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Our Ariya Premiere northern lights was just delivered yesterday. One feature seems to be missing. I can't remember if we saw this on the purchasing portal or in some review video, but there was supposed to be a light the shines on the ground spelling "Premiere" when you open the front doors.
Have any of you seen this or noticed anything else missing?
 

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If mind serves me correctly, those were pre-production models and that feature probably didn’t make it onto the final product. Personally, I wouldn’t want that anyways. “Ariya” would be cool, but “premier” is a little hokey.
 

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Our Ariya Premiere northern lights was just delivered yesterday. One feature seems to be missing. I can't remember if we saw this on the purchasing portal or in some review video, but there was supposed to be a light the shines on the ground spelling "Premiere" when you open the front doors.
Have any of you seen this or noticed anything else missing?
It's a dealer option... hopefully they will have stock soon!

This is from the nissan website:

Font Number Screenshot Document
 

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Multiple originally advertised features went missing from the Venture+ - only discovered their absence after taking delivery. Nissan’s response (basically, the cars meet our latest specifications) was all but laughable. It’s really upsetting.
 

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Multiple originally advertised features went missing from the Venture+ - only discovered their absence after taking delivery. Nissan’s response (basically, the cars meet our latest specifications) was all but laughable. It’s really upsetting.
Which is crazy because I built and spec-ed cars in 2022 like the MINI where if anything option got removed I would be compensated for the removal. This is why I don't believe the "binding agreement" we had with Nissan when we reserved in 2022 holds any water. Changes were allowed to be made, configs could be changed, dealers could be swapped, etc. and nothing was binding.
 

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Probably not a binding contract unless both parties agree to the refund. If NISSAN gives you some mutually agreeable item in compensation for not fulfilling their part of the contract, it may be considered a contract. Think of this as any other contract (home remodel). If you put down a deposit and sign a contract, then decide not to do it and the contractor gives you your deposit back, it was still a contract. You and the contractor agreed to do certain items for a fixed price. Legal agreement, consideration, consent of the parties.
 
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