Today is the anniversary of the delivery of my Fisker Karma. Given all that has gone on over the last twelve months, it seemed fitting to observe this occasion with both optimism and caution for the future.
Not me. I have an EcoSport and the leather is holding up very well. Sorry.i'm new to the forum/ I also had my first year anniversary on 1/28/2013/ although happy with the car , I made the mistake of getting the Ecostandard/the interior material is of poor quality and its damaged with normal use. i've been having problem with this for the past 8 month , and as of yet they have not repaired or replaced the problem areas. does any one else have this problem?
Congratulations! And wishing for many Karmaversaries to come.Today my Karma is one year old. It's currently at the dealers getting its 10,000 mile service and some minor issues taken care of. I have no regrets and love driving my Karma. I use it as my daily driver and my family and my carpool loves the car too. Looking forward to many more Karmaversary's. I obviously keep my cars for a long time as I bought my 1966 Pontiac Le Mans Sprint new and I still have it in excellent running condition. It's kind of a hybrid too as it can run on gasoline or propane (I almost never use gasoline).
Congrads welcome to the club. Did you buy the one at Anaheim mitsubishi?i just bought an ecostandard and it came with a few little holes in the leatherette- I agree it seems thin, but Im planning on having a guy come patch repair it- will let you know how it goes. the advantage is the leatherette, at least on my bmw, is so easy to clean and is supposed to last longer than leather...but not sure about this one because does seem a little thinner. worst case scenario could always have an aftermarket place reupholster..but I know, thats a big hassle