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The Nissan Ariya is a battery-electric coupe-crossover that might just shake up the EV sector when it arrives in the UK this summer (Nissan is already taking orders, with prices starting at around £42,000).

The Ariya measures 4.6m in length, making it a bigger car than Nissan’s ever-popular Qashqai, albeit still more compact than other models in its segment such as the Ford Mustang Mach-E.

There are two battery options: a 63kWh model for up to 223 miles of range, or an 87kWh Ariya that can cover around 300 miles between charges – all according to official WLTP tests.

Neat features include the ability to use your Amazon Alexa at home to instruct the car to pre-heat, Nissan’s e-Pedal regenerative braking, and a centre console that can move forwards and backwards to either free up space or zone the interior.

In this CarGurus review, Vicky Parrot visits a UK testing facility to take an early look at an Ariya prototype in order to see how Nissan is attempting to stand out from the crowd in this increasingly busy part of the market. As well as looking at the car’s exterior and interior styling, Vicky assesses passenger space, boot space and versatility, charging speeds, and infotainment, all before taking the Ariya for a drive to see how it performs.

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00:00 – Introduction
01:00 – Battery range and price
01:36 – Exterior styling
02:00 – Interior and infotainment
03:17 – Practicality
03:50 – Charging
04:08 – Driving impressions
07:43 – Verdict
10:43 – Let us know your thoughts

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