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Nissan is claiming that the Ariya will be able to deliver up to 300 miles of range. Which puts it in good standing against some of its competition.

To start it's a noticeable step up compared to the Nissan Leaf's max range of 226 miles. But among other electric SUVs it would have a higher range than the Jaguar I-Pace (234 miles) and the Audi e-tron (204 miles).

The Ariya would also be on par with the Ford Mustang Mach-E which is also claiming to have up to 300 miles of range.

Personally 300 miles will be more than enough range for my commute but it might not satisfy everyone. If 300 miles isn't enough for you, how much range do you need from the Ariya?
 

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300 miles is enough for me. The question is are they going to continue using Chademo port like Leaf. If they are what's the port 50KW or 100KW+
 

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300 miles is enough for me. The question is are they going to continue using Chademo port like Leaf. If they are what's the port 50KW or 100KW+
Hey @JHW, yes Nissan is sticking with CHAdeMO for the Ariya's charge port.

One disappointing piece of news for American customers is that the vehicle will stick with CHAdeMO, a charging standard that is not as widely distributed in the US as CCS, for example. There was the expectation Nissan would give it up. Well, it didn’t.

 

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Till Ariya real-world range numbers get published, these are what we can go off of:

Real Range Estimation
City - Cold Weather *445 km
Highway - Cold Weather *315 km
Combined - Cold Weather *375 km

City - Mild Weather *650 km
Highway - Mild Weather *400 km
Combined - Mild Weather *500 km

NOTE: Indication of real-world range in several situations. Cold weather: 'worst-case' based on -10°C and use of heating. Mild weather: 'best-case' based on 23°C and no use of A/C. The actual range will depend on speed, style of driving, weather and route conditions.
 
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