Nissan Ariya 63kWh 2020 -

Specifications
  • 218hp
    Front Wheel Drive
  • 63kWh
    Usable capacity
  • 7.5sec
    0-62 mph
  • 216mi
    EPA range

Launch
Announced 2020, June
Status Available to order. Released 2022, Q4
Base price $ 45,950   € 47,500   £ 39,700  
Performance
Power FWD 218 hp (160 kW)
Torque 221 lb-ft (300 Nm)
Acceleration 7.5 sec 0-62 mph
Max speed 99 mph (160 km/h)
 
Battery
Capacity 63 kWh usable, 65 kWh total
Tech Liquid-cooled Li-ion
Range 216 mi EPA (251 mi WLTP)
Consumption 3.0 mi/kWh EPA (3.5 mi/kWh WLTP)
Recuperation Yes
Heat pump Yes
AC Charging Type 2 7.4 kW
DC Charging CCS 130 kW max, 10-80% in 30 min
 
Body
Type 5 door SUV, 5 seats
Platform CMF-EV
Dimensions 180.9 x 72.8 x 65.4 in (4595 x 1850 x 1660 mm)
Drag coef. 0.297 Cd
Wheelbase 109.3 in (2775 mm)
Clearance 7.3 in (185 mm)
Weight EU: 4365 lb unladen, 5509 lb gross
Suspension Front MacPherson struts, rear multi-link
Wheels R19, R20
Trunk EU: 16.5 ft³
Frunk No
Towing EU: 1653 lb unbraked, 1653 lb braked
 
Displays
Center 12.3" touchscreen
Driver's 12.3"
Head-up Yes, with augmented reality
Comfort
Seats Heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats
Roof Panoramic glass sunroof, tilt & slide
Parking aids Front and rear sensors, 360 camera, reversing camera, ProPilot autonomous parking
Connectivity Wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
Safety
Airbags Side airbags, front and rear, including head airbag system
Driving aids 5 radars, 7 cameras, 12 sensors. Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Prevention, Lane Departure Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Driver Attention Alert, Automatic front emergency braking with pedestrian & cyclist recognition and junction assist, Intelligent Around View Monitor, High Beam Assist, Forward Collision Warning, Rear Automatic Braking, Traffic Jam Pilot, Traffic Sign Recognition
Self driving
Crash tests NCAP 2022: 5 stars

Real world range

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User opinions and reviews

  • Anonymous

Just read the brochure for this car while waiting in a Nissan dealer for my XC40 Recharge to fill up (only fast charger in the city). Looks like a nice car!

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