The 31kWh Coda can deliver 88 miles per charge on average, but depending on driving habits, it can be driven up to 125 miles on one charge.
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The Coda is powered by a lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) battery pack that comes with a 10-year, 100,000-mile limited battery warranty.
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The Coda features active thermal management system, which provides constant battery care by keeping the battery pack at its optimum temperature in hot and cold weather conditions.
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The Coda has 6.6kW onboard charging capability that provides a full charge in about 6 hours on 240-volt (Level 2 EVSE) charging.
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In California, federal and state tax savings and credits could bring the price down to $27,250.
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The first 500 units come with limited-edition features to signify that the EVs are among the first Codas to hit the road.
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