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Looking for a late build, high VIN, low mile, no stories, LAGUNA Karma? This is your chance to own a real Unicorn!

Legend has it that only 77 Karmas in the world were painted in the Laguna color. It'll be *at least* another year (if ever) before Wanxiang produces another Karma and who knows if this color will be repeated.

VIN: YH4K14AA2CA002602. YES, 2602.

Mileage: 4,600. No accidents, no stories, no weird noises.

1 Owner, bought at Fisker Santa Monica and only ever driven in Southern California.

Being a very late VIN#, means this Karma had all of the early production problems corrected prior to delivery. This Karma has NEVER thrown any warning lights and works perfectly.

The upgraded Command Center (CIU) SW is already installed.

The interior is called "Black Sand" (black microfiber along with black leather). The headliner is a cream alcantara.

Lormax serviced this car in December 2013 and gave it a clean bill of health.

Registered in CA through February of 2015.

If you want a Laguna, this is quite possibly the only one on the planet for sale. All books, sticker, brochure, manuals, original 110V charger (working) go with the car. No disappointments. This is as good as Karma ownership can get.

Reason for selling: I have been active on Fiskerbuzz and I love this car. However, I'm ready for something new and in order to do so Wifey says something has to 'go'. :/

Price: $82,900 (as listed on cars.com).

Please contact me with questions and/or to schedule a viewing.
 

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If I could convince my Wifey I'd buy it! As it is we're having to figure out what to do to make room for her i3 when it arrives. Good luck with the sale. Please let us know when it's sold, and if you're willing, what you ended up selling it for. Price discovery is hard to come by for Karmas! Of course, yours is probably the rarest and most valuable to ever change hands!

Brent
 

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Wow Sandy - surprised you're selling! I thought you'd be one of the ones to keep it for a long while.
 

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Thanks Brent and SoCalGuy. Yah, I've really wrestled with this decision. Love the car and would keep it if I could (but happy wife = happy life). :^)
 

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Basically identical to mine, except yours does not have the chip where they slipped when taking the car off the delivery car-carrier. :s

(Local dealer was going to replace that part, but at this point who knows if that will ever be possible...)
 

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Water intrusion fix has been completed on this car as well.
Not to mention the "noisy nuts" fix, thanks to Lormax!

Oh yah, I have those sweet carbon fiber looking stickers installed on the foam crash pads up front (behind the grill) too.
 

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Some folks wanted to see interior pics. Here you go - taken this morning.

Note: The fabric really absorbs the light from the camera flash (and the leather bounces it). Fear not, the interior looks like one solid black color in real life.

You also get a sense of the updated CIU software in "night mode" from a few of the pics.

All PMs have been replied to. Thanks all.

PS Mileage is 4,773. Oops, I guessed wrong when I wrote the post. Sorry.
 

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I actually like what the interior looks like in the photos...though it wouldn't work at all with a Laguna car if it really did look like that.

I'm so tempted to buy your Laguna and sell mine (which has had some issues), but I'm fairly wedded to my Glacier Eco-Chic interior.
 

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I actually like what the interior looks like in the photos...though it wouldn't work at all with a Laguna car if it really did look like that.

I'm so tempted to buy your Laguna and sell mine (which has had some issues), but I'm fairly wedded to my Glacier Eco-Chic interior.
I do like your Galcier EcoChic interior!

Are you sure you don't want a fraternal twin for your Laguna? :^)

I suppose it wouldn't be an impossible task to buy mine and swap interiors. Maybe Lormax can give you a quote on that! :idea:
 

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I do like your Galcier EcoChic interior!

Are you sure you don't want a fraternal twin for your Laguna? :^)

I suppose it wouldn't be an impossible task to buy mine and swap interiors. Maybe Lormax can give you a quote on that! :idea:
Hmmmm...I'll send a private message to Lormax.

Question...how many miles do you usually get on your battery if you have a full charge?
 

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Hmmmm...I'll send a private message to Lormax.

Question...how many miles do you usually get on your battery if you have a full charge?
To be perfectly honest, I'm not sure. I don't commute and rarely drive beyond the battery range before charging up.

The car has a full charge now...I'll go for a 'mileage run' in the morning and report back.
 

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Here are the results.

45.6 miles traveled on a single full charge.
Ambient temp ranged from 62-66dF
Drove in Stealth / Hill 2
Mixture of surface streets (quite hilly in spots) and Interstate (again, hilly) on the return trip.
Drove as close to speed limit as possible at all times.
1 Adult passenger (me) weighing 180 lbs.
Full tank of gasoline.
Stopped about half-way for brunch (yum).

She's a good egg, I tell you!
 

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Here are the results.

45.6 miles traveled on a single full charge.
Ambient temp ranged from 62-66dF
Drove in Stealth / Hill 2
Mixture of surface streets (quite hilly in spots) and Interstate (again, hilly) on the return trip.
Drove as close to speed limit as possible at all times.
1 Adult passenger (me) weighing 180 lbs.
Full tank of gasoline.
Stopped about half-way for brunch (yum).

She's a good egg, I tell you!
. No Eggo's for breakfast?
 

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Here are the results.

45.6 miles traveled on a single full charge.
Ambient temp ranged from 62-66dF
Drove in Stealth / Hill 2
Mixture of surface streets (quite hilly in spots) and Interstate (again, hilly) on the return trip.
Drove as close to speed limit as possible at all times.
1 Adult passenger (me) weighing 180 lbs.
Full tank of gasoline.
Stopped about half-way for brunch (yum).

She's a good egg, I tell you!
That's GREAT mileage!
 
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