Compare MG MG4 EV 51kWh vs Nissan Ariya 63kWh

Differences between MG MG4 EV 51kWh and Nissan Ariya 63kWh
MG MG4 EV 51kWh
Nissan Ariya 63kWh
  MG MG4 EV 51kWh Nissan Ariya 63kWh
Announced 2022 2020
Status Available
Release date 2022 2022
Power Rear Wheel Drive 125 kW (170 hp) Front Wheel Drive 160 kW (218 hp)
Torque 300 Nm
Acceleration (0-100 km/h) in 7.5 sec
Max speed 160 km/h (99 mph) 160 km/h (99 mph)
Battery capacity 51 kWh 63 kWh (usable), 65 kWh (total)
Battery type Liquid-cooled Li-ion
Driving range 350 km 360 km
Regenerative Braking ✔️ ✔️
Heat pump ✔️ ✔️
AC Charging (home) Type 2: 11 kW Type 2: 7.4 kW
Charging station CCS 130 kW max (80% in 30 min)
Doors & seats 5 doors, 5 seats 5 door, 5 seats (SUV)
Dimensions 4287 x 1836 x 1504 mm (168.8 x 72.3 x 59.2 in) 4595 x 1850 x 1660 mm (180.9 x 72.8 x 65.4 in)
Weight 1800 kg
Wheels size R17 R19, R20
Trunk volume 468 L
Front trunk
Center screen 10.3 inches touchscreeen 12.3 inches touchscreeen
Driver's display 7 inches 12.3 inches
head-up display Yes, with augmented reality
Seats Heated front seats Heated and ventialed front seats, heated rear seats
Roof Panoramic glass roof Panoramic glass sunroof, tilt & slide
Parking aids Front and rear sensors, 360 camera, reversing camera Front and rear sensors, 360 camera, reversing camera, ProPilot autonomous parking
Connectivity Android Auto and Apple CarPlay Wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
Airbags Front, side, rear, head airbag system Side airbags, front and rear, including head airbag system
Driving aids 4 cameras. Blind Spot Detection, Lane Keep Assist, High beam assist, Active Emergency Braking, Traffic Jam Assist, Traffic Sign Recognition 5 radars, 7 cameras, 12 sensors. Blind Spot Warning, Lane Departure Prevention, Lane Departure Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Driver Attention Alert, Automatic front emergency braking with pedestrian & cyclist recognition and junction assist, Intelligent Around View Monitor, High Beam Assist, Forward Collision Warning, Rear Automatic Braking, Traffic Jam Pilot, Traffic Sign Recognition.
Self driving
Crash tests