I agree with ffcars, having a brand new car (at any price) stranding your wife is very serious. If Fisker doesn't sort these issues soon, they should freeze all sales until they can deliver a functional and reliable car. I'm afraid if this continues, it will destroy the brand and doom the company. While most of us on this forum understand and "may" accept some early-adopter bugs/inconveniences, the large majority of buyers will not. Lemon laws, litigation, and bad press will result... and Fisker will be buying back a lot of cars. Rushing the car to market may cause more pain than gain for Fisker. I hope they have engineers working around the clock to resolve these many issues, because I really want them to succeed... but for the first time, I'm beginning to worry.ffcars said:...My wife is pissed! She doesn't want to drive some POS loaner car. We paid for the Fisker 3 weeks ago and have gotten to use it for 6 days.
She told me tonight that if they can't fix the car quickly they need to buy it back. I think she's had enough of this adventure.
The car is cool and drives great. I can deal with software issues. But I can't deal with a car that leaves my wife stranded. That's not going to work. What if my kids were with her?