:fisker: Please post any issues/or none you experienced during your first 1,000 miles of driving your NEW FISKER KARMA :fisker:
A quick tip that I read and thanked the person who wrote it. If you make a blutooth cell phone call, you don't even have to let the call connect, the beeping will stop without having to shut off the car.ufojoe said:Just a proximity sensor that was stuck beeping until I turned off the car. Otherwise, pure bliss...
I totally agree. We're very happy with the second car. I just wish we didn't have to be testers. For the price of the car, it needs to work flawlessly and have features compared to other sedans priced at $110k.Dutch said:It looks like the second Karma has much less (serious) issues, more comporable to what others (and me) are experiencing. I think many of these issues will be solved with 6.15 and further updates. The problems with your first car sound more serious and may have been hardware related.
Yes, they offered to buy it back. Our local dealer is very good. They have gone above and beyond our expectations time and time again.WOJO said:Do you think that dealer would have given you money back for the 1st Karma? After all it was a used car? If so then would that be a full price you paid?
I am glad you did too ffcars!ffcars said:Yes, they offered to buy it back. Our local dealer is very good. They have gone above and beyond our expectations time and time again.WOJO said:Do you think that dealer would have given you money back for the 1st Karma? After all it was a used car? If so then would that be a full price you paid?
I'm glad I took the second one because it's been great! I love the car and put another 250 miles on it yesterday and today.
Voltdire?MArkansas said:The only problem I have experienced is the check engine light. I've never had a women in my life with less bugs. There is a reason why cars, trains, planes and ships are typically named after women. I'm completely happy with my Karma. Just haven't come up with a name yet.
What became of your first Karma, the one with the "cheese touch"? Are they using it as a demo, or trying to sell it? Hopefully, it's now a demo. :huh:ffcars said:OUR FIRST KARMA: (Had it in our garage for about 8 days out of about 30 days we had it.)
- PDNR problems and wouldn't move without a hard reboot and it didn't always work. This left my wife stranded at one of our kids school until the car decided to accept her 3rd hard reboot.
- Check engine light.
- Losing preset stations.
- Speedo freeze.
- The trunk wouldn't open one time for a full day; even after a hard reboot. Glad we didn't have milk in there!
- The easy entry/exit would work sometimes, but not always.
- I lost the sound system a few times after an update.
- Sometimes the rear doors would pop open when the hood closed.
- The body panel did not fit very good. All the doors were not aligned, the hood had a dip by the right front fender, the trunk had big gaps---worse than any production car I've ever seen in the past 5 years.
- Many features in the control panel don't work.
Our "last straw" Karma was after leaving it the dealer for a week or more to load new software, and the sound system wouldn't work when I went to pick it up. After the car had stranded my wife, I just told them I didn't want this car any more. Instead of getting my money back, I agreed to try another Karma so we waited about 3 weeks for another one.
I don't know. I think they were trying to get Fisker to buy it back. If they couldn't get Fisker to buy it back, they were going to go completly through the car to see what's causing the issues (ground, hardware, etc).matrix said:What became of your first Karma, the one with the "cheese touch"? Are they using it as a demo, or trying to sell it? Hopefully, it's now a demo. :huh: