@Joefisker, obviously this is entirely your call, but it seems like a drastic solution. As Fisker issues go, the 12V battery is usually not a crippling problem and replacing the 12V battery with a new one, although more complicated than in other cars, can be done by someone other than a Fisker specialist.Not because I want to, but because I have to. Have had some 12v battery issues and I don't have the time or energy to deal with uncertainty. I will miss truly miss her.
I am not planning on selling my Karma, but I do see the logic of going through Carmax or a dealer to avoid any issues with the new owner who may not be as understanding of the nuances of the car as you are.I understand his position, its kinda painful with a car with such a attention grabber, which gives check engine light on and off. Also some freezing and rebooting of the system at akward moments. I guess you have to take the good with the bad with such a unique ride. Also as i was in the car business for 9 yrs he probably got 49k-54k Carmax appraisal with @ 22k miles. Carmax then will retail it for 69k. Which "Joe" may or may not choose to disclose (Which he really should to help the FB community) . If it were me i would just market mine as a unique must have rare car, and sell it locally to someone who will appreciate this masterpiece. If i can bring myself to part with My Karma.
Not sure if that was a typo, but if you meant "got CLOSE to 50K", then I'd say you did pretty well given that Carmax pays wholesale prices, not retail (and also given that I paid a retail price not much more than that over a year ago).Holy shi$! I did. Got lose to 50k. I took the $$$ and ran as fast as I could.