New Nissan Ariya all electric crossover is on the way

Nissan’s new Ariya all-electric crossover will go on sale this summer with a starting price of €48,995.

Nissan Ireland says the new arrival is set to reaffirm its position as Ireland’s EV leader, and adds that the new car combines the pioneering EV, crossover, and performance expertise that has made the Nissan Leaf and Nissan Qashqai market leaders. It believes its arrival here is set to revolutionise the EV market in Ireland.

Building on Nissan boasts as EV pioneers, the new Ariya features outstanding Japanese inspired crossover design ,which is set to take the powerful performance and capabilities of zero-emissions vehicles to a new level.

It says it is designed to not only impress EV buyers, but also to also demonstrate Nissan’s commitment to meeting a growing demand for new electrified, autonomous and connected technologies.

Two battery options are available, a 63kWh battery that delivers a range of 402 kilometres, and an 87kWh battery that offers a range of 529 kilometres.

Nissan is launching the car with two grade options, featuring many of its innovative safety and infotainment features as standard.

Pricing will start for the entry grade 63 kWh Nissan Ariya Advance from €48,995 and range up to €66,995 for the top of the range 87kWh Ariya Evolve, inclusive of Government grants and exclusive of dealer delivery and related charges.

The Japanese carmaker says the Ariya is Nissan’s ultimate expression of style and technology. The model’s 100 per cent electric vehicle platform removed fundamental limitations and allowed designers to take new approaches to existing components. It adds that the new Ariya is the most technically advanced Nissan to date.

It has been specially designed to meet the needs of tech-savy customers and to be a partner in an increasingly connected world, offering seamless, personal assistance and responses. Wireless Apple Carplay, cabled Android Auto, a wireless phone charger and Intelligent personal assistance technology come as standard. Nissan’s Safety Shield System also comes as standard, including Intelligent 360° Around View Monitor, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Intelligent Driver Alertness, Intelligent Cruise control plus Lane Intervention, Intelligent Emergency Braking (pedestrian and cyclist detection, junction assist ), Rear Emergency Braking, and cross traffic alert technology.

Other standard features include ProPilot with Navi-Link and e-Pedal. ProPilot provides hands-on assistance to help drivers stay centred in lanes, navigate stop-and-go motorway traffic, and to maintain a set vehicle speed and distance to the vehicle ahead. e-Pedal, which is also available in the Nissan Leaf, allows drivers to launch, accelerate and decelerate using only the accelerator.

The interior of the new Nissan Ariya redefines how drivers interact with technology. The minimalist dashboard is devoid of the usual buttons and switches. Primary control functions vibrate when touched and only appear when the car is switched on.

The reimagined interior allows for an entirely flat floor, resulting in a wide, open lounge-like experience and the most spacious cabin in its class.

The top of the range 87 kWh Ariya Evolve comes with part PVC/synthentic suede seats, Intelligent Rear View Mirror, a Heads Up Display (HUD ), ProPILOT Park, ventilated (heat and cooled ) front seats, heated rear seats, power memory mirrors, power memory driver and passenger eight-way seats, a DAB and Bose 10-speaker sound system, and an openable panoramic sunroof.

Nissan Ireland says the new Ariya electric crossover is now available to pre-order at local Nissan dealers.


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