GWM announces key enhancements for Ora range

With shipments of GWM’s new Ora now coming into Australia, the car maker has taken the opportunity to introduce a range of upgrades, and a price drop. The changes include the introduction of a new Ultra variant.

Over and above the Standard and Extended variants, it grabs a hands free tailgate, panoramic sunroof, six-way memory front seats with a massage function, and a heated steering wheel. Fitted with a 63kWh ternary lithium battery, it’s good for 420km.

Also on offer for buyers of any Extended, Ultra or GT Ora is a free home wall charger (for orders placed before 30 September (or until stock runs out)). It can be connected to single phase power, has RFID security protocols, and can charge any type 2 equipped EV car.

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The final piece of the puzzle is a range wide price drop. Offered as a drive away package, the GWM Ora Standard kicks off at $40,606 in the ACT, up to $42,927 in WA, with all other States and Territories sitting in between those two.

The Extended starts off at $46,606 in the ACT, through to $49,641 in WA. For those interestetd in the new Ora Ultra, you can pick one up for $49,606 in the ACT, or $53,039 in WA. The range topping GT is priced at $52,606 in the ACT and $56,307 in WA.

More details on the specs across the range can be found in our previous story on the launch of the GWM Ora range in Australia. All GWM Ora models come with a 7-year unlimited kilometre warranty and 5-years capped price servicing.

To find out more, contact your local GWM dealer. If you’re keen on one and need finance, talk to CreditOne.

Dylan Swan
Dylan Swan
IT specialist who loves all things adventure and anything with wheels. Someone who loves a challenge and saying yes to new opportunities.


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