Reservations open for the 2023 Nissan Ariya EV, prices start at $ 47,125 – .

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Reservations open for the 2023 Nissan Ariya EV, prices start at $ 47,125 – .


Ready to roll next fall.

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The 2023 Nissan Ariya arrives, and on Tuesday the automaker announced that reservations were officially open for the SUV as well as pricing. The cheapest way to get into an Ariya will cost buyers $ 47,125 after a destination charge of $ 1,175, but costs climb to just over $ 60,000 when opting for a higher model. range.

The trim layout for the Ariya is fairly straightforward with the Venture Plus trim serving as the base model, Ariya Evolve Plus as a mid-range option and the Platinum Plus as the top-of-the-range version. For those participating in the booking process, a special edition template is also available. It’s the Premiere finish, which won’t be sold at dealerships when Nissan starts stocking them with the electric vehicle next year. Every version except the Platinum Plus comes with an 87 kilowatt-hour battery with 238 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque. EPA estimates are not yet available, but Nissan believes it will do 300 miles on a charge. Front-wheel drive is the only option for these three versions.

For the Platinum Plus model, it gets a dual-motor setup to create all-wheel drive with the same battery. However, the additional engine delivers a total of 389 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque. However, more power from the same battery translates to Nissan’s estimated 265-mile range.

We don’t yet have full details on what comes with each trim in terms of features and comfort, but upgrade from the Venture Plus trim to the Evolve Plus and the price drops to $ 50,125 and Platinum Plus inches. at $ 60,125. Not so oddly, it’s almost the same price as an entry level Tesla model Y. As for the special Ariya Premiere trim, it starts at $ 54,625. We know this model has unique illuminated wheels, badges and skid plates.

If you’re ready to jump into an Ariya next year, the process seems pretty straightforward. All it takes is a refundable deposit of $ 500, and from there, customers select an EV certified Nissan dealer for delivery. All of this can be done online with the option to have the dealer delivered to a customer’s home, or if you’re feeling old-fashioned, pick it up at the local dealer instead. The first deliveries begin in early fall 2022, but the AWD models won’t be ready until late next fall.

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