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2012 Coda Electric Car Price Slashed to $25,000 By Dealer

Just the Facts:

A Coda dealer in Northern California has slashed the price of five Coda sedans to $24,995.
The savings of more than $13,000 from the car’s original price does not include government and dealer charges, but buyers may be eligible for up to $10,000 in tax rebates.
The sale price puts the Coda in a favorable pricing position compared to its competition.

SANTA CLARA, California — Coda of Silicon Valley has slashed the price of five new 2012 Coda electric sedans to $24,995, a savings of more than $13,000 from the car’s original price. According to the dealer’s Web site, buyers are also eligible for additional savings of $10,000 in federal and state tax rebates.

The dealer notes that the special sale price does not include “government fees and taxes, any finance charges, any dealer document processing charge, any electronic filing charge, and any emissions testing charge.”

The original MSRP of a 2012 Coda sedan was $38,145, including a destination charge of $895. Coda of Silicon Valley currently lists seven sedans on its web site ranging in price from $38,244 to $39,739.


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