to the ARIYA 63kWh Engage 2WD model on a WLTP Combined Cycle. All derivatives are fully homologated against the standards of the Worldwide Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). 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] Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. Android is a trademark of Google LLC.

[3] ProPILOT Assist is available on a limited range of vehicles. ProPILOT Assist is an Advanced Driver Assist technology but cannot prevent collisions. ProPILOT Assist is intended for “Eyes on/ Hands On” for highways only (road separated by Barriers). It is the driver’s responsibility to stay alert, drive safely, apply speed limits and safe speed based on road conditions and remain in control of the vehicle at any time.

[4] Charging rate on the ARIYA 87kWh Engage 2WD. Charge time may vary depending on factors including charging conditions, battery, ambient temperature at point of use, and if battery safeguarding technology is activated

[5] Bose is a registered trademark of Bose Corporation.

[6] Figures shown are indicative and shown for comparability purposes only. 310 miles range refers to the ARIYA 87kWh Evolve+ model on a WLTP Combined Cycle. All derivatives are fully homologated against the standards of the Worldwide Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). 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

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