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Coda Cars brings Sedan EV back at ‘substantial discount’

Proving once again that final acts in the EV world are rarely 100-percent, you know, final, check out this bit of surprising news: The Coda Sedan is back. Sort of.

The original Coda Automotive company, after declaring bankruptcy, shifted to become a grid energy provider. An announcement on the new Coda Cars website says that two organizations, Club Auto Sales and Ready Remarketing, have bought the leftover stock of Sedan EVs from Coda and will now “offer them for sale at a substantial discount.” How much? We put that question to Rick Curtis, a former Coda dealer and the man behind Ready Remarketing. “I can’t disclose the price on the full vehicles because we don’t want to upset the market for the current owners,” Curtis told AutoblogGreen, but he did say, just like the website, that the leftover EVs are available at a “substantial discount.”

One glider, without a battery pack or BMS, is available for $7,500

Curtis said he and his partners bought 150 vehicles from Coda, 100 gliders and 50 full vehicles. Eleven of those 50 are export models with the bigger batteries (36 kWh vs. 31), so they are not legal for use in the US. The 36-kWh pack cars can be used on private campuses or sold overseas, however.
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