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The official pricing for the Nissan isn't out yet but that hasn't stopped news outlets like speculating what the price could be.

Car and Driver predicts that the Ariya will come in three trim levels - S, SV, and SL.

Here's how the broke it all down:
S: $40,000 (est.)
SV: $42,000 (est.)
SL: $45,000 (est.)

Nissan hasn't released pricing, but look for it to start around $40,000, putting it above the Leaf and other affordable EVs. The Leaf has three different trims and while it's hard to say what the Ariya will offer, it's fair to expect it to follow a similar product plan.

Carwow predicts that "the Ariya-based SUV to cost from £40,000 – about £5,000 more than you’ll pay for the smaller Hyundai Kona Electric and Kia e-Niro." At £40,000 that converts to about $51,653.80.

I would lean towards the Car and Driver estimates, especially given that Ford is pricing their new EV around that price too. Does anyone have their own predictions?
 

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Nissan has confirmed that the Ariya will have a base price of $40,000. But they haven't confirmed what the other trim levels will be and what they will cost.

The all-new Nissan Ariya is scheduled to go on sale in Japan in mid-2021, followed by the U.S. and Canada later in the year. U.S. pricing will start around $40,000.

 

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This is what pricing for the Ariya is like in Norway.

"There are four versions of the Japanese all-electric crossover/SUV. The entry-level version with a 66 kWh battery and front-wheel drive starts at 409,900 NOK (€40,018 / $47,280).

That's 86% more than for the entry-level Nissan LEAF with 40 kWh battery - at 219,900 NOK (€21,468 / $25,364), and 44% more than the LEAF e+ with 62 kWh battery 284,070 NOK (€27,733 / $32,766).

Nissan Ariya prices in Norway:

  • Ariya 63 kWh (FWD): 409,900 NOK (€40,018 / $47,280)
  • Ariya 87 kWh (FWD): 499,900 NOK (€48,805 / $57,662)
  • Ariya e-4ORCE 87 kWh (AWD): 529,900 NOK (€51,734 / $61,122)
  • Ariya e-4ORCE 87 kWh Performance (AWD): 575,900 NOK (€56,225 / $66,428)
We guess that in the U.S. the Nissan Ariya will start at roughly $40,000 (before incentives) to be competitive with other EVs, like the Volkswagen ID.4 ($39,995).

Customer deliveries of the car in Norway will start in Summer 2022 as the Ariya is unfortunately noticeably delayed. In the U.S. it might be later than that."


 
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