Range & Charging: The possibilities are electric

Through constant innovation, the Nissan ARIYA is challenging convention. It's more than just an electric car. It's a whole new way to drive.

Build something that takes your breath away.


Nissan ARIYA overhead view cornering in a scenic environment

Start with the perfect fit.

With a line-up based on different combinations of battery, motor and driven wheels, there is a Nissan ARIYA tailored for every driver. Discover which version is best for you.

Keep the energy high and the expectations higher. Explore up to 329 miles on a single charge.¹


Nissan Aryia Home charging type 2

Home charging

With a dedicated 240-volt wall charger, plug into the easy life and wave goodbye to the gas pump. Plug your Nissan ARIYA directly into a standard domestic wall socket for regular charging, wherever you may be, or plug in to a professionally installed Nissan 7.4kW  or 22kW AC Charger [4] at home to charge your ARIYA to 100% overnight.

Quick charge and go

Plug into a 480V CCS2 rapid charger (DC 130kW) at more than 8,000 locations across Europe and get up to 80% charge in around 35 minutes.

Ariya 63 kWh 
20% to 80% in about 35 minutes

Ariya 87 kWh 
20% to 80% in about 40 minutes

Above charging speeds and times are dependant on various factors such as battery temperature. See below for more detail [5]

Nissan ARIYA smartphone displaying charging information

Charging smart

Schedule home charging from your smartphone where available and choose times when electricity costs are lower.

Every Nissan ARIYA comes with perks — zero tailpipe emissions are just the beginning.


Nissan ARIYA charging at home in carport

Lower Maintenance Costs

Because an EV has fewer moving parts than an ICE car, you can avoid regularly replacing costly service components.

Additional Saving

As a pure electric crossover, ARIYA benefits from additional savings; from low Benefit in Kind rates to road tax exemption and congestion charge waivers.3

Frequently Asked Questions

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Images and descriptions shown are for guidance purposes. In some instances photos are of non-UK specification vehicles and do not represent a specific model, grade or offer. The features shown may not be available or may not be available as standard or only as option.  

Figures quoted are for 63 kWh and 87 kWh batteries. Charging speed and time is dependent on various conditions, including charger type and condition, battery temperature as well as ambient temperature at the point of use. In cold climates, the use of on-board battery heating may be required to specifically improve quick charging speeds. Indicated quick charging time requires use of a CCS 2 quick charger (DC 130kW). The Nissan ARIYA is equipped with charging safeguards to protect the battery during repeated quick charging sessions in a short period of time. The time taken for successive quick charging can take longer if the  battery temperature activates the battery safeguarding technology.

[1]  Figures shown are indicative and shown for comparability purposes only. 329 miles range refers to the ARIYA 87kWh Advance model on a WLTP Combined Cycle. All ranges are fully homologated on the WLTP Combined Cycle, with the exception of ARIYA 87kWh e-4ORCE derivatives which are based on internal testing data and pending full homologation in 2022. Actual real-world driving results may vary depending on factors including the starting charge of the battery, accessories fitted after registration, weather conditions, driving styles and vehicle load.

[2]  Indicated rapid charging time requires use of a CCS rapid charger and may vary depending on factors including charging conditions, battery, ambient temperature at point of use and if the battery safeguarding technology is activated. Visit nissan.co.uk to find out more.

[3] London Congestion Charge, to benefit from the discount, EV owners must register a customer account with TFL and set-up Auto Pay (£10 per vehicle per year). Please seek independent tax advice.