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Pricing matrix from Nissan's announcement:

Available 2023 Ariya models, range and pricing
ModelPowertrain/performance/range
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Ariya Venture+ FWD87 kWh battery, 238-horsepower AC synchronous motor, 221 lb-ft of torque, up to 300-mile estimated range1.
$45,950 USD​
Ariya Evolve+ FWD87 kWh battery, 238-horsepower AC synchronous motor, 221 lb-ft of torque, up to 285-mile estimated range5.
$48,950 USD​
Ariya Premiere FWD87 kWh battery, 238-horsepower AC synchronous motor, 221 lb-ft of torque, up to 285-mile estimated range5.
$53,450 USD​
Ariya Platinum+ e-4ORCE AWDe-4ORCE dual motor all-wheel control, 87 kWh battery, 389-horsepower AC synchronous motor, 442 lb-ft of torque, up to 265-mile estimated range6.
$58,950 USD​
 

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Here's the official announcement from Nissan. They say deliveries will start in Fall 2022. First with the FWD models then the AWD models.


  • Four Ariya models available to reserve, including Platinum+ with e-4ORCE dual motor all-wheel control – along with exclusive access to special Ariya Premiere Edition
  • Reservation MSRP starts at $45,9501 for Ariya Venture+ front-wheel drive, range estimated at up to 300 miles2 on a full charge
  • Ariya reservationists eligible for a two-year free EVgo membership plus $500 in charging credits upon purchase
  • Reservation information and sign-up portal at NissanUSA.com/ariya/reserve
LOS ANGELES – The all-new 2023 Nissan Ariya electric crossover is getting closer to its upcoming U.S. on-sale date with the opening of a special reservation portal at NissanUSA.com/ariya/reserve, giving customers the opportunity to be one of the first to purchase the most advanced and connected Nissan vehicle ever.

Four Nissan Ariya models will initially be available, each equipped with an advanced liquid-cooled 87 kWh Lithium-Ion battery (usable battery capacity), CCS quick charge port, available ProPILOT Assist 2.0, wireless Apple CarPlay® and wired Android Auto, a lounge-like premium interior and Nissan Safety Shield® 360.

Nissan also announced today the preliminary 2023 Ariya reservation model lineup, specifications and initial MSRP – which starts at $45,950 for the Venture+ front-wheel drive model. Pricing for additional Ariya models will be announced at a later date.

Additionally, the first 10,000 reservations made before Jan. 31, 2022 will qualify for a two year free EVgo membership plus $500 in charging credits upon purchase3. That's worth up to an estimated 5,000 miles of EV driving for the Ariya Venture+.4

"The all-new Ariya is the embodiment of the new Nissan, and now customers can go out and be one of the first to reserve this game-changing electric crossover," said Michael Colleran, senior vice president, Nissan U.S. and Marketing and Sales. "Ariya leverages our decade of expertise selling mass-market EVs, uniquely positioning Nissan and our dealers to deliver both a thrilling vehicle and outstanding ownership experience."

Ariya is a cornerstone to the Nissan NEXT global transformation plan and is the first production model to represent the company’s new electrified brand identity. Nissan has announced a target that more than 40 percent of its U.S. vehicle sales by 2030 will be fully electric, with even more to be electrified.

Available 2023 Ariya models, range and pricing

ModelPowertrain/performance/range
MSRP1
Ariya Venture+ FWD87 kWh battery, 238-horsepower AC synchronous motor, 221 lb-ft of torque, up to 300-mile estimated range1.
$45,950 USD​
Ariya Evolve+ FWD87 kWh battery, 238-horsepower AC synchronous motor, 221 lb-ft of torque, up to 285-mile estimated range5.
$48,950 USD​
Ariya Premiere FWD87 kWh battery, 238-horsepower AC synchronous motor, 221 lb-ft of torque, up to 285-mile estimated range5.
$53,450 USD​
Ariya Platinum+ e-4ORCE AWDe-4ORCE dual motor all-wheel control, 87 kWh battery, 389-horsepower AC synchronous motor, 442 lb-ft of torque, up to 265-mile estimated range6.
$58,950 USD​
Destination and Handling $1,175 USD7

The Ariya Premiere front-wheel drive is exclusively available to customers who participate in the reservation program. It includes 19-inch aluminum-alloy wheels with unique aero wheel cover color treatment, illuminated Premiere kick plates and a Premiere grade emblem.

The reservation process:
The simple reservation-to-delivery process can be completed fully online:
  1. Customers visit NissanUSA.com/ariya/reserve, set up a MyNissan account, select their Ariya using the Nissan online vehicle configurator and place a $500 refundable deposit.
  2. Customers then select an EV-certified Nissan dealer to have their Ariya delivered to.
  3. After the vehicle is delivered to their dealer, customers can complete their purchase either online through [email protected], or directly at the dealership.
  4. Once customers complete their purchase, they can choose to have their Ariya delivered to their home8 or pick it up at the dealership.
"Simply put, Ariya is the EV that customers have been asking for – with high style, extensive technology and refinement at a competitive price," added Colleran. "And our 890 knowledgeable Nissan EV dealers and [email protected] purchase and delivery systems will give customers an effortless ownership experience."

Ariya deliveries will begin fall 2022, first for front-wheel drive models, followed by all-wheel drive models in late fall.
 

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Nissan appears to have priced them to compete against Teslas with no tax break. I'm not doing a preorder, I'll wait to kick the tires before I completely dismiss them, I'll only reconsider looking when they're on the dealer floors. The Korean offerings look better with each passing day.
 

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Nissan appears to have priced them to compete against Teslas with no tax break. I'm not doing a preorder, I'll wait to kick the tires before I completely dismiss them, I'll only reconsider looking when they're on the dealer floors. The Korean offerings look better with each passing day.
Yes, that seems to be the game. What bothers me is the only pricing info for a year from Nissan was
that it was going “start” around 40K…leaving one to wonder where it would go from there. I think early
on the the talk was around 50k for Eforce, loaded. I’m not sure why Nissan is offering FWD…it’s supposed to be real wheel, is that a typo? I’m with you with Kia and Hyundai. They were the value leader and I think they have figured out they make vehicles people want…so, up goes the price now.
 

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See Nissan ARIYA PREMIERE Reservation | Nissan USA and wow, they are a lot higher than I was expecting for Ariya. For Fall 2022 delivery. I think Ariya is no longer on my list now.
Yes, Quite a bit more expensive than I was expecting. Also surprised at the limited color selection. I ordered a Platinum+ AWD in pearl white/metallic black. Available only with the nappa blue gray interior. Delivery slated for LATE fall 2022. I'll probably be more excited about it once I get past the sticker shock.
 

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Yes, Quite a bit more expensive than I was expecting. Also surprised at the limited color selection. I ordered a Platinum+ AWD in pearl white/metallic black. Available only with the nappa blue gray interior. Delivery slated for LATE fall 2022. I'll probably be more excited about it once I get past the sticker shock.
Congratulations, I still haven’t figured out the pricing…”from 53,000?” My end says FWD.
I think you will be thrilled with your build. Be safe
 

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Is there a complete Spec sheet for each trim level? The website has 5 bullet points but not a complete rundown, unless I am missing something?
I have yet to find a complete spec sheet for each trim level. That would be helpful with understanding whats included in each price point. I ordered a Platinum+ AWD in boulder gray pearl/black metallic, but I wonder if the Premiere has similar options just without the dual motor/AWD. If I knew they were both equally equipped I would just get the Premiere to save $$.
 

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That is true. I recall them having a version to rival the base Volkswagen ID.4 directly.
Which Ariya spec are you going with?
Pre-ordered a premier in white. Subject to change depending on other options (including other cars) that become available between now and Fall 2022.
Wants: ~300 mile range, Pro Pilot 2.0, pano roof, cooled seats (not sure if this is available).
Don't need AWD.

Pretty disappointed in Nissan on this launch TBH. With the delay and the scarce details, how do they expect people to commit $500 to a car with so little info.
 
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