Will A Free GE WattStation Charge Station Get You To Buy A CODA?
Just a month after introducing their “free miles” program in October, which saw customers of any new 2012 electric CODA get a $552 rebate off the cost of the car to cover the expected cost of electricity, CODA has introduced a new incentive to buy.
Free charge station with purchase.
CODA Automotive is now offering California residents who purchase a new 2012 CODA electric vehicle between now and December 2nd, 2010 a free GE WattStation™ Wall-MountLevel 2 EV charger. That offer includes a home assessment with installation of said charger (provided it is installed by Mr. Electric for under $800). CODA puts a total value of $2,000 on the program.
About the CODA:
The company says that the “new” 2012 CODA is the “first all-electric five-passenger, compact sedan with full rear seating and trunk space that meets American drivers’ daily transportation needs without an ounce of gasoline”
- Range: The 31kWh 2012 CODA mileage vehicle features an EPA rated combined range of 88 miles per charge. Depending on driving habits and other factors, it can be driven up to 125 miles on a single charge, nearly four times the average daily commute
- Chaging: A 6.6kW onboard charging capability provides a full charge in less than six hours on 240 V (Level 2 EVSE)
- Battery Technology: The CODA sedan is powered by a Lithium-iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) battery pack with an 10-year, 100,000-mile limited battery warranty
- The CODA has an active thermal management system provides constant battery care to help optimize the battery pack’s performance in hot and cold weather conditions
The CODA is available in California, and has a starting MSRP of $37,250, of which the full $7,500 federal credit can be applied. In California, the CVRP program brings that price down to $27,250 before this promotion.
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