The successor to the Nissan Ariya EV was began to arrive in the US and Europe later this year, but the company now says those days are set back. “We have delayed the start of the Syrian trade, which has been available in the US since 2022 reservation by the end of this year,” a company spokesman told Green Car Reports in words.
The reason given for the delay is the complexity of the coronavirus epidemic and the lack of a global chip that has severely affected automakers. “Nissan is facing challenges from a wide range of companies, including a lack of semiconductor. Our goal is to ensure that we offer a new, all-electric Nissan Ariya to all customers with the highest level of care,” the company said.
Trade in Japan has returned from mid-2021 to “this winter,” with subsequent sales in Europe and the US two months later, according to vice-president Asako Hoshino. He added that interest rates could rise significantly in Europe as soon as they arrived, with total sales of tens of thousands in the first year, Autoblog reports.
Ariya is Nissan’s first EV in a decade and looks better in the future compared to the Nissan Leaf. It will come with one FWD (215 HP) and two types of “E-4ORCE” AWD (389 HP). There are also two types of battery selection, with 63kWh battery and 87kWh battery – in one car, the 2WD model should be 300 miles away for charging.
The U.S. model is expected to start at around $ 40,000 with a 63kWh battery, which can drop to $ 34,000 less with $ 7,500 federal EV tax credit. In France, consumers can get up to € 12,000 ($ 13,100) with a 7,000 tax credit and a € 5,000 loan for selling an old diesel car.
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