2024 Nissan Ariya vs 2024 Toyota bZ4X

2024 Nissan Ariya Comparison
2024 Toyota bZ4X Comparison

2024 Nissan Ariya vs 2024 Toyota bZ4X Comparison Chart

2024 Nissan Ariya 2024 Toyota bZ4X
MSRP* $55,843 $50,050
Engine litres (L) NA NA
Cylinder configuration NA NA
Horsepower (hp) 214 201
Torque (lb-ft) 221 196
Fuel economy - city (L/100 km) 2.0 2.0
Fuel economy - highway (L/100 km) 3.0 2.0
Fuel economy - combined (L/100 km) 2.0 - 3.0 2.0 - 2.0
Exterior length (mm) 4,646 4,689
Exterior body width (mm) 1,900 1,859
Exterior body height (mm) 1,661 1,651
Wheelbase (mm) 2,776 2,850
Interior cargo volume (L) 646 784
Maximum interior cargo volume (L) 1,691 784
Front legroom (mm) 1,074 1,069
Rear legroom (mm) 940 897
Front headroom (mm) 1,006 980
Rear headroom (mm) 973 942
Front shoulder room (mm) 1,450 1,468



2024 Nissan Ariya vs 2024 Toyota bZ4X

2024 marks the release of two new highly-anticipated electric SUVs, the Nissan Ariya and the Toyota bZ4X. As the world transitions toward electric-powered vehicles, both manufacturers aim to offer cutting-edge technology, performance capabilities, premium features, and safety applications. Let's compare the two models to better understand their performance, technology, and safety features.

Performance Comparison

The Nissan Ariya offers a torque-split system that provides optional all-wheel drive through a configuration consisting of dual front and rear electric motors. The all-wheel-drive system borrows from the GT-R sports car, ensuring maximum traction and control while driving. A liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery with an impressive 87.0 kWh capacity powers the vehicle. 

Meanwhile, the Toyota bZ4X offers an optional all-wheel-drive configuration with two motors, featuring a front-wheel-drive, single-motor setup as standard that produces 201 horsepower. The all-wheel-drive version produces 215 horsepower despite having two motors. Both bZ4X versions have nearly identical batteries, including a 63.4 kWh battery pack in the standard, single-motor model and a 65.5 kWh pack in the dual-motor model. The onboard charger with Level 2 electricity replenishes the battery pack within 9 hours, while at a DC fast-charging port, an 80% charge takes less than an hour for the front-wheel-drive variant. The dual-motor version only maxed out at 100 kW.

Infotainment Comparison

The Nissan Ariya comes with dual 12.3-inch displays, serving as both the digital gauge cluster and the infotainment screen. Standard features include in-dash navigation, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto connectivity. Wireless smartphone charging and a head-up display are available along with Amazon Alexa and the built-in voice assistant in the system.

All bZ4X models have a large 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen with wireless capability for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The system has a 7.0-inch digital gauge display with cloud-based infotainment, including onboard Wi-Fi, satellite radio, and wireless smartphone charging. The bZ4X also has the option of a JBL stereo system with nine speakers for increased audio quality.

Safety Comparison

The Nissan Ariya features ProPilot 2.0 as an optional feature, which is the second generation of Nissan's ProPilot driver-assistance system. The technology allows drivers to remove their hands from the steering wheel in specific conditions, and its performance is quite impressive.

The Toyota bZ4X features Laur Protection and an extensive suite of advanced safety features, such as pedestrian and cyclist detection, lane-keeping assist, and automated emergency braking, which are standard safety features on all models.

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The 2024 Nissan Ariya and the Toyota bZ4X are two highly-anticipated EVs to hit the market in the coming years. The Ariya offers cutting-edge technology in performance, infotainment, and safety, while the bZ4X offers similar features. Contact West End Nissan in Edmonton to check the features of the Ariya and then decide.

*All pricing is based on Ontario MSRP and does not include taxes and fees. Dealer pricing may differ. Prices are subject to change anytime without notice.

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