Nissan EVs don’t just drive, they spark your imagination, and take your breath away. Innovation from Formula E to every Nissan EV. The LEAF - our first-ever mass-produced 100% electric car. The ARIYA - our newest EV with available e-4ORCE all-wheel-drive technology. * After 75 years and over 8-billion EV miles globally, Nissan’s EV lineup is ready to make your heart beat faster than ever. *
How they work
Simplified charging at home
Maximize the charge of your EV in the comfort of your home with two charging options - level 1 and level 2. Home installation whether you park in a garage or outside with weatherproof technology to accommodate all climates.
Plug in, like any other device
Explore the many ways EV will enhance your life - energy efficient, less standard maintenance, and tax credit incentives, to mention a few
Potential tax credits, rebates, and incentives
Depending on where you live, you may qualify for potential state and city tax incentives for driving fully electric.
Nissan electric vehicles - built to thrill
With the performance of a sports car, the versatility of an SUV, and the breakthrough technology of e-4ORCE all-wheel-drive, the Nissan ARIYA is more than an EV, it’s truly a force of wonder.
EPA estimated range for ARIYA VENTURE+
and available 87 kWh options
Discover the instant acceleration, incredible range, and nimble handling of the all-electric Nissan LEAF – the world’s first mass-produced 100% electric car.
EPA estimated range for LEAF SV PLUS
and available 60 kWh options
Going 100% electric adds up
Owning a Nissan electric vehicle offers a number of Electric Vehicle Benefits that extend beyond a lower cost of ownership. You’ll never have to stop for gas again, so forget the pump and stop worrying about the price of gas. Depending on the purpose of your purchase and where you live, you may qualify for potential state and local incentives and rebates when you go fully electric with a new Nissan LEAF.
No gas, no tailpipe emissions
So forget gas stations and put emissions testing behind you — in the 100% electric Nissan LEAF, they’re truly a thing of the past.
HOV lane access
When the majority of commuters get stuck in stop-and-go traffic, your Nissan electric vehicle could potentially gain you access to HOV and Carpool lanes.
Spark plugs, timing belts, oil changes – forget about them. With far fewer moving parts than conventional internal combustion engines, there’s less to maintain in a Nissan electric vehicle. Even your brake pads get a break because electric vehicles use the motor to slow down, reducing wear.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many electric vehicles does Nissan have?
Nissan has two electric vehicles: The Nissan ARIYA and Nissan LEAF. As the newest Nissan electric car, the ARIYA SUV arrives with beautifully futuristic styling and immense power on tap. The ARIYA can make up to 389 horsepower and drive for up to an EPA-estimated 304 miles of range.1 The smaller LEAF offers up to 214 horsepower and an EPA-estimated 212 miles of range.2
How long does it take to charge Nissan electric cars?
The amount of time it takes to charge Nissan electric cars will vary based on the model, trim level, battery pack size, and the type of charger that is used. As an example of what’s possible, though, an EVgo 480V fast charger can charge a Nissan LEAF to 80% in as little as 30 minutes, meaning you'll be ready to go before you know it.3
Which is bigger, Nissan LEAF or Nissan ARIYA?
The Nissan ARIYA is bigger than the Nissan LEAF, as the Nissan LEAF is an agile hatchback, while the Nissan Airya is a spacious SUV. For precise dimensions, the Nissan LEAF is 176.4 inches long, 70.5 inches wide, and 61.5 inches tall. The Nissan ARIYA, meanwhile, is 182.9 inches long, 85.5 inches wide, and 65.4 inches tall.
12023 MY EPA-estimated range up to 304 miles for combined city/highway driving for VENTURE+ FWD. 2023 MY EPA-estimated range up to 289 miles for combined city/highway driving for EVOLVE+ FWD, and EMPOWER+ FWD. 2023 MY EPA-estimated range up to 216 miles for combined city/highway driving for ENGAGE FWD. 2023 MY EPA Fuel Economy Estimates 111 City, 95 Highway for VENTURE+ FWD. Based on EPA formula of 33.7 kW/hour equal to one gallon of gasoline energy, EPA rated VENTURE+ FWD equivalent to 111 MPG measured as gasoline fuel efficiency in city driving, and 95 MPG in highway driving. 2023 MY EPA Fuel Economy Estimates 105 City, 91 Highway for EVOLVE+ FWD, and EMPOWER+ FWD. Based on EPA formula of 33.7 kW/hour equal to one gallon of gasoline energy, EPA rated EVOLVE+ FWD, and EMPOWER+ FWD equivalent to 105 MPG measured as gasoline fuel efficiency in city driving, and 91 MPG in highway driving. 2023 MY EPA Fuel Economy Estimates 109 City, 94 Highway for ENGAGE FWD. Based on EPA formula of 33.7 kW/hour equal to one gallon of gasoline energy, EPA rated ENGAGE FWD equivalent to 109 MPG measured as gasoline fuel efficiency in city driving, and 94 MPG in highway driving. Actual mileage will vary with trim levels, options, and driving conditions. See customer Disclosure Form for details. Use for comparison only. Preliminary Nissan-estimated combined city/highway driving range up to 205 miles for ENGAGE e-4ORCE AWD, 270 miles for ENGAGE+ e-4ORCE AWD and EVOLVE+ e-4ORCE AWD, 265 miles for PLATINUM+ AWD with 19” wheels, and 240 miles for PLATINUM+ AWD with 20” wheels. Actual mileage will vary with trim levels, options, and driving conditions. See customer Disclosure Form for details. Use for comparison only.
22023 EPA estimated range of up to 149 miles for LEAF® S, up to 212 miles for LEAF SV PLUS for combined city / highway driving. 2023 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates 123 City MPGe / 99 Highway MPGe / 111 Combined MPGe for LEAF S, 121 City MPGe / 98 Highway MPGe / 109 Combined MPGe for LEAF SV PLUS. Based on EPA formula of 33.7 kWh equal to one gallon of gasoline energy. Actual mileage will vary with trim levels, options, and driving conditions. See Customer Disclosure Form for details. Use for comparison only.
3Charging capacity and times may vary based on battery temperature. For Level 1 home charging use only a 110-120 volt, 15-amp dedicated outlet for charging. See Customer Disclosure Form for details.
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