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Just got a link from Nissan for this update:

Your ARIYA
Reservation Details
Starting MSRP $47,190*
Reservationist-Only
Special Starting MSRP $45,950*
After $1,240 Reservationist Private Offer* applied.
The $1,240 Reservationist Private Offer can be applied to your purchase of any 2023 Nissan ARIYA. Please discuss the private offer with your Dealer.

My reservation is for a Venture+.

I’ve not contacted my selected dealer about what they are likely to charge - MSRP or what. But it looks like that discussion needs to be had …
 

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I was just about to post the same thing:

Your ARIYA *Disclaimer Tooltip
Reservation Details
Starting MSRP $60,190*Disclaimer Tooltip
Reservationist-OnlySpecial Starting MSRP $58,950*Disclaimer TooltipAfter $1,240 Reservationist Private Offer*Disclaimer Tooltipapplied.
The $1,240 Reservationist Private Offer can be applied to your purchase of any 2023 Nissan ARIYA. Please discuss the private offer with your Dealer.

I made $500 deposit how did that become a $1240 Private offer, where did the $740 come from

Jay
 

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I was just about to post the same thing:

Your ARIYA *Disclaimer Tooltip
Reservation Details
Starting MSRP $60,190*Disclaimer Tooltip
Reservationist-OnlySpecial Starting MSRP $58,950*Disclaimer TooltipAfter $1,240 Reservationist Private Offer*Disclaimer Tooltipapplied.
The $1,240 Reservationist Private Offer can be applied to your purchase of any 2023 Nissan ARIYA. Please discuss the private offer with your Dealer.

I made $500 deposit how did that become a $1240 Private offer, where did the $740 come from

Jay
Jay, look at it this way: original MSRP on the Evolve+ as $48,950, now moved up to $50,190. Take the $1,204 off that and you get to $48,950. Now take off the $500 deposit to $48,450. All clear?
 

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Someone walking into a dealer (in the US) and wants to order an Ariya Evolve trim. Dealer tells him the MSRP is $50,190 (and most likely an add of $5,000 or more) A "Reservationist" comes in: he gets the MSRP of $50,190 AND a "Reservationist Private Offer" of a $1,240 discount. This brings the MSRP back to the original $48,950. This lets Nissan recoup some of the added cost of production while holding harmless the "Resverationist" MSRP cost. Inflation is worldwide.
 

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What I hope, and expect, is that dealers will honor this reservationist-only MSRP price and not tack on “market adjustments”. Otherwise, what would be the point of the reduced MSRP if the dealer can just charge a reservation holder whatever they like? My selected dealer says they will honor any “Nissan special pricing” but, of course, that is not a guarantee of any out-the-door price. I’m trying to decide between waiting for the Ariya or going with a Tesla - I have a reservation there that is likely to go “live” any day now. If I pass on the Tesla I’m out $250. There is a lot to be said about Tesla’s fixed pricing…
 

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The Reservationist email included the following:
"ARIYA available for purchase expected Late Fall/Early 2023." Seems like it keeps getting moved out. Is the early 2023 just for the e-4orce model?
 

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What I hope, and expect, is that dealers will honor this reservationist-only MSRP price and not tack on “market adjustments”. Otherwise, what would be the point of the reduced MSRP if the dealer can just charge a reservation holder whatever they like? My selected dealer says they will honor any “Nissan special pricing” but, of course, that is not a guarantee of any out-the-door price. I’m trying to decide between waiting for the Ariya or going with a Tesla - I have a reservation there that is likely to go “live” any day now. If I pass on the Tesla I’m out $250. There is a lot to be said about Tesla’s fixed pricing…
What are Tesla prices?
 

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What are Tesla prices?
~$60k for a Model Y, depending on when the order was placed and options. Generally speaking, cost is higher than MSRPs of most Ariya trims but there is no hanky-panky with the price. If Nissan dealers attempt to add any ”adjustment” then the cost starts approaching that of a Model Y. Makes the Ariya look much less attractive. Like others, I was hoping for an IRS credit under the previous EV plan, which would have made the decision in favor of the Ariya easier. And, yes, I signed the “purchase agreement” with Nissan but i doubt that will fly with the IRS (attention any IRS operatives looking in: yes, I fully intend to honor my iron-clad agreement with Nissan! ;-) )
 

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Just received a call from Nissan the representative advised pre orders will get the original price. Wallbox discount is $150 off when checking out put your reservation number in. Awd early 2023 so February LOL!!! Well we are finally getting some information
 

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Here is my "reservationist" offer. I've emailed the dealer for their thoughts on this and to see if they have a demo car yet...

Your ARIYA
Reservation Details
Starting MSRP $50,190*
Reservationist-OnlySpecial Starting MSRP $48,950*
After $1,240 Reservationist Private Offer* applied.
The $1,240 Reservationist Private Offer can be applied to your purchase of any 2023 Nissan ARIYA. Please discuss the private offer with your Dealer.
 
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I just got a call from Nissan updating me on timeline and the private offer stuff. Looks like I'm waiting until 2023 before I get this car. :cautious: Didn't really have any other info that I didn't already hear about.
 

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I got the same call this morning and was told that I wouldn’t expect my car until spring of 2023. I asked Him when is spring? he couldn’t answer that question. I ordered on day one and I was one of the first 200 orders but of course I want a four-wheel-drive car so I’m going to have to wait. No new information other than the fact that when I asked about the $7500, he said Nissan was trying to get a ruling from the treasury department on that one.
 
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