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Hi Guy's (and girls) .
I am a new member of this forum.
We own a fisker now since april this year and did around 9000 km with the car.
Apart from things that do not work (solar panel, horn etc) we have experienced no big problems with the car (yet)
Driving the car is fun - managing it's system is a nightmare. Not a user-friendly interface on the touchscreen and a deadslow computer behind it!
I realize I have bought a cult car and a a future collectors item.
I am having problems getting in and out parkings without damaging the wheels since the car is wider than some of the narrow exits at the barrier.We use it on a daily basis together with other cars.
 

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Welcome to the family. You will enjoy it for many years to come. People in the forum are wonderful and helpful. Please post photos when you have a chance ;-)
 

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I am having problems getting in and out parkings without damaging the wheels since the car is wider than some of the narrow exits at the barrier.We use it on a daily basis together with other cars.

Wouldn't worry about the wheels too much. I, (and my wife) already damaged three of them for the same reasons you stated. Found a company in Florida that will repair them at your home in about 2 hours. He charged me $75.00 per wheel, and at the end, although not perfect, the damage was not noticable. Money well spent.
 

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Hi, new to the forum, well actually have been reading postings but never was able to post. Thanks to the Mods for getting that worked out. Live in SoCal, love the Karma, just not all the associated "inconveniences" with ownership. Had an accident last year, and it took about 3 months to ship a new door from Finland and get it all repaired. Guess I am lucky it didn't happen this year. #winning. Thanks to everyone for their insight and helpful info.
 

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I join others who say this is the best car we've ever owned. Welcome!
 

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Hi Guy's (and girls) .
I am a new member of this forum.
We own a fisker now since april this year and did around 9000 km with the car.
Apart from things that do not work (solar panel, horn etc) we have experienced no big problems with the car (yet)
Driving the car is fun - managing it's system is a nightmare. Not a user-friendly interface on the touchscreen and a deadslow computer behind it!
I realize I have bought a cult car and a a future collectors item.
I am having problems getting in and out parkings without damaging the wheels since the car is wider than some of the narrow exits at the barrier.We use it on a daily basis together with other cars.

hey dude i am also new here and i own fisker since july and did just 1000 km hardly with this car.Welcome here on this forum
 

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Hi, I am new here but have driven my Karma in Sweden (there may be some 20 in total in Sweden) for one year now (about 1,100 km) without any significant issues. I have simply re-started the car once in a while (orange engine warning light on for no apparent reason, the AC going wild or showing wrong outdoor temp, or the center display just showing the logo with no connection to underlaying functions). In short: This is by far the best car (so far) I ever had. I am proud to own one.:)
 

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I am new here and have just bought my car with 350 miles. looking forward to meeting others and getting to know my car better with all of your help.
 

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I am new here and have just bought my car with 350 miles. looking forward to meeting others and getting to know my car better with all of your help.
Congratulations and welcome. It is very safe to say that, one way or another, driving a Karma is far from boring.

When you get a chance, please post a few pictures of your new Karma, and let us know where you hail from and how you came to own a Karma.
 

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Hi, I am new here but have driven my Karma in Sweden (there may be some 20 in total in Sweden) for one year now (about 1,100 km) without any significant issues. I have simply re-started the car once in a while (orange engine warning light on for no apparent reason, the AC going wild or showing wrong outdoor temp, or the center display just showing the logo with no connection to underlaying functions). In short: This is by far the best car (so far) I ever had. I am proud to own one.:)
Well said! I couldn't agree with you more.
 

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Hello.
I am a new member of this forum.
I just received my Karma Eco Sport 2000 miles Black/Black last friday from
Fisker & Rolls Royce dealer in Montreal.
Realy like the car so far .
Computer have some buzz , Only 2 language set up English and Spanish.
Like to add French language.......
I was looking for that model for the past 2 years waitting for a deal.
Thank's
 

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I like the Karma so much , done 1000k on the first week no problem yet.
The car is Confortable , Low noise , Good radio , Good seat etc ..
I almost forget my Slow computer , So So Bluetooth and cheap rear video Cam.
Tomorrow specialist install 2 240v charger 1 at home 1 at office :)
..... I am a little bit scared this is my first car without any waranty .....
Also cannot find any winter tire I need at least 2 complete kit .Here in Quebec the street are so bad during winter it is normal to cut in a hole at least one tire per 2 weeks lol.
Thank's
 

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I like the Karma so much , done 1000k on the first week no problem yet.
The car is Confortable , Low noise , Good radio , Good seat etc ..
I almost forget my Slow computer , So So Bluetooth and cheap rear video Cam.
Tomorrow specialist install 2 240v charger 1 at home 1 at office :)
..... I am a little bit scared this is my first car without any waranty .....
Also cannot find any winter tire I need at least 2 complete kit .Here in Quebec the street are so bad during winter it is normal to cut in a hole at least one tire per 2 weeks lol.
Thank's
I am near Toronto and have snow issues although not to the extent as you folks in Montreal. Lormax did some testing originally in the winters in Minnesota and said that with the weigh and weigh distribution, the Karma performed very well. This does not take into consideration the clearance issue and our Canadian ice patches. I did not "snow tire" my Karma as I drive it selectively in the winter. Enjoy this wonderful ride.
 

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Yes, in my opinion the car performed quite well during our winter testing out in Minnesota. The test vehicles were on the snow tires though. I don't recommend the 22" factory tires for those conditions at all.
 
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