2023 Nissan Ariya

2023 Nissan Ariya.

2023 nissan aria nissan is expanding its line of electric vehicles with the 2023 aria suv which will go on sale in the u.s in fall 2022. the aria will join the leaf hatchback in the nissan showroom and will offer up to 300 miles of driving range which beats the lease maximum of 226. the aria’s design represents a shift from the current sharp angular line seen

On many of nissan’s vehicles the low wide stance of the aria differentiates it from the rogue and gives it a sportier look different battery sizes will be offered a 63.0-kwh battery is standard and a larger 87.0-kwh pack is optional as well as either front or all-wheel drive a host of driver assistance features infotainment tech and convenience items will

Be included here helping the 2022 aria compete with similarly sized ev crossovers such as the tesla model y and hyundai kona electric what’s new for 2023 the aria is an all-new vehicle for nissan it features nissan’s new semi-autonomous driving system pro pilot 2.0 which debuted on the japanese market nissan skyline sedan the aria is said to deliver up to 300

Miles of driving range but only when equipped with the optional dual front rear motor drive configuration and the larger 87.0-kwh battery pack the aria is 44 485 starting price puts it above the leaf and other affordable evs but under the base price of the model y but that entry-level engage model comes with a smaller battery pack and a lower 216-mile estimated

Driving range where of the mindset that to successfully switch from gasoline to electricity range is key so we’d go with the venture plus trim which boasts the longest driving range among the aria’s four trim levels at 304 miles per charge unlike the leaf which comes only with front-wheel drive nissan is pulling from features developed in other cars including the

Gtr sports cars torque split system to offer optional all-wheel drive via a dual front rear electric motor configuration front-wheel drive models offer a claimed 0 to 60 mph time of 7.2 seconds according to nissan so if you’re looking for more pep consider the more powerful all-wheel drive aria which is significantly faster we estimate that model will zip from

0 to 60 miles per hour in less than 5.0 seconds a feat that is similar to higher end electric vehicles from what we’ve experienced so far the aria provides a calm stable ride that should please most buyers but it lacks the sporty nature we driving enthusiasts prefer when we get a chance to test the aria for ourselves and evaluate its handling in the real world

We’ll update this story with details nissan says the venture plus offers up to 304 miles of driving range per charge which is quite the step up from the leaf’s maximum range of 226 miles the evolve plus and premiere models offer up to 285 miles per charge and the top spec platinum plus is supposedly good for up to 265. going with the base engage trim requires

Compromising on range due to that model’s smaller battery pack which is rated for only 216 miles per charge the aria will be capable of charging at home on 110 or 240 volt outlets as well as at public charging stations and even dc fast charging ports epa fuel economy estimates aren’t yet available for the aria nor has nissan released any claimed mpj figures

When the aria gets closer to launch that information will likely be available we also hope to test the aria ourselves on our 200-mile highway route which allows us to evaluate its real-world efficiency for more information about the aria’s fuel economy visit the epa’s website

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