What Car? says...
We’re not entirely sure how an inanimate object can be ‘honourable’, but that’s the meaning of this electric SUV's name. The Nissan Ariya is the Japanese brand’s second proper electric car and its first new one for more than a decade.
We say ‘proper’ because we’re not counting the E-NV200 Combi – that’s effectively a van with windows. We are, however, counting the Nissan Leaf, which was responsible for revolutionising the electric car.
Read on and we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the Nissan Ariya, including what it’s like to drive, its range between charges and how quickly you can top up the battery when you’re running low. We’ll also run you through how the Ariya compares with its rivals for performance, practicality and interior quality.
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