Nissan Ariya Lease Deals
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Why Lease A Nissan Ariya?
Why Choose A Nissan Lease?Nissan leasing means that you can drive a new car for 2-5 years, depending on the length of your contract. You won’t own the car at the end of the agreement, you simply need to return the vehicle to us. It’s an easy, hassle-free process that makes driving the latest models more affordable.With our Nissan Ariya lease deals, choose your desired model, then add a few details like your annual mileage and contract length. We’ll provide you with your monthly price which is fixed throughout your agreement. To find out more about how contract hire works, take a look at our easy-to-understand guide to car leasing.
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The Ariya is longer, taller, and wider than a Nissan Qashqai, and feels really big inside. Up front, you will find it predictably roomy with plenty of neat storage features including a movable centre console and an innovative drawer that comes out from the dashboard with just the press of a button. Seating three across the back row shouldn’t be a problem, as the clever underpinnings have allowed for a flat floor and there’s plenty of legroom too.
The best Ariya for boot space is the single motor version with 466 litres. If you go for the dual-motor version with all-wheel drive, it’s a little more compact at 408 litres. But all versions get a handy powered tailgate as standard, yet another premium feature for the Nissan Ariya.
When it comes to the battery, the Ariya offers a choice between a 63- and an 87kWh battery. If you’re looking for the Ariya that will get you the farthest on a single battery charge, you will want the front-wheel-drive Ariya with the larger 87kWh battery, offering up to 310 miles. Even the Ariya 63kWh can do up to 250 miles, which still offers a lot of comfort between charges.
The Ariya can charge at up to 130kW, so find a high-power charging station and you could get 80% battery charge in as little as 30 minutes. The Ariya 87kWh will take 14 hours to charge to full from a standard 7kW wall box. The Ariya 63kWh is marginally quicker, taking 10 hours to get a full battery charge from the same home charger.
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There are many large electric SUVs available these days, but the Nissan Ariya’s stylish coupe-crossover aesthetic and smart cabin jam-packed with high-tech features make it very tempting.
The stiffest competition comes from the Volkswagen ID.4 and the Skoda Enyaq, but overall the Ariya feels like a more impressive and premium offering. The Kia EV6 and Hyundai Ioniq 5 are other close rivals, but the Ariya surely has an edge with its trendy SUV looks.
The Nissan Ariya is too new to have any user reliability data. But being electric and being a Nissan, we expect the Ariya to be a good dependable car.
The Nissan Ariya has a 466-litre boot that can be expanded when the rear seats are let down. If you go for the Ariya all-wheel drive, there are about 58 litres less.
The Nissan Ariya is available in three trim levels – Advance, Advance with Sky Pack, and Evolve. Advance is reserved for the Ariya 63kWh, while Evolve is exclusive to the Ariya 87kWh. The good news is that every Ariya is packed with high-tech features.
Yes, even the entry model has front and rear parking sensors and a 360-degree camera.
The Nissan Ariya 87kWh with front-wheel drive has the longest range, promising up to 310 miles on a single battery charge.
If you are looking for the best performance, the Ariya 87kWh with all-wheel drive is the one to go for. With 306hp and 600Nm of torque, it will do the 0-62mph benchmark in just 5.7 seconds.
If you want to drive a brand-new Nissan Ariya for an affordable monthly rate, choose Vanarama. We’re committed to delivering outstanding customer service and the best deals on the market – just see our Excellent rating on Trustpilot. Get in touch today to secure the best leasing deal, tailored to you.