Thinking about getting an EV? Nissan is here to help you go electric with confidence – and feel electric too. With over 75 years of EV innovation, we’re leading the charge toward an all-electric future.
How far can I drive in a Nissan EV?
Both the Nissan LEAF® and ARIYA are equipped with well over 300 km of range on a single charge. And it only gets better from there, with ARIYA’s max range of 490 km.
What can an EV save me?
When you make the leap to electric, the savings really add up – and we’re not just talking about gas. Since there’s no traditional engine or gearbox, maintenance costs less too.
Where can I charge up?
The short answer? All across Canada. With thousands of available chargers, you can plug in at home and get a good night’s sleep or top up your battery on the go.
Our Revolutionary EV Crossover
Take charge with awe-inspiring design and the breakthrough technology of e-4ORCE All-Wheel Drive. Bringing you remarkable range, pulse-racing performance and a lounge-like cabin experience, ARIYA is truly a force of wonder.
Our Celebrated EV Hatch
Instant torque, impressive range, and tech to own your commute. LEAF made a name for itself as the world’s first mass-market all-electric vehicle, and it’s been wowing Canadians ever since.
We believe in a sustainable future. As a pioneer in electric vehicles, Nissan has been moving the needle on electrification since 1947, making it smarter, more mainstream, and even more thrilling. Across the globe, we’ve invested in charging infrastructure and energy management. Now, with LEAF and ARIYA leading the charge, we’re pushing ourselves to bring Canadians an exciting variety of Nissan EVs in the future. Visit Nissan Global for more.
Nissan Goes Pole To Pole
It's officially begun. Experience the ultimate electric trek and an epic EV world first. Watch full-time adventurers Chris and Julie Ramsay drive an expedition-ready Nissan ARIYA over 27,000 km from the North Pole to the South Pole. Powered by rugged EV capability, they’ll shed light on bold initiatives and amazing communities harnessing renewable energy – including one right here in Canada.