Nissan Ariya Evolve+

Nissan Ariya Evolve+
$199.00 - $539.00

Choose your Plug Type

$199.00 - $539.00

What’s included?

LCD-Display

LCD Display with Real Time Data.

Hardshell-Travel-Case

HardShell Case.

Range-of-lengths

25 Ft. or 32 Ft. Cable length options.

Cable-Storage-Solution

Cable Organizer.

Battery Specifications

Battery Size

63

Battery Acceptance

7.2

Battery kWh

Optimized Speed Time

You can choose between the different charaina options available for vour car

Slower

Charges at your cars acceptance rate, slower charge and won’t totally futureproof you.

1.5x faster

Charging for your next car but won’t totally futureproof you!

2x faster

Charging for your next car and most complete EV futureproofing available for this

Key Features

Type 1J1772

One year warranty

Portable

Bring with you anywhere.

Easy Set-up

No wall box installation needed.

Built-in tech

With LED indicators or LCD screen to identify charge status and working condition.

Broad compatibility

Fits all cars in the U.S. except Tesla unless used with an adapter.

Safety First

Water and lightning proof, leakage protection, overvoltage and undervoltage protection.

Charging options

Fast and powerful charging alternatives for residential use that can match the output of some commercial charging stations.

The Nissan Ariya is the much-awaited all-electric SUV to enter the market and compete with the Kia EV, Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Ford Mach-e. The Ariya is an all-electric crossover SUV with the VENTURE+ Extended Range offering up to a 300-mile all-electric EPA estimated range. The Ariya is Nissan’s second mainstream EV model following on from the Leaf hatchback. The vehicle comes with a 65 KWh standard lithium-ion battery and a battery acceptance rate of 7.4 kWh, which is on the lower end in terms of charging speeds i.e., how much charger per hour the battery can take. The best plug-in EV charger is either a NEMA 14-30 24-amp 5.8 kWh TOTALEV charger since it supplies close to the maximum charging speed (roughly an 11-hour charge time from empty or 5.5 hours from 50% battery charge, which is in practice when most EV owners charge) or a NEMA 14-50 32-amp 7.4 kWh Nissan Ariya ENDURAEV charger. It will charge at 7.2 kWh at almost the same acceptance rate of the Nissan Ariya all-electric, resulting in a charge time from empty of roughly 8.5 hours or 4.25 hours from 50% battery charge. The Nissan Ariya is the much-awaited all-electric SUV to enter the market and compete with the Kia EV, Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Ford Mach-e.

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