After giving the Fisker all of my patience, I simply ran out of it. My Fisker is/was a beautiful example, well cared for with low miles. I dutiful did all the updates by driving twice to a Service center that was 4 hours away. The pesky check engine light never really did go away and my Fisker was found to have the dreaded 2 cells bad battery modules. Now these are $2000 each and there is more.....
The unreliability of the CIS was something you simply ignored when it didn't work. Never mind the utterly useless nav functions (*I used my phone for all of NAV.) there were too many items that lead me to believe that this car was released too early to the public and the issues will never be truly resolved. I simply like things that work. The Fisker fell flat on too many occasions.
I will say that the ride, style and interior was breathtaking and those are the high marks. Unfortunately, to use this car daily is just not practicle given the low confidence you have in it's ability to function in just the basics. In the end, it was hard to say goodbye to an idea that I embraced but couldn't use. I have in it's place purchased a 2015 BMW i8 used with only 41 miles on the clock. It is as new and it will take a while for the learning curve. Suffice to say the cost difference is great but the functionality is astounding. At an average of 76-140 MPGe it's something I can live with. I do hope that Karma actually goes through with the Revereo,(sp) and the Karma marque will live on in a more reliable fashion.
To all who have a Fisker, I say do enjoy this wonderful car.