These are the durability tests that the Nissan Ariya has undergone
Nissan has unveiled the extreme durability tests to which Nissan Ariya, the company’s all-electric SUV-crossover that debuted last year, has been subjected, and which we at Somos Eléctricos have already been able to test extensively, also subjecting it to a road trip that puts its advertised range to the test.
The company claims to have driven the Nissan Ariya “more than five times the circumference of the Earth” in order to conduct endurance tests. The durability tests, which replicate adverse conditions, include everything from bad roads to flooding. With a team of more than 500 experts behind it, the tests, conducted at Nissan’s Tochigi test track in Japan, also considered daytime and night-time conditions.
Gathering data from electric vehicle users and the experience gained with the best-selling Nissan Leaf, the Nissan team evaluated its use in various markets, as well as the different scenarios drivers might face based on this. The Nissan Ariya’s testing has been spread over a total of three years.
In our personal opinion, as you can see in the videos we have posted on our YouTube channel, where we give you the full test of the vehicle, a real-world range test and a list of our likes and dislikes, we have to say that overall, it is a very complete and well-balanced vehicle, which pleasantly surprised us when we tested it. Here are the videos we made of the Nissan Ariya:
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