We did not get the seat chips or 1 remote key fob - later retrofit. We have the HUD though.
My salesman said the seat chips come in randomly, and with no apparent sequence as to who gets the chips first.
It seems like the 2023 Avenir is now optioned differently than the 2022's. The paint colors, 3 years of Onstar, and the tech packages are all rolled up into the price now. The only 'options' I see now are AWD, the premium seat package, and a host of other dealer add-ons.. I thought the seat package was on my car, but no (?!). Based on the reviews on-line, we are not missing anything.
We were looking at 2023 Enclave Avenir's; but for my wife and I, it was just too big. The dealer had 2 Envision Avenirs on the lot: Sapphire Blue and the Garnet Red (both with Beige, no AWD - not much need for AWD in the dry south). We got lucky and the Blue one really had everything we were looking for. When we sat in the blue one, we were like: "this is the one", and stopped looking. 😀
Our salesman told us there are no more dealer exchanges. They all keep their cars, order on weekly allocations, or see if they have cars in their other lots. No one wants to share or trade anymore - unless they pay extra $$$. We were actually waiting on an Enclave 'allocation' to order a 2023 spec'd out how we wanted (then a 2-6 months wait) for a while before we decided to look at Envisions. We had a 2016 Premium II AWD Envision and really liked it, but found the AWD twitchy when turning. We were surprised at the drastic changes from the previous model.