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What do you think about the offer by official Fisker representative in Germany / Frankfurt ?

They still have 4 Fiskers for sales...
http://www.mobile.de/modellverzeichnis/fisker/karma.html

Regularly its a Volvo garage... are they well experienced with Fiskers ? - How many have been sold to Europe/Germany ? - It seems the Frankfurt company is part of the Swiss concern "Emil Frey Group" who is the exclusive import trader for Germany-Switzerland-Austria (As their website is only in German and French, I take this link: http://www.sauberf1team.com/en/partner/premium-partner/emil-frey-ag/ ).

Are these offers between 69-89,000 Euros (78,200-108,600 US dollars) heavily overprized as I see in the US market Fiskers for lower than 50,000 US dollars (e.g. http://www.ebay.com/bhp/fisker-karma ) ?
 

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If you are looking to buy one of the cars, I would negotiate the price vigorously, using the research including eBay you referred to.

When I bought my car in 2014, the dealership in Chicago was "asking" about $90K, but I paid nowhere near that.

If they don't make you a deal, it could be worth the effort and cost to import one from the US.
 

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If you are looking to buy one of the cars, I would negotiate the price vigorously, using the research including eBay you referred to.

When I bought my car in 2014, the dealership in Chicago was "asking" about $90K, but I paid nowhere near that.

If they don't make you a deal, it could be worth the effort and cost to import one from the US.
was this a second Fisker bought in 2014? I remember you being one of the original owners?
 

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I bought mine in 2012 at Fisker in Düsseldorf, who are also a subsidiary of the Emil Frey Group.

I must tell, that these guys are taking good care of their customers and I definitely recommend them!!!!
The only stuff they charged me was a gas bill for using the loaner (Eco chique) and for storing the winter/summer wheels.

They even seem to have a wise spare parts policy, so I got all I really required. .... and they even fixed my battery!

If you count this at the sticker price, it's worth it.
 

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was this a second Fisker bought in 2014? I remember you being one of the original owners?
I was an original owner, but a late one. I bought from a dealership, and they were making deals to move the cars. Big deals. And I got the $7500 credit. The reason my join date is way back in 2012 is that I was a depositor on the Atlantic.
 
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