Fisker Ocean – Everyone Remembers

Fisker Ocean – Everyone Remembers

At the time Fisker filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States, known as Chapter 11, the company said it would now have to conduct a recall on nearly all Fisker Ocean products ever produced.

The campaign applies to 12,523 cars, divided between the United States of America, Canada and Europe.

Fisker is said to have asked dealers to be responsible for the recall, which concerns door handles that can malfunction and make it impossible to open doors. This will be the third recall in June, according to Autonews.

In addition, the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) also has four other ongoing investigations of various types regarding Fisker Ocean.

Ocean: It has become a tradition for Henrik Fisker to face challenges bigger than he can solve.  Photo: Fred Magne Skilbeck

Ocean: It has become a tradition for Henrik Fisker to face challenges that are bigger than he can solve. Photo: Fred Magne Skilbeck
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– A door that can't be opened could prevent people from getting out of the vehicle in an emergency, increasing the risk of injury, a representative said, but he also added that Fisker will replace defective door handles at no cost to the customer.

Meanwhile, deliveries to existing Fisker Ocean are being suspended until the stock trucks are also upgraded.

Fisker has previously suffered badly from partial deliveries of road cars, which has led to insurance companies being reluctant to insure the cars. There are examples of cars being condemned for lack of spare parts, with the policyholder having to pay the value of the car to the insurance company.

Hence we can hope that Fisker will be able to supply the door handles for the 12,523 cars where they need to be replaced.

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