I wouldn't touch a signature- too much to go wrong. You will basically have to change the whole driveline (battery, RDM etc) to have a reliable car. Finding one that has been completely updated may be tough. Go for a higher vin car with a decent amount of miles. 2xxx should be more reliable but YMMV. Either way plan on setting aside at least 5-10k in case something goes wrong.Been reading forum for a few days now and seriously considering joining karma family. I think Signature models were among the first karmas sold and I have a few questions:
1-what are differences between Signature model and Eco Sport and Eco Chic models?
2-since Signature models are the ones with lower VIN #, are they the ones most likely to have various glitches, problems and battery issue?
3-if this is the case can someone help me check if I provide VIN # on history of repairs and updates?
4-any other additional info on Signature model would very much appreciated?
Am so impressed how you all help each other to solve problems that honestly it's what gives me confidence in purchasing one considering warranties are not being honored.
Main difference is the SIG's have an exclusive silver mirage color (only 100 made). Basically silver wind with a goldish hue. The interior has Henrik's signature on the front glass along with the # out of 100. Also the interior is a special monsoon tri-tone that couples a dark brown with cream vs black with cream on the normal monsoon's.
Post the VIN here and I will try to find out some information on the vehicle. There are other people that can also look up this information as well. Once again I think it would be foolish to go for an early vin car at this point.
You can read up on all the differences between the trim models here: