the seat I would definitely ask the fix. The bad fittings to
Another cow bites the dust.Michael said:the seat I would definitely ask the fix. The bad fittings to
No photo's attached.kabalah70 said:Here's some photos of my car taken today at the dealership.
Michael, I noticed the rear bumper fit issue on my white car also. The black is the same, maybe not as obvious. It is hard to believe that Henrik, the Karma Designer, would be proud of the fitting. I don't know the solution to this, but I have other fitting issues (windshield seal) that I will bring it up to the dealer next time I am in.Michael said:the trunk i guess they could fix.
how about rear bumper? as you have written they must make a new mould and will take a while. I dont want to wait for 2013 model.
if i order maybe it would be a good thing to get the fisker dealer confirm they will fix costfree when the new mould is out.
do you think you will notice it so much if the car is black?
Regarding the seat, IMHO, fixing the leather is not really worth the trouble since you are sitting on it and not looking at it very much. I would also be concerned about matching the color exactly if they have to change that panel. If it really bothers you to see it, maybe they can swap that panel with the same panel from the passenger seat directly behind the driver so that you never have to see it. I would just let it be.SoCalGuy said:So guys, here are some photos of the main issues I have with my Karma's fit and finish. Curious on your thoughts (especially those of you who have Karmas now).
The passenger seat. Looked a little more crumpled than the one in the demo. What do you guys think? Should I ask Fisker to fix/replace?
What do you guys think?
Maybe I should ask my dentist brother to see if he can order some Invisilign trays to correct the overbite gradually.brian said:I was thinking about my trunk issues as well, and decided I probably shouldn't touch it because adjusting the lid will probably make it not latch correctly and that would be worse.