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Just got a call from a Nissan rep.

They were calling mostly to inform me about the increase to the MSRP and the "discount" we get for making a reservation.
They let me know that they were expecting FWD models to start delivering to the US at the end of this year (2022)

I asked if they had any idea what time frame I would be expecting, considering I am pretty deep into the reservation #''s (25xxx).

She responded:
"Reservations will go by area not reservation number."

She was not sure if deliveries were going to start on the east or west coast.


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Just got a call from a Nissan rep.

They were calling mostly to inform me about the increase to the MSRP and the "discount" we get for making a reservation.
They let me know that they were expecting FWD models to start delivering to the US at the end of this year (2022)

I asked if they had any idea what time frame I would be expecting, considering I am pretty deep into the reservation #''s (25xxx).

She responded:
"Reservations will go by area not reservation number."

She was not sure if deliveries were going to start on the east or west coast.


Thoughts?
Look at this site: NMCC:本船スケジュールのご案内 and use browser tool to covert to english. You can find the Nissan Motor Car Carrier fleet and then get the ship name and track it at Free AIS Ship Tracker - VesselFinder. They have schedule for West and East Cost.
 

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Just received a call from a Nissan USA rep to inform me similar information about the reservationists' discount to retain the original MSRP and delivery of my FWD Evolve+ by end of this year without a specific month. My reservation# range is 39xxx (last few before close of reservation), and my selected dealer is in SoCal/West Coast.
 

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Thanks (Z)I looked at Cargo Ships, it shows 11 arriving in Los Angeles, Oct 1 to 12/19, 24 ships for east coast. Each ship can carry 6-8000 cars. But 6000+ is average. Interesting info not sure how to translate and how many are Ariya but interesting topic ,thanks
 

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Thanks (Z)I looked at Cargo Ships, it shows 11 arriving in Los Angeles, Oct 1 to 12/19, 24 ships for east coast. Each ship can carry 6-8000 cars. But 6000+ is average. Interesting info not sure how to translate and how many are Ariya but interesting topic ,thanks
My dealer (in southern CA) just contacted me.

He said that they are expecting a demo "for a couple days" for customers to test drive. Maybe that's what is in that shipment?
 

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Here's the most recent shipping schedule
https://wtc-nmcc.com/pdf/sch_na.pdf

Some ships are already hitting East/West coast ports, but it looks like they have them staggered deliveries throughout the rest of the year. I would guess that east/west coast dealerships (Seattle/Portland/LA/San Diego/New York/Baltimore/Jacksonville/Miami) will get stuff sooner than Midwest/Southern states since those will have to be shipped via rail and then truck to those dealerships.
 

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Here's the most recent shipping schedule
https://wtc-nmcc.com/pdf/sch_na.pdf

Some ships are already hitting East/West coast ports, but it looks like they have them staggered deliveries throughout the rest of the year. I would guess that east/west coast dealerships (Seattle/Portland/LA/San Diego/New York/Baltimore/Jacksonville/Miami) will get stuff sooner than Midwest/Southern states since those will have to be shipped via rail and then truck to those dealerships.
I am still trying to find the ship's manifest. This would list the actual cargo being carried. I know the Port of Tacoma is a prime spot as the marshaling yard is less than 1/4 mile from when the cars roll off the ship. The yard is large and has car carrying train cars stacked on about 6 side railings waiting to load cars for rail transport to the middle of the USA.
 
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