NEW Nissan Ariya Review: The Best Electric Family Car? reviews

December 28, 2022

Rory reviews the new Nissan Ariya, the company’s first proper attempt at a no-compromise electric family car. Is it a serious rival to the Tesla Model Y and Ford Mustang Mach-E?

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  1. Would the Ariya tempt you away from the Tesla Model Y? ⬇

  2. How's the comfort of the rear seats compared to the Model Y which is very bumpy.

    How does it compare to the Ioniq 5?

  3. So overpriced.

  4. And the quality of Nissan 👌👌

  5. I love how it looks and how much features you get as standard ..great

  6. Boot space is not a problem unless you have a mini or a Fiat 500. As long as i can carry two suitcases and get there in relative comfort I don't mind. That's Caribbean thinking

  7. Why. Why. WHY are car companies doing RWD? Makes no sense (and this from a former Motor City Detroit kid growing up).

  8. Indeed, the best!

  9. In unexpected, but the Ariya has very posh vibes. I like it.

  10. This ariya or an ev6? Both with 2wd, higher spec interior and higher battery models, Which would you pick?

  11. AAAAANNND about £5k-7k overpriced

  12. Reply
    The Mad Singer C.Nelson December 28, 2022 at 4:01 am

    Nissan is amazing on gas. The Puredrive mechanic they put on the 2014 and 2015s is hybrid part. I read 28 mpg city on a bad needing a oil change. Im sure the ranges will be higher. Motor Trends long labeled them most efficient performance cars.

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    The Mad Singer C.Nelson December 28, 2022 at 4:01 am

    FYI Toyota and Hyundai are stealing Nissan and Infiniti designs left and right. But honestly they always been the more sportier performance cars. And the design language broke barriers a long time ago.

  14. The camera person need to learn how to operate, when you are talking about the boot, show the boot close up, the under floor partition, not the presenter's face.

  15. the new NISSAN Arya e-Force 4WD + 1.0 in. Lift 63.0 kWh iSMARTPower® 5-Dr eC-SUV (RHD) looks great, absolute spot on . . . speaking of performance the NISSAN Arya e-Force 4WD + 1.0 in. Lift 63.0 kWh iSMARTPower® 5-Dr eC-SUV (RHD) could do with a pair of front & rear lateral strut bars that will provide enhanced torsional rigidity & increased stiffening (better structural integrity) . . .

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    The Next Electric Car December 28, 2022 at 4:01 am

    Hello!! Your review and evaluation was excellent. How is the Ariya's rear visibility? Thankyou for the valuable content. I hate that there's no physical knobs and buttons… weird design choice..

  17. Never thought I would find a Nissan to be in my orbit for a future car consideration. Although, not sure why we're comparing to a Tesla Model Y, which costs far more MSRP? Plus, Tesla comes with Musk baggage, which is a huge inhibitor for many of us potential buyers.
    Great review, you hit on all the major points for a family car consideration.

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    Sithabelamandlawenkosiwodumoemangalisayo Yebo December 28, 2022 at 4:01 am

    The issue with motoring journalists is you all seem to have this "fun on the road" obsession. Do people really buy cars to throw them into corners? You're the reason cars overal have become more and more uncomfortable as some car firms pay too much attention to your reviews. Other than that, this was an okay review. Thanks.

  19. Front wheel drive means if you live in snow Country you dont need to spend another 3-5k for awd. And in doing so you also get more range(vs awd)

  20. Doesn't look like you're joking about the volume knob. Also the buttons are the worst by far. Not only capacitive but it also seems hard to see them.. Design is like being done by robots..

  21. Family car??? Most families can't afford it.

  22. nice vid. ty

  23. No frunk means MORE FRONT LEGROOM.

  24. Though you are focusing on the UK market I am sure that you have subscribers from "The Metric World" 😉
    Since you use miles then it would be really neat if you could add metric information (like many do) just by adding the metric conversion as a text into the video.

  25. Think I'll stick with the Enyaq.

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