In order to introduce a new entry-level specification, Nissan cut the price of the Ariya EV. The electric SUV now starts at £39,645. The price of Nissan’s second and flagship EV drops below £40,000 for the first time.
This new pricing, combined with new trim grades, was introduced to make the model “more competitive and accessible.” Previously, the Ariya started at £46,145.
There has been a reduction of £3,000 on all existing 63kWh Ariya derivatives and a reduction of £3,750 on all existing 87kWh derivatives. This price difference between the 63kWh and 87kWh batteries has fallen to £5,000.