Nissan Pathfinder Forum banner
21 - 40 of 41 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
13 Posts
...I got the light grey two toned interior in my 22 pathfinder. It’s beautiful!
Congrats!! One of my big disappointments w/the '23 selection...they dropped Gray Semi-analine...now, only offer Chestnut or Black two-toned for the Platinum trim and Light Gray leather for SL.

For me, Platinum overruled SL trim, so I ordered Chestnut. Wife has black leather in her car and looks nice but always feels dark/closed in. Plus, difficult to keep from showing dust/dirt.

Fingers crossed they don't downgrade the 12.3" digital dash and make it the second compromise on my selection. If so, I'm on the fence re./cancelling my order.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
4 Posts
I do like black too. Besides dust it also gets hot. They did do a nice job with stitching. Can’t believe they dropped the light grey! Platinum should have the most options.
Maybe you can find out if they fixed the passenger seat issue on the 23. I haven’t gotten spacers yet but it does bother me.
 

·
Registered
2022 SL AWD Build Date Mar 2022
Joined
·
226 Posts
The SL and Platinum both get 10 way power passenger seat in 2023. Won’t let me post a link but Nissan finally released details today and it’s been hidden on their site for a few days now in the 2023 brochure
If this is true - then we really were 'screwed' with the 2022 passenger seat. My 2022 SL (as others have said), has an unimaginably low passenger seat, which cannot be adjusted up or down!!
Nissan is really rubbing our noses in it by equipping the 2023 SL with that improvement.
Shame on them!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
11 Posts
If this is true - then we really were 'screwed' with the 2022 passenger seat. My 2022 SL (as others have said), has an unimaginably low passenger seat, which cannot be adjusted up or down!!
Nissan is really rubbing our noses in it by equipping the 2023 SL with that improvement.
Shame on them!
At the risk of being yelled at, I think this actually shows Nissan is listening to customer feedback. Biggest complaint I see tends to be that passenger seat, and they made an effort to correct it on some upper trims. I think we should be applauding Nissan for acknowledging us.
 

·
Registered
2022 SL AWD Build Date Mar 2022
Joined
·
226 Posts
You make a good point Apex! Sadly, we'll never know if they actually heard the complaints or, just discovered their error on their own.
However, even if they are listening - what would truly demonstrate that would be if they offerred an upgrade or retrofit for the 2022 owner.
No yelling here - don't sweat it!
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
11 Posts
You make a good point Apex! Sadly, we'll never know if they actually heard the complaints or, just discovered their error on their own.
However, even if they are listening - what would truly demonstrate that would be if they offerred an upgrade or retrofit for the 2022 owner.
No yelling here - don't sweat it!
Unfortunately i think that’s the curse of a first model year - small details that get overlooked. It would be nice if they had a way to retrofit, although I think it would be a pretty pricey fix unless they recalled but I’m not sure how likely that would be. We happened to just start shopping for a pathfinder recently so haven’t been able to get our hands on a 2022. The one we put a deposit on still hasn’t shown up, but a 23 is coming next week so planning to snag that instead. But with the price increase and now a “captains chair option” we are looking at paying $2k more for that adjustable seat!
 

·
Registered
2022 SL AWD Build Date Mar 2022
Joined
·
226 Posts
I hear you, Apex! Good for you grabbing a '23!! I did notice the distinct price difference between the '22's and '23's, and sometimes, especially with the pandemic and the the new car shortages, the dealers are ramping up their own pricing, even with the MSRP increases. They like to call it a 'market adjustment!' PLEASE!!:eek:
I never expected my Pathfinder to come in but, when it did, I didn't think the dealer would honor the MSRP which we agreed to when I ordered the car. Amazingly, he did honor it but, as dealers go, he still tried all sorts of dealer day-of-sale tricks. Because I was not in a hurry, and was able to stay calm, I caught every single one and held him accountable. Still, the car, ordered December 6 2021, wasn't delivered and ready for me to pick it up until March 30 2022!
 

·
Registered
2022 SL AWD Build Date Mar 2022
Joined
·
226 Posts
Well, although we probably agree we shouldn't have to pay to fix it, assuming the new 23 year parts fit the 22 year, maybe an upgrade we can do ourselves. Hopefully it's just the rails, bolts and covers? 🤞
This would be sensational, DRK-PTHFNDR - I sure hope that might work for all of us!
In the meantime, I am currently working with a NISSAN consumer affairs specialist.
Check out the latest here: Passenger Seat Too Low
Posts #131 and #133.
If all of us started calling them, this really could snowball...
800.647.7261 #7,#1
 
21 - 40 of 41 Posts
Top