BYD is a Chinese automaker that manufactures a variety of cars, including electric automobiles (EVs). The BYD Atto 3 is one of the company’s EV models available in Australia. This article breaks down the cost of the BYD Atto 3 standard version in each state of Australia, including state incentives and rebates that can decrease the final purchase price.
- ➤ BYD Atto 3 Price in Australia’s Various States
- ➤ Electric Vehicle Incentives and Rebates from States
- ➤ BYD Atto 3 Standard cost after EV incentives & Rebates
- ➤ Conclusion
- ➤ References
BYD Atto 3 Price in Australia’s Various States
The table below shows the typical drive-away price of a BYD Atto 3 standard version in several Australian jurisdictions, including state taxes and fees. This atto 3 comes with default white paint, 18” AlloyWheel, Two-tone interior. (Note: Table data is subject to change. Up to date: 4 May 2023).
|State||Standard Drive-Away Cost||Local Stamp Duty||Local Registration||Local CTP||Local Plate Fee|
The table shows that the standard drive-away cost of a BYD Atto 3 ranges from $49,112.92 (*New South Wales) to $52,029.75(*Western Australia)in different states of Australia.
Electric Vehicle Incentives and Rebates from States
Australia’s Federal, State, and Territory governments have implemented different incentives and rebates to encourage EV adoption. These rebates and incentives may dramatically lower the EV cost, making it more accessible for customers. Check this article for detailed EV incentives offered by states, territories and the federal government.
The BYD Atto 3 standard version is eligible for all state and federal rebates only if you have purchased or used an EV on or after July 1, 2022.
BYD Atto 3 Standard cost after EV incentives & Rebates
Now, let’s calculate the cost of BYD Atto 3 in each state after considering the EV incentives.
In New South Wales1: $49,112.92 – $3000(NSW rebate for first 25,000 EVS) – $556(Claimable Registration fee discount) = $45,556.92
In Australian Capital Territory2: $48,677.55- $108(Claimable Registration fee discount) = $48,569.55
Note: For ACT, Two years’ free registration for BEVs and FCEVs from May 24, 2021, until June 30, 2024. older EVs are eligible for 20% off in rego fees.
In Western Australia3: $52,029.75 – $3,500(WA rebate for first 10,000 EVS) = $48,529.75
In Northern Territory4: $48,657.65 – $91(Claimable Registration fee discount annually) = $48,566.65
In Queensland: For Household earning less than $180k as of April: $49,705.20 – $6000(QLD rebate for first 15,000 EVS) – $72(Claimable Registration fee discount) = $43,633.2
For Household earning more than $180k as of April: $49,705.20 – $3000(QLD rebate for first 15,000 EVS) – $72(Claimable Registration fee discount) = $46,633.2
In South Australia5: $50,585.99 – $3000(SA rebate for first 7,000 EVS) – $369.33(Claimable Registration fee of new EV discount for first 3-year) = $47,216.66
In Tasmania6: $48,610.92.
In Victoria7: $50,839.35 – $3000(VIC rebate for first 20,000 EVS) – $100(Claimable Registration fee discount annually) = $47,739.35
In summary, the BYD Atto 3 Standard in various Australian states after accounting for EV subsidies and rebates. The price of the automobile varies by state. BYD Atto 3 Standard costs the cheapest in Queensland, where families earning less than $180,000 can buy it for $43,633.2 after deducting the $6000 QLD rebate for the first 15,000 EVS and the $72 claimable registration fee discount. The EV is the most costly in Western Australia, with $48,529.75 after deducting the $3,500 WA rebate for the first 10,000 EVS.