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Finally something concrete about vehicles actually arriving! Are these customer cars though or is one a demo?
 

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Thank you for posting the pictures. I drove by last night at around 8:30pm and didn’t see any Ariya on the lot. Must have arrived today.

I hope to be able to upgrade my wheels. I don’t like the copper color hubcaps. Is the other style wheels a 20”? I was told the 20” wheels are only forAWD version.

Mine is Ariya Evolve + in White Pearl and light gray leather seats …..
 

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Thank you for posting the pictures. I drove by last night at around 8:30pm and didn’t see any Ariya on the lot. Must have arrived today.

I hope to be able to upgrade my wheels. I don’t like the copper color hubcaps. Is the other style wheels a 20”? I was told the 20” wheels are only forAWD version.

Mine is Ariya Evolve + in White Pearl and light gray leather seats …..
Sorry, I don't know anything about the 20" wheels.

Linda at Tustin Nissan thinks that all of the early cars may be Premiere, since the three that arrived today are all Premiere.
 

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I hope to be able to upgrade my wheels. I don’t like the copper color hubcaps. Is the other style wheels a 20”? I was told the 20” wheels are only forAWD version.

Mine is Ariya Evolve + in White Pearl and light gray leather seats …..
I would think the gray wheel covers would be available, but when they might be in stock is another question. There was another wheel style I saw from European reviews, open spoke wheels. May not be available in the US, at least for now.
 

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I would think the gray wheel covers would be available, but when they might be in stock is another question. There was another wheel style I saw from European reviews, open spoke wheels. May not be available in the US, at least for now.
i think the other gray style wheels (non copper color hubcap) are 20”. The copper style hubcaps are for 19” wheels. Perhaps I’ll swing by at Tustin Nissan tomorrow to confirm (if the car has them)
 

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Thanks for sharing!

Anyone else notice that the Final Assembly Point says “Los Angeles”?

I thought the car was built in Japan, but perhaps Nissan is doing some final assembly at the port to allow the vehicles to qualify for the IRA tax credit?

I don’t see a VIN on the Monroney Label; does it happen to start with a “1”?

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Thanks for sharing!

Anyone else notice that the Final Assembly Point says “Los Angeles”?

I thought the car was built in Japan, but perhaps Nissan is doing some final assembly at the port to allow the vehicles to qualify for the IRA tax credit?

I don’t see a VIN on the Monroney Label; does it happen to start with a “1”?
I noticed the final assembly point too, and thought it was interesting. However, there was still a sticker on the front windshield showing final assembly point as Kaminokawa, Tochigi, Japan.

The VIN is on the Monroney. I blacked it out and will let the new owner decide whether to disclose it or not.

The first character of the VIN is "J", for Japan.

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I noticed the final assembly point too, and thought it was interesting. However, there was still a sticker on the front windshield showing final assembly point as Kaminokawa, Tochigi, Japan.

The VIN is on the Monroney. I blacked it out and will let the new owner decide whether to disclose it or not.

The first character of the VIN is "J", for Japan.

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That is very interesting. Thanks for posting the photo with additional information.

Maybe each automaker is different, but I always thought the parts content was included in the Monroney details. Now that there are two separate Final Assembly Points, I guess which one you follow (and which is valid) could determine whether the vehicle qualifies for the tax credit.

(although the Ariya Premiere is noted on the government’s fuel economy website)
 

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That is very interesting. Thanks for posting the photo with additional information. Maybe each automaker is different, but I always thought the parts content was included in the Monroney details. Now that there are two separate Final Assembly Points, I guess which one you follow (and which is valid) could determine whether the vehicle qualifies for the tax credit. (although the Ariya Premiere is noted on the government’s fuel economy website)
I noticed the final assembly point too, and thought it was interesting. However, there was still a sticker on the front windshield showing final assembly point as Kaminokawa, Tochigi, Japan. The VIN is on the Monroney. I blacked it out and will let the new owner decide whether to disclose it or not. The first character of the VIN is "J", for Japan.
Your effort at discretion is appreciated, but the VIN is on the Tustin Nissan website, for all three Ariyas. They are made in Japan and will be treated as such for the purposes of the tax credit.
 

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Your effort at discretion is appreciated, but the VIN is on the Tustin Nissan website, for all three Ariyas. They are made in Japan and will be treated as such for the purposes of the tax credit.
Good find -- thanks for that info. I didn't realize that they would be posted on their website.

They took the cars to the back to be detailed. Linda said that they would then be put in the showroom for the weekend so people can check them out before they are delivered to the new owners on Sunday.
 
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