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Nissan validates Ariya durability with extreme testing

  • Driven to distances more than five times the Earth’s circumference to test endurance
  • Subjected to durability tests that mimic diverse and severe real-world conditions from rough roads to floodwater

PARIS, France – With the goal to deliver customer satisfaction and peace of mind in every setting, Nissan has put the Ariya through relentless durability tests over a three-year period.

Gauging the all-electric coupé-crossover’s performance across a total of 5,000 parameters, each test was designed to ensure the Ariya left the testing ground fully capable of handling diverse conditions around the globe.

Ariya Durability Test – AMIEO version

Leveraging over a decade of EV know-how and customer data since launching the LEAF, Nissan’s experts assessed vehicle usage in various markets to provide valuable direction for the Ariya’s testing. Using this to recreate harsh terrains and difficult conditions the car’s durability was put through its paces in various real-world situations, allowing for thorough evaluation.

Administered by a team of over 500 experts at Nissan’s Tochigi test course in Japan, these tests also considered both daytime and post-nightfall conditions that drivers could potentially face. Collectively the rigorous and lengthy durability testing ensures Nissan can offer both drivers and passengers an exciting EV experience with zero compromise on performance.

To see how Nissan experts put the Ariya to the test, follow the link here.

About Nissan AMIEO (Africa, Middle East, India, Europe & Oceania) 
Nissan aims to become a truly sustainable company, driving towards a cleaner, safer and more inclusive world.  

Sustainability is at the core of Nissan’s long-term vision, Ambition 2030. Responding to critical environmental, societal and customer needs, this strategy sets out to deliver electrified models and technological innovation in key markets globally, empowering mobility and beyond. Ambition 2030 supports Nissan’s goal which is to be carbon neutral across the life cycle of its products and operations by 2050. The Nissan AMIEO region, with EV36Zero at its centre, is primed to accelerate the shift to an electrified future.  

For more information about Nissan’s products, services and commitment to sustainable mobility, visit nissan-global.com. You can also follow us on FacebookInstagramTwitter and LinkedIn and see all our latest videos on YouTube.

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