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Not yet sold and already getting more expensive. What happened to the prices of the new Chinese? - Walla! vehicle


The new Chinese tram has not yet been launched, but the importer has already updated its prices upwards in reports to the Ministry of Transport

Funky Cat.

If the prices are maintained, it will be the cheapest electric family car on the market (photo: manufacturer's website)

A few weeks ago we published the first details for the start of marketing of the ORA Funky Cat, the small electric car of the popular brand from the Chinese company Great Wall, which will be imported as a car, which already sells Hyundai, Mitsubishi, Mercedes and Genesis models here.

At that time, the prices were NIS 135,000 for the entry version 300, with a 48 kWh battery and an official range of 310 short kilometers, up to a price of NIS 163,000 for the 400 Pro Plus model, which has a 63 kWh battery and a declared improved range of 420 km.

However, as of today, the Car Fed blog revealed, the prices of the model have been updated in the Ministry of Transportation databases.

Now the price is starting at NIS 138,000 for the base version, from where the more equipped 300 Pro Plus version goes up to NIS 150,000 and from there it continues to NIS 167,000 for the 400 Pro Plus and up to NIS 177,000 for the GT trim level added in the meantime.

Marketing as is becoming more and more common in two battery versions (photo: manufacturer's website)

NIS 2,000 for guaranteeing the price and delivery

How much will the funky cat really cost?

Allmobile refuses to commit in the meantime before the official launch next month what the consumer prices will be.

We have already seen importers who reported to the Ministry of Transportation the prices at which the cars were actually launched later, and those who changed them, up and down.

In the meantime, Kalmovil began accepting pre-orders for Ora, for the first 900 cars already in Israel, and they were exempted from tax before the price increase in January.

The orderers will be required to pay NIS 2,000, which will be returned to them and they will ultimately decide not to purchase the vehicle.

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Source: walla

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