I am pretty sure the 2022 won't have a CVT.The spy shots make it look like a Citadel. Still the same old crappy CVT. Fool me once...
Bluetooth streaming was available in the 2015 model, you just didn't get the right trim level.Nissan needs to step up there technology. Its terrible seeing how still in my 2015 I don't have bluetooth streaming or a touch screen and my 2013 escape had all those features and some. Hopefully the new pathfinder fulfills all of these grievances owners have had with the R52. The vehicle itself is great IMO, it just needs a few perks to make it perfect.
I purchased my pathfinder at auction and bluetooth streaming wasn't a deal breaker for me since it was replacing a 1990 Toyota Corolla DX which didn't even come with a tape player when I purchased it, only AM/FM. I assumed since it was a 2015 and my older vehicles had this feature it would have come standard with such a nice vehicle like the PF (boy was I wrong). But, till this day it isn't a big issue since I resolved this for less than $10.I don't mean to be rude but didn't you know your PF didn't have that option before you bought it?
When it comes to accessories and equipment is totally up to the buyer to purchase the trim level that has the features that are important to them or even buy a different vehicle if that particular brand doesn't have what they are looking for. You don't like it, don't buy it.
I hate to see people buying a lower trim level and then struggle to add features that were available one or two trim levels up. This is why it is so important to do your homework and investigate before buying, test driving a vehicle should also never be skipped.
Nissan offered 5 different trim levels in 2015 (in Canada):
The last two offered audio streaming via Bluetooth.
- SL + Tech Package
When I bought mine I made a list of features that were a "must have" and then a "nice to have", this played heavily on why I bought a Pathfinder and not a Highlander, the SL+Tech offered everything I wanted and to get that on the Highlander I had to go for the top of the line (Limited), which was about 20%-25% more expensive than the PF.