5-Star Euro NCAP Rating For Nissan Ariya

The recently released Nissan Ariya underwent comprehensive safety testing by Euro NCAP.

The Nissan Ariya receives top marks from reviewers, indicating that it is a high-quality vehicle that can be recommended. This is good news for other EVs in the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, which are based on the same CMF-EV platform.

The Ariya (63 kWh battery version) achieved 86% and 89% for Adult Occupant Protection and Child Occupant Protection respectively. These aren't the highest in the industry, but they're still very good numbers. For comparison, the Tesla Model Y scored 97% and 87%, while the Kia EV6 got 90% and 86%.

74% of Vulnerable Road Users are protected by our product--the highest level noted in the Safety Assist category at 93%. This is a pretty high success rate, especially when compared to other products on the market.

Recently, the Ariya was not the only Nissan to receive a top safety rating in Europe. The non-rechargeable, series-hybrid Nissan X-Trail with e-Power technology received the same honor (this model is especially popular in Japan).

Although the two models originate from different platforms, they both have achieved 5-star Euro NCAP results, which demonstrates a commitment to making cars as safe as possible regardless of their electrification level.