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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.
The trimSee full equipment
If you want your Ariya to come with all the bells and whistles, Evolve trim takes everything you get with Advance trim then adds a glass panoramic sunroof, adaptive high-beam assist, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, synthetic leather and suede seats, a head-up display and an upgraded Bose stereo with 10-speakers.
The engineSee full engine specs
The larger 87kWh battery is available with front or four-wheel drive. This is the front-wheel drive version and it looks to be nippy enough, with a 0-62mph time of 7.5 seconds.
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