And the tit-for-tat price war among entry-level battery electric vehicles continues. GWM has dropped the price of its entry-level Ora hatch models by $5000, meaning the 48kWh Standard Range is now $42,990 and the 63kWh Extended Range $47,990.
When Ora was launched earlier this year it became the cheapest brand-new BEV you could in New Zealand. That status was usurped by the MG4, which opened at $46,990 - $1k less than the Ora.
So GWM's latest price cut restores the Ora's position as the NZ-market BEV-bargain, and by some margin. With the full Clean Car Discount applied, the real-world price is $35,975 for the Standard Range and $40,975 for the Extended range.
Prices for the luxury-focused Ora Ultra and sportier Ora GT remain unchanged at $55,990 and $58,990 respectively. Both still also qualify for the full Clean Car Discount.
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