Fisker Ocean Sport Completely Sold Out

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, Automotive Editor - May 15, 2024
2024 Fisker Ocean

While Fisker quickly approaches bankruptcy, the automaker continues to find ways to stay afloat. In a good bit of news, Fisker recently announced that the 2023 Ocean Sport is officially sold out and that the automaker has opened three new dealer partner locations. These include Newport Fisker in Orange County, CA, Fisker of San Jose in San Jose, CA, and Belford Fisker of Belford, N.J. Interested shoppers will be happy to hear that remaining Ocean Extremes and Ultras have become more affordable.

Shoppers who can find a 2023 Fisker Ocean Extreme or an Ocean Ultra on sale will be able to purchase the electric SUV without paying the lofty $2,438 destination fee. Fisker’s decision to waive the destination fee comes after hefty price reductions for the Ocean before the end of March.

As a quick recap, Fisker dropped the base MSRP of the Ocean Sport by $14,000 to $24,999, midlevel Ocean Ultra by $18,000 to $34,999, and range-topping Extreme by $24,000 to $37,499. It looks like the price cuts worked for Fisker, as all of the base 2023 Ocean Sport SUVs have been accounted for. We should point out that Fisker didn’t build many Ocean Sport models to begin with, but it’s still good news for the automaker.

2024 Fisker Ocean Dashboard

With the addition of three new dealer partner locations, Fisker now has a total of 15 “partner locations and distributorships” in the U.S. and territories. This should give shoppers a few more locales to get their Oceans serviced while the automaker is still in business.

Seeing Fisker add some new dealer partner locations is odd because the automaker seems to be on its last leg. Fisker’s Austrian subsidiary, Fisker GmbH, recently filed for bankruptcy earlier this month. Additionally, Magna International, the auto manufacturer that has a contract to build Ocean SUVs for Fisker, announced that it would stop building the electric SUV at the beginning of May.

While shoppers can score a great deal on the Fisker Ocean, purchases should be considered extensively. Numerous outlets have reported issues with the Ocean, the dramatic price cuts have left owners upside down on loans, and without constant production and an extensive network of centers, getting parts and service for the electric SUV will be difficult.

Pictured: 2024 Fisker Ocean

Source: Fisker

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, Automotive Editor

Based out of the Washington, D.C. area, Joel Patel is an automotive journalist that hails from Northern Virginia. His work has been featured on various automotive outlets, including Autoweek, Digital Trends, and Autoblog. When not writing about cars, Joel enjoys trying new foods, wrenching on his car, and watching horror movies. 

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