Coda Automotive may be dead, but if you still want to own one of these electric sedans, or need spare parts, here’s just the chance you were waiting for.
A bankrupt EV startup repurposes for the grid.
Coda Automotive out of California, hoping to make ends meet through its electric sedan, instead finds itself sadly entering the electric car dead pool.
The electric car maker Coda continues to spiral downward, and it’s already being referred to as leading mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti’s “Solyndra.”
Green Car Reports takes look at how at least one of Coda’s dealerships has dramatically shaved the price tag of this all-electric sedan.
Coda Automotive continues to struggle in the California electric car market, recently announcing layoffs even as its vehicle stumbles in crash rating safety tests.
For a limited time California electric car company Coda Automotive is offering a free level 2 electric vehicle charger for those who buy one of its EVs.
Venerable automotive magazine Motor Trend has nominated scrappy electric vehicle start up Coda Automotive as one of its Car of the Year nominees.
Coda Automotive, trying to drum up sales of its electric car in California, offers up a $552 point of sale instant rebate, dropping the vehicle’s price below $26,700.
Green Car Reports takes a look at a recall for electric car maker Coda that stems from improperly installed side-curtain airbags.