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Ola Electric recently started deliveries of its Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro electric scooters and the Indian start-up company is gearing up to expand its network. The company has now announced that the Ola S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters will soon be available for its customers in cities like Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad and Vishakapatnam.
As of now, Ola Electric has delivered its S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters in Bengaluru and Chennai, and the company even organised a special event for its first 100 customers in both cities.
Customers can still pre-book the Ola electric scooter on their website by paying the pre-booking amount of Rs 499., and speaking about pre-bookings for Ola electric scooters, the Indian start-up company received an overwhelming response with 1 lakh+ pre-bookings within the first 24 hours.
Ola Electric went live on August 15, 2021, and customers who pre-booked the Ola electric scooter by paying the pre-booking amount could book the Ola electric scooter by paying Rs 20,000. After payment, the company will give a date for making the full payment.
To make the full payment, Ola Electric also provides financial assistance through its Ola Financial Services (OFS), and according to the company, its customers can avail the 'best-in-class' finance options from its Ola Financial Services.
For providing 'best-in-class' financial assistance, Ola Financial Services (OFS) has tied up with India's leading financial services like IDFC First Bank, HDFC Bank and TATA Capital.
As per the schemes from Ola Financial Services, the lowest EMI scheme starts from Rs 2,999 for the Ola S1 and Rs 3,199 for the Ola S1 Pro variant.
According to official figures, the Ola S1 can cover 121 kms on a single charge, whereas the Ola S1 pro can manage 181 kms.
Both Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro come with a wide variety of features such as keyless app-based access, digital instrument cluster, cloud connectivity, alloy wheels, disc brakes, telescopic front suspension, LED headlights and many more.
The Ola S1 is powered by a 2.98kWh battery pack, whereas the Ola S1 Pro uses a larger 3.97kWh battery pack. However, both scooters use near-identical electric motors.
Despite the similarity in electric motor used in S1 and S1 Pro, their performance is slightly different as the Ola S1 Pro is slightly faster with an official 0-40 kmph time of seconds and a top speed of 115 kmph. Whereas the same feat in Ola S1 takes 3.6 seconds to 40 kmph and could manage a slightly lower top speed of 90 kmph only.
We believe this difference could be associated with the fact that the Ola S1 Pro comes with 'Hyper Mode' that allows the user to extract additional performance from the scooter.
One of the interesting features of the Ola electric scooter is the large 50-litre under-seat storage, which is almost twice as large as most scooters available in India.
Thoughts About Ola Electric Scooters
With prices starting at just Rs 99,000, Ola Electric has the potential to attract a lot more customers under its roof. Apart from that, Ola Electric scooters would appeal to office commuters who have a definite running on daily basis.