• Pre-orders for the All-New Nissan Ariya are now open. The all-electric Nissan Ariya coupé crossover SUV will be available with two battery capacities and offers a range of up to 310 miles (WLTP).

    On the road prices start from £41,845 for Advance 63kWh versions, rising to £58,440 for the e-4ORCE Performance 87kWh model. Together with an advanced all-wheel-drivetrain, the range-topping specification includes premium features such as a 10-speaker BOSE sound system, digital Head Up Display, Intelligent Rear View Mirror, Electric Panoramic Sunroof, dynamic 20” alloy wheels with aero covers, and distinctive Blue Nappa leather seat fronts.

    The Ariya 63kWh two-wheel drive model provides value for those primarily using their vehicle in urban or suburban areas. For those looking to take longer journeys, the Ariya 87kWh offers two-wheel drive with an extended range. The Ariya e-4ORCE 87kWh all-wheel drive combines the benefits of longer range and a comfortable ride for all on-board thanks to the balanced power delivered to all four wheels together with significantly increased torque. The Ariya e-4ORCE 87kWh Performance is ideal for drivers seeking a higher power output, with 394PS available and 600Nm of torque.

    The All-New Nissan Ariya is available to pre-order now, with customer deliveries beginning Summer 2022.


  • Renault has this week revealed the name of its latest SUV to join the range, the Renualt Austral. The Austral is their next C-segment model and follows the All-New Arkana and All-New Renault Megane E-TECH Electric.

    Derived from the Latin word ‘australis’ and replacing the outgoing Renault Kadjar, the Austral will be unveiled in Spring 2022.