- Nissan has released pricing and additional specifications for the 2023 Ariya EV crossover.
- It starts at $44,485 for the base model with front-wheel drive and a claimed range of 216 miles.
- Deliveries of the front-wheel drive will begin in November, and the four-wheel drive will follow later.
UPDATE 9/28/22: Nissan has released full pricing for the 2023 Ariya electric crossover, including front- and all-wheel-drive models and versions equipped with both base and extended battery packs. We’ve updated this story with the latest pricing and range estimates; those who pre-booked certain trims that were available for pre-order received a discount and will pay $1,240 less than the prices listed here.
Delivery of new 2023 Nissan Ariya they are slated to launch soon, and Nissan has released pricing and shared additional specs for this new electric crossover model. The Aria starts at $44,485 for the base front-wheel-drive Engage, while the loaded all-wheel-drive Platinum model costs $61,485. EPA range estimates for the front-wheel-drive version start at 216 miles for the base battery, while the range-extended battery achieves range ratings of 289 miles to 304 miles, depending on trim.
Besides the base trim, which makes 214 horsepower, other front-wheel-drive Ariya models include the Venture ($48,485), Evolve+ ($51,485), Empower+ ($54,985) and Premiere ($54,625). They have a single-motor setup with 238 horsepower and 221 lb-ft of torque, while the more expensive e-4orce versions have a twin-motor setup with all-wheel drive with 389 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque. Nissan claims a 0-60 mph time of 7.2 seconds for the front-wheel-drive model and 4.9 seconds for the all-wheel-drive model.
Initial deliveries will be an extended-range battery with a useful capacity of 87.0 kWh, and a base battery with a capacity of 63.0 kWh will arrive later. The FWD Venture+ claims the highest EPA range estimate of 304 miles, while the Evolve+ and Premiere+ claim 289 miles. The more powerful AWD Ariya Platinum doesn’t have an EPA rating yet, but Nissan estimates it will get 265 miles.
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This story was originally published on November 17, 2021.
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