Electric car fans may recall the ill-fated Fisker brand and its sexy Karma sedan. With a $100k price tag and concept car looks, the Karma in some ways stood out even more than Tesla’s Model S. Unfortunately, Fisker stopped production of the Karma in 2012, but three and a half years since the last Fisker Karma was produced, there are still plenty of them available – at a more attainable price.


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Car buying sites like eBay Motors and True Car are advertising several used Karmas with prices ranging from the low $42,000 range to the mid-$60k range, which is a steal if you think about how much the Karma cost when it was new. Even better is the fact that most of the available 2012 Karmas still have low mileage, with most of them only having around 10-20,000 miles on the clock.

Related: The Fisker Karma: A candidate for resurrection or DOA?

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Given the fact that Fisker only managed to produce around 2,600 Karmas before it filed for bankruptcy, there’s a significant number of used ones available. In New York alone, a search on AutoTrader shows that at least 58 used Karmas are available.

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Via: Green Car Reports