They also have slightly lower EPA-rated electric ranges.
The Ford has a 6.6-kilowatt charger like the Coda, whereas the Leaf's 3.3-kW charger will take twice as long for recharging.
The Mitsubishi i-MiEV minicar is also all-electric, and less expensive, but its 62-mile range is a show stopper for many.
The Chevrolet Volt blends a 38-mile electric range with unlimited travel using its gasoline range extender, while the Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid adds a small amount of electric range (6 to 11 miles) to its well-known Prius hybrid hatchback.
None of the competitors offer quite the package the Coda Sedan does, but they're all better built and come from known automakers that will clearly be around 10 years hence.
|2012 Coda SedanBrowse Used Listings||2012 Chevrolet VoltBrowse Used Listings||2012 Ford Focus ElectricBrowse Used Listings||2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEVBrowse Used Listings||2012 Nissan LeafBrowse Used Listings||2012 Toyota Prius Plug InBrowse Used Listings|
|35 MPG City / 40 MPG Hwy||51 MPG City / 49 MPG Hwy|
|N/A||Electric/Gas I4||Electric||Electric||Electric||Gas/Electric I4|
|N/A||Compact Cars||Compact||Subcompact car||Midsize||Mid-size|
|N/A||5-Door HB||5-Door HB||4-Door HB ES||4-Door HB SV||5-Door HB (SE)|
|N/A||Front wheel drive||Front Wheel Drive||Rear Wheel Drive||Front Wheel Drive||Front Wheel Drive|
|N/A||Hatchback||Hatchback||4 Door Sedan||4 Door Hatchback||5 Door Liftback|