Consumer Reports was doing speedometer calibration on the Fisker Karma before undertaking the road testing when the car quit operating during . The Dealer was called and hauled it away. Consumer Reports said: “We buy about 80 cars a year and this is the first time in memory that we have had a car that is undriveable before it has finished our check-in process”.
Fisker says the vehicle is operating at the Dealership
Consumer Reports said: “We encountered other problems with a Karma press car that visited the track for a few hours, and we have heard of problems at press events. In addition, we see that some owners are experiencing a variety of issues, as evidenced by forums such as FiskerBuzz.com.
When we get the car back, we’ll film a First Drive video with our more traditional initial impressions. But so far, Fisker ownership is proving to be a bumpy ride”.
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