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CODA Automotive Puts a Free Fueling Station in Customers' Garages
The All-Electric Car Company Continues to Offer Savings and Convenience by Providing Free Home Charging Solutions to Consumers
By: PR Newswire
Nov. 16, 2012 04:14 PM
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- CODA Automotive, a leading developer of all-electric vehicles, today announced it is offering California residents who purchase a new 2012 CODA electric vehicle (EV) a complimentary home GE WattStation™ Wall-Mount Level 2 EV charger, plus a home assessment and installation* of the charger conducted by Mr. Electric. The incentive, which is available at CODA dealers across California, features CODA Automotive's preferred charger and charger installation partners. CODA's Free Home Charging Station promotion, a value worth approximately $2,000, will run through December 2, 2012.
"Being able to completely fuel your CODA at home from empty to full in less than 6 hours with our partner's GE's WattStation charger is a convenience that every owner should be able to enjoy," said Thomas Hausch, CODA Automotive senior vice president of sales, marketing and aftersales. "By eliminating these upfront costs of EV ownership and concerns about charging infrastructure, CODA is continuing its commitment to fulfilling its mission of putting an electric vehicle in every garage. When consumers realize that owning an EV provides significantly lower running costs, gives them full access to the carpool lane, allows them to avoid high gas prices forever and enjoy federal and state tax incentives of up to $10,000 in California and more – going electric today is an effective and fun solution."
While public electric vehicle fueling locations are increasing every day, a study conducted by the California Center for Sustainable Energy shows that 91 percent of plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) owners in California have installed a residential charger; the US Department of Energy's Vehicle Technologies Program finds three out of four owners still primarily charge at home. A Level 2 EVSE enables customers to top off or recharge quickly by simply plugging in their EV when they come home. In addition to leaving home 'full' everyday, EV drivers are not subjected to the fuel inflation that gas- or diesel-powered car drivers experience. GE WattStation Wall-Mount chargers should also add to a home's value, and its smart grid-enabled technology will support accessing lower electricity usage rates over time.
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:
CODA's Free Home Charging Station promotion is comprised of a giveaway of an GE WattStation Wall-Mount EVSE and point-of-sale rebate for the EVSE installation*,available for California residents from CODA dealers through December 2, 2012. Consumers can contact a CODA dealer for test drives and more information: CODA Los Angeles; CODA of Silicon Valley; Fladeboe CODA in Irvine, Calif.; and Marvin K. Brown CODA San Diego.
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* Based on a standard Mr. Electric price of $99 for home assessment and Standard residential installation of $699. A standard install is defined by the following conditions:
SOURCE CODA Automotive
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