If you’ve been out of the loop with Consumer Reports’ recent purchase of the new Fisker Karma plug-in hybrid, check out the following articles:
- Report: Fisker Karma dies during Consumer Reports test
- Report: Fisker Karma back in Consumer Reports fleet with new battery
- Fisker CEO says that the Karma ‘performed exactly as it was design to’ during Consumer Reports issue
Now, after all the troubles the new Karma has caused Consumer Reports, the publication has released a video of its first couple days of ownership.
Check out the Top 10 things you need to know about the Fisker Karma.
Consumer Reports discovered that a bunch of of Karma owners have been reporting their own issues with their new and expensive plug-in hybrids. Issues range from things such as the Karma needing a new differential after less than 1,000 miles of driving, the car shutting itself off at 35 mph and some issues with the shifter.
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“Once the kinks are sorted out, we look forward to putting the Karma through our complete test program to see how well the car performs as a plug-in extended-range electric car, as well as eye-catching luxury transport,” Consumer Reports said.
Hit the jump for the video to learn more.
- By: Omar Rana
Source: Consumer Reports