Ora Good Cat Now To Be Had With A Massive RM 20,000 Rebate

This rebate for an Ora Good Cat is in conjunction with Great Wall Motor’s 1st anniversary in Malaysia. 

Great Wall Motor (GWM) has recently celebrated its first anniversary in the Malaysian market, and to mark this occasion, it has announced for customers who book an Ora Good Cat in November will be instantly granted a RM 20,000 rebate. 

Now it is worth highlighting here that this stunning deal is mentioned to only be applicable for Good Cats of a selected colour, with GWM also not mentioning too which variant exactly of this EV is eligible for this rebate. Though if taking the RM 20,000 rebate at face value, this will see the price of this all-electric hatchback drop to a significantly more appealing RM 119,800 and RM 149,800 for the base 400 Pro and higher-end 500 Ultra trims respectively. 

Aside from the rather vague notions of a rebate, GWM has nevertheless also dangled the chance to enter a lucky draw upon successful booking and registration of an Ora Good Cat by 31st December 2023. The grand prise of this lucky draw is RM 18,888 in cash, with other prizes including a HONOR X9b and Lubar Camping Packages. 

In conjunction with the first-anniversary event celebration too, GWM has partnered up with ARTBOX for ‘two consecutive weekends of fun with the theme of #GoWithMore’. These events will run on November 10 to 12 and November 17 to 19 from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m, with attendees who visit the GWM Booth at ARTBOX in Sunway Pyramid Open Carpark standing a chance to win a lucky draw filled with prizes that include RM2,000 cash vouchers and GWM merchandise.

The Chinese automaker has looked back upon its debut year in Malaysia with pride from launching the Ora Good Cat locally, in addition to unveiling several of its upcoming models at the Malaysia Autoshow 2023 in MAEPS. These new models include the GWM Cannon pickup truck, as well as the Haval H6 and Haval Jolion SUVs. 

This year was highlighted by the rapid expansion of its local dealership network as well, with 8 currently in operation nationwide and 3 more on the way soon.

These locations include:

1. Subang USJ – Superhub Auto Services Sdn. Bhd.
2. Kuala Lumpur (Jln. Ipoh) – CS Kiara Auto Sdn. Bhd.
3. Kuala Lumpur (Sg. Besi) – Yuan Hui Auto Sdn. Bhd. (Coming soon)
4. Puchong – Superhub Auto Services Sdn. Bhd.
5. Serdang – Kuro EV Auto Sdn. Bhd.
6. Bangi – G-Mart Corporation Sdn. Bhd.
7. Seremban – Seremban Victory Credit Sdn Bhd.
8. Penang – CS Euro Auto Sdn. Bhd.
9. Kota Kinabalu – Seni Akasia Sdn. Bhd. (Coming soon)
10. Kuching – YLH Autoworld Sdn. Bhd.
11. Johor – Mjaya Sdn. Bhd. (Coming soon)

Subsequently, this momentous first year of GWM in Malaysia was capped off by the recent signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with EP Manufacturing Berhad (EPMB), which has set the stage for creating a groundbreaking CKD production facility in Melaka. The Chinese automaker aims for this new endeavour to catalyse the domestic manufacturing of its range of SUVs, pickups, and EVs locally, that in turn would then herald a transformative era in Malaysia’s automotive production landscape. 

Mike Cui, Managing Director of Great Wall Motor Malaysia, stated regarding the automaker’s first year in Malaysia, “It is with immense pleasure that we celebrate GWM’s first anniversary in Malaysia. Our unwavering commitment to delivering the best driving experience for Malaysians has been the cornerstones of our success.” 

“Looking ahead, we are excited to share that GWM Malaysia is committed to introducing even more new vehicles tailored to the needs and preferences of the Malaysian market in the coming years. We believe that innovation and customer satisfaction will continue to drive us forward, and we look forward to the exciting journey ahead as we strive to provide the Malaysian community with a diverse range of vehicles that exemplify quality, innovation, and sustainability,” he continued. 

Joshua Chin

Automotive journalist. Professional work on and Personal writing found at Instagram: @driveeveryday

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