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USA: CODA Automotive Uses Mr. Electric For Its EV GE WattStation Charging Station

When it comes to electric cars, EV, CODA has one alternative that should please many in terms of range and everyday use, and now with a favored GE WattStation charging station installation partner, Mr. Electric.

CODA Automotive just named its favored electric service and repair company Mr. Electric as its preferred provider of electric vehicle supply equipment installation services, EVSE. Choosing Mr. Electricity was based on its 20 years of experience in electrical installation and repair services throughout the U.S. and Canada, where it has proven to be a reliable partner. The deal will allow Mr. Electric to offer a complete experience for new EV drivers with consultation and installation services of your CODA electric vehicle’s charging station.

About CODA. For those of you who don’t know CODA Automotives yet, the EV start up was founded in 2009 with an impressive team of engineers. With Miles Rubin, Founder & Chairman Emeritus at the helm, the team consists of Steven “Mac” Heller as the Executive Chairman and Philip Murtaugh as its CEO, as well as John Bryson, Alan Chesick, Lord John Brown, James McGinnis, Daniel Weiss, Niall Davis, as Directors. You might recognize the name Miles Rubin as the person behind the Miles Electric Vehicles that successfully imported and distributed Chinese electric cars that took campuses by storm in the US.

Technically Speaking. The CODA is an impressive car in many ways. I had a chance to test drive it a while back and found it to be zippy yet comfortable and yet again, the perfect solution for urban to suburban use. The body of the car is from China but the CODA Automotive team really put a lot of work into it. The EV is powered with 31 kWh lithium ion iron phosphate, LiFePO4 battery pack stated to go 88 miles, all inclusive city and highway. Last time I spoke with the company’s engineers, they told they achieved over 100 in some cases. Back by a 3-year, 36,000 mile limited warranty and 10-year, 100,000 mile limited warranty for the battery system, the car makes for a good sedan option for those wishing to drive electric. Obviously at $37,250, the EV will appeal to early adopters but all incentives included, the price drops down to around $30,000, which makes


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