CODA Gives You 10,000 Free Miles
These days, you can take your pick when it comes to what matters most to you with electric cars. For some, its range, while others its price, still for many interior room and style are important also. Today, all of these are achievable, but only one per electric car. Confused? If you look at all electric cars currently on the market, you will notice manufacturers claim their EVs excel at one thing. Ford’s Focus Electric is the most fuel efficient, the Nissan Leaf is the first on the block, the Daimler Smart ForTwo EV is the cheapest, and CODA has the best range. Essentially, anyone can find at least one electric car that answers his or her primary concern. So how do you find the right middle when it comes to electric cars?
CODA Raises The Ante. CODA has just raised the stakes in order to make its electric car even more attractive. The Californian startup is offering at its point of sale an instant rebate it claims is equal to what you’d pay in electricity charges to drive the CODA for 10,000 miles. Indeed, this $552 rebate is CODA’s estimation of 10,000 miles of free fuel, which you can add on top of the price it costs you to drive a gasoline or diesel car when making your calculations. The numbers are based on EPA and AAA figures that can be calculated into saying driving 10,000 miles approximately costs you $1,723 nationally and $2,000 in California.
EV Drivers Fear No Gas Hike. Herein lies the sweet spot at the moment for electric car makers. EV drivers are not tributary to incessant gasoline price hikes. What this translates to is not worrying how much your gasoline budget will set you off, since the price of electricity has been fairly stable and even on the downturn. Just to reassure you, the last 20 years have shown average gas prices has always gone up while the average home electricity prices have gone down. If you’re still scared electricity prices might go through the rough, there are plenty of solar panel companies that can lease them to you.