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Nissan's electrified range: which works for you?

Nissan's expanded range of electrified vehicles gives you the choice to find your perfect fit...

Nissan's electrified range

Nissan has been powering electric innovation for 75 years. As a result, it now offers an expanded line-up of electrified vehicles spanning the renowned all-electric Nissan LEAF, the all-new 100% electric Nissan ARIYA, the iconic Nissan Juke hybrid and the innovative Nissan Qashqai e-POWER.

Each model offers a unique take on electrification, with the Juke hybrid and Qashqai e-POWER combining a petrol engine with an electric motor for the ultimate blend of flexibility and improved fuel efficiency[4] while the ARIYA and LEAF offer all-electric zero tailpipe emissions driving. Let's discover which model works for you.

Discover Nissan's electrified range


Nissan LEAF

Nissan LEAF

Entry-level 39kWh Nissan LEAF models offer an urban-friendly range of 168 miles (WLTP)[1] on one charge. Rapid charging makes life on-the-go a breeze, while clever regenerative braking and the seamless e-Pedal one-pedal driving mode help to make urban journeys safer and less stressful.


Nissan Juke hybrid

Nissan Juke hybrid

The new Nissan Juke hybrid blends an efficient 1.6-litre petrol engine – specifically designed to work within a hybrid system – to an electric motor. The result: a seamless hybrid unit that can run on 100% electric electric power at low speeds, then seamlessly combine the electric motor and the petrol engine for longer trips, offering maximum flexibility and up to 56.6mpg (WLTP combined)[1] .


Nissan Qashqai e-POWER

Nissan Qashqai e-POWER

The new Nissan Qashqai's e-POWER technology is a unique approach to electrification – using an electric motor to drive the wheels, while an efficient 1.5-litre petrol engine works with a 1.97kW battery to provide power. The result: EV driving feel with instant power, smooth linear acceleration, increased efficiency[3], reduced engine noise and 53.3mpg (WLTP combined)[1] – all without the need to plug in.


Nissan ARIYA

Nissan ARIYA

Offering up to 329 miles of range (WLTP)[1] in front-wheel-drive guise, the new Nissan ARIYA is perfect for long family trips and commuting alike, while rapid charging capabilities can see the ARIYA get from 20% to 80% charge in just 35 minutes[2]. Intelligent in-car infotainment and a lounge-like interior make the ARIYA cosseting, while five seats and up to 466 litres of boot space means there's plenty of room for all the family.

Discover Nissan's electrified range

QASHQAI N-CONNECTA & TEKNA E-POWER: LOW PHASE 55.4MPG (5.1L/100KM); MEDIUM PHASE 64.2MPG (4.4L/100KM); HIGH PHASE 60.1MPG (4.7L/100KM); EXTRA HIGH PHASE 43.5MPG (6.6L/100KM); COMBINED 53.3MPG (5.3L/100KM). CO2 EMISSIONS 120G/KM. JUKE TEKNA+ HYBRID: LOW PHASE 56.5MPG (5.0 L/100KM); MEDIUM PHASE 64.2MPG (4.4L/100KM); HIGH PHASE 62.8MPG (4.5L/100KM); EXTRA HIGH PHASE 47.9MPG (5.9L/100KM); COMBINED 56.5MPG (5.0L/100KM). CO2 EMISSIONS 114G/KM.

[1] Nissan Juke hybrid 56.5mpg on Tekna+ grade. Nissan Qashqai e-POWER 53.3mpg on N-Connecta & Tekna grades. Nissan ARIYA 329 mile range on Advance 87kWh 2WD version. WLTP figures shown are for comparability purposes. Actual real world driving results may vary depending on factors including weather conditions, driving styles, vehicle load, any accessories fitted after registration and the starting charge of the battery.

[2] Indicated rapid charging time requires use of a CCS 130kW rapid charger and may vary depending on factors including charging conditions, battery, and ambient temperature at point of use and if the battery safeguarding technology is activated. Visit nissan.co.uk to find out more.

[3] vs Qashqai mild hybrid equivalent model.

[4] vs a traditional combustion engine.