2023 Nissan Ariya Prices Announced for All Trim Levels

 |  |  |  |  September 29, 2022

by Paul Strauss
2023 Nissan Ariya Prices Announced for All Trim Levels

Nissan’s battery electric crossover is coming out for the 2023 model year, and we now know how much it will cost. The base model of the Ariya will start at $43,190. That’s the front-wheel drive model with the smaller 63 kWh battery pack.

There are several grades of Ariya coming to market, with the top-end models packing all-wheel drive and a larger 87 kWh battery pack. Horsepower output ranges from 214 to 389, depending on the model. FWD Ariyas, with the larger battery pack make 238 horsepower and 221 lb-ft. of torque, while the AWD models offer more zip with up to 389 horses and 442 lb-ft. of torque. Driving range starts at 216 miles for vehicles with the smaller battery pack, with a top range of 304 miles for the Venture+ FWD model. Expect slightly less range for the AWD and higher trim models due to their higher weight.

The front-wheel drive model comes in five trims, with all but one carrying the larger battery pack. The all-wheel driver version comes in four combinations of trim and battery size. The all-wheel drive version is coined “e-4ORCE,” which I really want to pronounce “e-four-orce.” Trim levels include names like “Engage,” “Venture+,” “Evolve+,” “Empower+,” along with the more conventional “Premiere” and “Platinum+” with base prices as follows:

Engage FWD

63 kWh battery

$43,190

Venture+ FWD

87 kWh battery

$47,190

Evolve+ FWD

87 kWh battery

$50,190

Empower+ FWD

87 kWh battery

$53,690

Premiere FWD

87 kWh battery

$54,690

Engage e-4ORCE

63 kWh battery

$47,190

Engage+ e-4ORCE

87 kWh battery

$51,190

Evolve+ e-4ORCE

87 kWh battery

$54,190

Platinum+ e-4ORCE

87 kWh battery

$60,190

Unfortunately, it looks like the reservation list for the initial batch of Ariyas has already closed, but you can keep your eye out on the Nissan website if you’re interested in buying one down the road. The first Ariyas will start arriving later this year, with the front-wheel drive Ariyas coming first.

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