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Here are the prices of the 2023 Nissan Ariya electric SUV

Nissan made us wait long enough with its first electric SUV, theAriya 2023. We now know the Canadian prices, they are moving from $55,093 to $72,093.

More than 10 years after the Canadian launch of the LEAF, Nissan will offer for the first time a second electric offer in its range. While the electric SUV segment is booming, Nissan will be one of the next to hit the Canadian market in late fall 2022 for front-wheel drives, and early next year for AWDs.

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2023 Nissan Ariya (Japanese model shown)

The manufacturer reveals the list of versions as well as models that will be available from us. There will be two versions in terms of drivetrain, 214 horsepower traction or integral with e-4ORCE technology and 398 horsepower. In addition, we count on the possibility of two sizes of batteries; the smallest will have a capacity of 63 kilowatt hours, while the largest will offer 87 kilowatt hours. The figures will have to be confirmed during tests, but the manufacturer announces a maximum autonomy of 490 kilometers.

So here is the list of Canadian versions and prices for the 2023 Nissan Ariya. It is important to note that the prices displayed by Nissan Canada do not include freight and delivery charges of $2,095. Also note that some versions will be eligible for two government rebates totaling $12,000. A test drive will be available shortly on your favorite automotive content platform rpmweb.ca.

Conclusion

You will have to put the 2023 Nissan Ariya extensively tested, but Nissan has a product that looks serious on paper when it comes to capability. It does not push the limits of autonomy, nor does it present new technologies, but it is timely in a market where demand is increasingly strong. The only question that remains is whether production will be able to keep up with demand or if we are just adding another electric SUV to a long list of unavailable vehicles for the next 2-3 years. If Nissan wants to make its mark, there will have to be plenty of Ariyas.

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