Nissan ARIYA

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Key specifications

Highlights
Electric
Engine Type
87 - 103
Combined MPGe
205 - 267 mi.
Range
10 - 14 hrs.
Level 2 Charging
Engine
221
SAE Net Torque @ RPM
214
SAE Net Horsepower @ RPM
Electric
Engine Type
Suspension
Multi-Link
Suspension Type - Rear (Cont.)
Strut
Suspension Type - Front (Cont.)
Multi-Link
Suspension Type - Rear
Strut
Suspension Type - Front
Weight & Capacity
N/A
Aux Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx
N/A
Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx
N/A
Maximum Trailering Capacity
N/A
Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
Safety
Standard
Lane Departure Warning
Standard
Stability Control
Standard
Backup Camera
Standard
Blind Spot Monitor
Entertainment
Standard
Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto®
Electrical
N/A
Maximum Alternator Capacity (amps)
N/A
Cold Cranking Amps @ 0° F (Primary)
Brakes
N/A
Drum - Rear (Yes or )
13 in
Rear Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
14 in
Front Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
Yes
Disc - Rear (Yes or )

Notable features

Nissan’s first electric compact SUV
All-electric powertrain
Standard- and long-range batteries
Five seats
Front- or all-wheel drive
304-mile max range (272 with AWD)

Engine

221 SAE Net Torque @ RPM
214 SAE Net Horsepower @ RPM
Electric Engine Type

Suspension

Multi-Link Suspension Type - Rear (Cont.)
Strut Suspension Type - Front (Cont.)
Multi-Link Suspension Type - Rear
Strut Suspension Type - Front

Weight & Capacity

N/A Aux Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx
N/A Fuel Tank Capacity, Approx
N/A Maximum Trailering Capacity
N/A Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
N/A Wt Distributing Hitch - Max Trailer Wt.
N/A Dead Weight Hitch - Max Tongue Wt.
N/A Dead Weight Hitch - Max Trailer Wt.
N/A Maximum Payload Capacity
N/A Curb Weight - Rear
N/A Curb Weight - Front
4,323 lbs Base Curb Weight
0 lbs Total Option Weight
N/A Curb Weight

Safety

Standard Lane Departure Warning
Standard Stability Control
Standard Backup Camera
Standard Blind Spot Monitor

Entertainment

Standard Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto®

Electrical

N/A Maximum Alternator Capacity (amps)
N/A Cold Cranking Amps @ 0° F (Primary)

Brakes

N/A Drum - Rear (Yes or )
13 in Rear Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
14 in Front Brake Rotor Diam x Thickness
Yes Disc - Rear (Yes or )
Yes Disc - Front (Yes or )
N/A Brake ABS System (Second Line)
4-Wheel Brake ABS System
4-Wheel Disc Brake Type

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Exterior Interior Video

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Factory Warranties

Basic
3 years / 36,000 miles
Corrosion
5 years
Powertrain
5 years / 60,000 miles
Battery
5 years / 60,000 miles
Maintenance
3 years / 36,000 miles
Roadside Assistance
3 years / 36,000 miles
2023 Report Card

Car Seat Safety

Latch
A
Infant
A
Rear-facing Convertible
A
Front-facing Convertible
B
Booster
A
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The good & the bad

The good

Natural-feeling regenerative brakes
Easy multimedia and climate controls
Available hands-free driving system
Comfortable ride
All-weather grip, strong acceleration with AWD

The bad

Standard 216 miles of driving range (205 with AWD)
So-so rear visibility
No one-pedal driving
No wireless Android Auto
Top trims are pricey

Consumer reviews

4.2 / 5
Based on 8 reviews
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Comfort 4.4
Interior 4.2
Performance 4.4
Value 4.1
Exterior 4.4
Reliability 4.1

Most recent

3.0

Great car but low battery range is a deal killer

The only problem is the range and difficulty traveling further than 90 mile trips. The range is not good enough compared to tesla. The range started at 210 but now shows 165. Range quickly goes down faster than actual mileage. I guess due to using a/c, radio etc. Other than that, car works great for daily commuting and errands....

1.0

do not buy

I leased a 2023 ariya with an estimated range of a 212 at a full charge now i have 7000 miles on it an the range showing 140 at a full charge i contacted Nissan and they say that that is normal and the range is only am estimate and is not accurate

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2023 Nissan ARIYA review: Our expert's take

By Jennifer Geiger

The verdict: After delays, and more delays, the 2023 Nissan Ariya is finally here with decent range, comfortable space and accessible tech. It’s worth the wait.

Against the competition: The Ariya’s modern, classy cabin, easy controls and high-tech driver assistance features are big wins, but standard range is on the low side. Also, those interested in the all-wheel-drive variant will have to wait until the spring of 2023. 

The Ariya is Nissan’s second all-electric vehicle after the Leaf, which debuted for model-year 2011. The Ariya is about the size of Nissan’s popular Rogue compact SUV but has a much different style. Its short hood, long sloping roofline and sharply creased body bring some visual drama, as do its diagonal headlights and giant face. It makes for a good look style-wise but hurts in terms of practicality: Its roofline, thick C-pillars and protruding rearview camera make it hard to see out of the back window.

The Ariya competes in a rapidly expanding compact EV space against the likes of the Chevrolet Bolt EUV, Ford Mustang Mach-E and Volkswagen ID.4; see those vehicles compared.

Related: Electric Vehicles: Understanding the Terminology

Power, Range and Charging Time

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The verdict: After delays, and more delays, the 2023 Nissan Ariya is finally here with decent range, comfortable space and accessible tech. It’s worth the wait.

Against the competition: The Ariya’s modern, classy cabin, easy controls and high-tech driver assistance features are big wins, but standard range is on the low side. Also, those interested in the all-wheel-drive variant will have to wait until the spring of 2023. 

The Ariya is Nissan’s second all-electric vehicle after the Leaf, which debuted for model-year 2011. The Ariya is about the size of Nissan’s popular Rogue compact SUV but has a much different style. Its short hood, long sloping roofline and sharply creased body bring some visual drama, as do its diagonal headlights and giant face. It makes for a good look style-wise but hurts in terms of practicality: Its roofline, thick C-pillars and protruding rearview camera make it hard to see out of the back window.

The Ariya competes in a rapidly expanding compact EV space against the likes of the Chevrolet Bolt EUV, Ford Mustang Mach-E and Volkswagen ID.4; see those vehicles compared.

Related: Electric Vehicles: Understanding the Terminology

Power, Range and Charging Time

Read more

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