Does the Nissan Ariya replace the Leaf?
No - it's a separate model and is bigger than a Leaf.
How much does the Nissan Ariya cost?
The cheapest 63kWh two-wheel drive model starts at £43,845 while the range tops out with the 87kWh e-4ORCE variant at £56,290. Although that makes it look more expensive than rivals such as the Volkswagen ID.4 and ŠKODA Enyaq, Nissan claims the Ariya's resale values are predicted to be much higher than all the leading rivals, meaning the finance and lease payments for most customers will be similar to cheaper models.
Can you tow with a Nissan Ariya?
Yes - both two and all-wheel drive versions will be homologated for towing duties. 63kWh versions can tow up to 750kg, while 87kWh versions are rated at 1,500kg.
Does the Nissan Ariya use CHAdeMO rapid charging like the Leaf?
No - Nissan is abandoning this charging format in Europe and moving over to the more common CCS.