The battle for the most affordable electric vehicle (EV) in Australia rages on, with the GWM Ora now taking the title… at least temporarily.

    GWM Australia is currently offering a $4000 discount on all model year 2023 Ora small electric hatchback variants that are ordered and delivered before March 31st.

    This means the entry-level Ora Standard Range has reclaimed the title of the cheapest EV in Australia for a short period of time, after losing it to the MG 4 in mid-2023 and then later the BYD Dolphin.

    The $4000 limited-time discount applies to the recommended retail prices of all MY23 GWM Ora variants.

    That doesn’t necessarily mean a $4000 reduction in drive-away pricing, given on-road costs vary from state to state. However, in most states and territories the drive-away saving still works out to be approximately $4000.

    If you’re interested in a GWM Ora, CarExpert can help you find one and connect you with the right dealer. Click on this link for more information.

    Until March 31, 2024, all MY23 GWM Ora variants have the following drive-away pricing:

    2023 GWM Ora Standard Range

    • ACT: $36,638 (-$3968)
    • New South Wales: $37,044 (-$4001)
    • Northern Territory: $36,656 (-$4000)
    • Queensland: $37,550 (-$4000)
    • South Australia: $38,230 (-$4000)
    • Tasmania: $38,247 (-$2380)
    • Victoria: $38,583 (-$3983)
    • Western Australia: $39,003 (-$3924)

    2023 GWM Ora Extended Range

    • ACT: $42,638 (-$3968)
    • New South Wales: $43,044 (-$4001)
    • Northern Territory: $42,656 (-$4000)
    • Queensland: $43,670 (-$4000)
    • South Australia: $44,470 (-$4000)
    • Tasmania: $44,487 (-$2140)
    • Victoria: $44,835 (-$3983)
    • Western Australia: $45,717 (-$3924)

    2023 GWM Ora Ultra

    • ACT: $45,638 (-$3968)
    • New South Wales: $46,044 (-$4001)
    • Northern Territory: $45,656 (-$4000)
    • Queensland: $46,730 (-$4000)
    • South Australia: $47,590 (-$4000)
    • Tasmania: $47,607 (-$2020)
    • Victoria: $47,961 (-$3983)
    • Western Australia: $49,114 (-$3925)

    2023 GWM Ora GT

    • ACT: $48,638 (-$3968)
    • New South Wales: $49,044 (-$4001)
    • Northern Territory: $48,746 (-$4000)
    • Queensland: $49,790 (-$4000)
    • South Australia: $50,710 (-$4000)
    • Tasmania: $50,727 (-$1900)
    • Victoria: $51,087 (-$3983)
    • Western Australia: $52,383 (-$3924)

    All prices are drive-away

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    Jack Quick

    Jack Quick is an automotive journalist based in Melbourne. Jack studied journalism and photography at Deakin University in Burwood, and previously represented the university in dance nationally. In his spare time, he loves to pump Charli XCX and play a bit of Grand Theft Auto. He’s also the proud owner of a blue, manual 2020 Suzuki Jimny.

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