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As Nissan’s first electric SUV, the Ariya is a solid effort. It’s easy to drive, the interior is spacious and the quality impressive, and the strong residual values should make it a tempting choice on PCP finance. It’s just a shame that the boot isn’t all that big and that some rivals have longer ranges and the ability to charge up more quickly.
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We reckon this entry-level trim is all you could ever need because it’s packed with standard equipment that includes 19in alloy wheels, full LED lights, a heated front windscreen, an electronic tailgate, automatic dual-zone climate control, a heat pump, heated front seats, ProPilot autonomous driving, front and rear parking sensors, a 360-degree camera, auto-parking ability, a 12.3in digital driver display, a 12.3in touchscreen infotainment system with DAB radio, built-in sat nav, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone mirroring and Amazon Alexa/Google integration and wireless phone-charging.
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Not especially rapid by electric car standards, but this entry-level front wheel drive version of the Ariya is more than brisk enough. It can do 0-62mph in around 7.5 seconds and has an official range of up to 251 miles.
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