Nissan Slashes 2024 Ariya Lineup Prices Up To $6k

Big Savings on Ariya Engage Starting at $3,600 – Act Fast for Even Bigger Discounts!

Nissan has recently revealed the pricing details for the highly anticipated 2024 Ariya. To everyone’s surprise, this sleek electric crossover comes with a reduced MSRP compared to its previous release, a widespread trend in the current EV industry which appears to have reached a plateau.

The Ariya Engage, now at an introductory level, has recently undergone a significant price reduction of $3,600, bringing down the original cost of $43,190 to a much more reasonable $39,590. This particular model comes with a 63 kWh battery pack and boasts a range of 216 miles. Its power is measured at 214 horsepower, however the option for an all-wheel drive Engage e-4ORCE with 335 hp is also available for $43,590.

Introducing the Venture+ as the latest addition to the Ariya lineup. With a price of $41,190, this option provides a more affordable way for consumers to experience the Ariya compared to last year’s Engage edition. In fact, it is a striking $5,000 less expensive than the 2023 model and boasts an upgraded 87 kWh battery, 238 horsepower, and an impressive range of 304 miles. Notably, the Venture does not come with the option for all-wheel drive.

For those seeking a more advanced version equipped with all-wheel drive, the Ariya e-4ORCE can be purchased in its Engage+ configuration for $45,190. With a range of 272 miles, this option is a tempting upgrade for many. Not only that, but it also boasts an impressive 389 horsepower, adding an element of joy to driving. Originally priced at $51,190, this particular model now benefits from a generous reduction of $6,000.

The Evolve+ FWD and e-4ORCE versions come with a price tag of $44,190 and $48,190, respectively – now featuring a reduced cost of $6,000. The e-4ORCE boasts a standard 389 horsepower, while the FWD offers a more economical option with 238 hp.

At the forefront of the lineup sit the Evolve+ e-4ORCE ($48,190) and the top-of-the-line Platinum+ e-4ORCE ($54,190). Both versions have undergone a significant decrease in price by $6,000 and boast an impressive 389 horsepower with all-wheel drive.

Please note that the price listed does not include Nissan’s destination and handling fee, which totals $1,390.

It should be mentioned that the 2024 VW ID.4 has undergone a price increase, now starting at $39,735. This amount is slightly higher than that of the Ariya, yet it must not be overlooked that the US-manufactured Volkswagen qualifies for a $7,500 tax credit incentive, potentially attracting potential Ariya buyers to a nearby Volkswagen dealer.

Regarding the tax incentive, Tesla’s popular Model Y is also eligible for this lucrative benefit. The Model Y RWD has an initial cost of $43,990, but with the tax credit applied, the price is reduced to only $36,490. For those in need of an electric vehicle with a longer range before needing to recharge, the Model Y Long Range may be chosen for a price of $41,490 after factoring in the incentives. This is almost identical to the cost of the Ariya Venture+, but the Model Y has a superior range of 310 miles and boasts more power as well. However, due to the Ariya being manufactured in Japan, it does not qualify for the tax credit.

It is important to mention that Ford has recently implemented price adjustments for the Mustang Mach-E as a response to declining sales in the electric vehicle market.

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