2024 Nissan Ariya EV Price Cut

The electric SUV market is heating up, leading to competitive price wars.

Nissan has made its 2024 Ariya more affordable by slashing the base price by $3,600 to $40,980.

The base Ariya model includes a front-wheel-drive Engage trim with a 63.0-kWh battery pack.

Upgrades are budget-friendly: for an extra $1,600, you get the Venture+ trim with an-

87.0-kWh battery, boosting range from 216 miles to 304 miles.

More premium trims, Evolve+ and Empower+, also feature the larger battery pack, priced at $45,580 and $49,080 respectively.

Adding the powerful dual-motor, all-wheel-drive e-4ORCE setup to specific trims costs an additional $4,000.

The high-end Ariya model, the 389-hp, all-wheel-drive e-4ORCE Platinum+, now starts at $55,580, after a $6,000 price reduction.

Despite being made in Japan and ineligible for the $7,500 federal tax credit, these price cuts-

keep the Ariya competitive, especially against rivals like the Ford Mustang Mach-E.

Nissan plans to offer a NACS adapter later this year, enabling Ariya owners to use Tesla's-

Supercharger network, and will standardize the NACS port on the Ariya starting in 2025.