Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Ola S1 Pro Electric Scooter Selling At Discount Of Rs. 10,000

Ola electric scooters are one of the most well-known brands in the segment. When it was first introduced to the market last year, the electric scooter created quite a stir. There were several factors that contributed to the popularity of Ola electric scooters. A brilliant marketing team and appealing pricing meant that everyone in the country was aware of this product. The Ola electric scooter has always been in the news for a variety of reasons, and this time around, Ola is offering a festive season offer on the S1 Pro scooter, with a Rs 10,000 discount.

Ola Electric has made the discount available on their website. Not only are they offering a Rs 10,000 discount, but there are also other appealing offers. Ola Electric is offering a discount on their scooters for the first time. The Ola S1 Pro electric scooter, which was launched at Rs 1.40 lakh ex-showroom, is now available for Rs 1.3 lakh ex-showroom after a discount. Ola announced the festive season discount on their social media profiles. The current discount of Rs 10,000 is valid until October 5, Dussehra.

To take advantage of the discount, interested buyers should visit Ola’s official website and book the scooter. Because there are no physical dealerships for Ola scooters, all bookings must be made online. This offer is currently available only on the S1 Pro electric. This offer does not apply to the recently released S1. Apart from Rs 10,000 off, Ola is also offering a zero processing fee on loans (subject to customer profile), a reduced interest rate of as low as 8.99%, and Rs 1,500 off on a 5-year extended warranty. Ola electric scooters have always made headlines. Ola electric scooter, like any other new product on the market, has encountered some issues.

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Many cases have occurred in the past where the scooter stopped responding or reverse gear was engaged while the rider was riding it forward. The scooter’s fully digital touchscreen instrument cluster also stopped responding at times. There have even been reports of scooters catching fire. The customer service was also subpar, and many people who own an Ola scooter can still be seen online complaining about problems with their scooter.

A 4kWh lithium-ion battery pack powers the Ola S1 Pro electric scooter. It takes approximately 6.5 hours to fully charge the batteries and has a claimed riding range of 180 kilometers. Customers have ridden for 200 and 300 kilometers on a single charge. Bhavish Aggarwal, CEO of Ola Electric, had even given away Ola S1 Pro scooters to two customers who had traveled 200 kilometers on a single charge in their Ola scooter. Ola is currently developing an electric vehicle. They released teaser images of their upcoming electric car a few months ago. Along with that, Bhavish shared a couple of videos of the concept on Twitter. Ola’s all-new electric vehicle will be unveiled officially in 2024.

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