After launching on August 15, Ola Tram went on sale today. Pre-booked customers are eligible to purchase scooters after paying the remaining amount. It is worth noting that the OLA Electric Scooter Sale began on World Electric Vehicle Day.

Highlights Of Ola Electric Scooter Sale:

  • Ola S1 and S1 Pro will go on sale from September 8th on the company’s website.
  • Users who pre-order the scooter will be able to purchase it.
  • Company disclosed financing options, insurance details, delivery schedules and more.

Details of Finance options:

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In terms of EMI, the S1 electric scooter is priced at Rs 2,999 per month, while the S1 Pro electric vehicle is priced at Rs 3,199 per month.

To facilitate bank selection, OLA Electric has connections with major domestic banks such as HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank.

Several leading financial firms such as TATA Capital and Kotak Mahindra Price are also associated with OLA.

Other banks include Bank of Baroda, Axis Bank, IDFC First Bank, IndusInd Bank, AU Small Finance Bank, Jana Small Finance Bank, and YES Bank.

However, if you do not need funding, you can simply prepay Rs 20,000 for OLA S1 or Rs 25,000 for OLA S1 Pro.

The remaining amount can be paid when the company invoices you for the purchase of the scooter.

According to OLA, the S1 and S1 Pro scooters will set new standards in two-wheel electric mobility.

The Ola scooter has an advantage over the competition in terms of acceleration, ease of handling, and a large trunk volume.

Specification Of Ola S1 and S1 Pro:

  • The OLA S1 is equipped with a 2.98 kWh battery with a top speed of 90 km / h.
  • The S1 has a total autonomy of 121 km and is offered in normal and sport driving modes.
  • Meanwhile, OLA S1 Pro has a 3.97 kWh battery and has a range of 181 km.
  • The S1 Pro is offered in Normal, Sport and Hyper modes.

Both scooters can be quickly charged to cover 75 km in 18 minutes the maximum speed of the scooter is 115 km/h.

S1 Pro: 181 km
The Ola S1 Pro will have a 3.97 kilowatt-hour (kWh) battery, have a range of 181 km, and a top speed of 115 km per hour.

It can be fully charged in less than 40 minutes using the fast charger and in about six hours using the portable charger that comes with the scooter and can be installed at home.

S1: 121 km
The cheapest S1 has a smaller 2.98 kWh battery with a 121 km range and a top speed of 90 km/h control.

The scooter is equipped with various functions such as reverse mode, level hold function, drive mode, and cruise control.

Here’s your Ola electric scooter buying guide:

Step 1: Anyone who has pre-ordered any option can re-enter the Ola Electric website to complete the checkout process. Pre-purchase of a unit can also help with priority delivery, but the company notes that the purchase process will only remain open until stock runs out.

Step 2: Choose between Ola Electric S1 or Ola Electric S1 Pro. Then choose from 10 available colors and two matte or gloss finishes. Options that may have been selected at the time of booking are subject to change.

Step 3: Ola provides completely secure online payment channels. The company has also partnered with many financial institutions for lending and options on EMI. Finance is also available with an EMI of £ 2,999 for the Ola S1 and £ 3,199 for the Ola S1 Pro, backed by Ola Financial Services.

Pricing Of Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro:

The highly touted electric scooter is offered in two variants, the S1 and S1 Pro, While the S1 has an attractive price tag of Rs 99,000, and the top-end S1 Pro is offered for sale for Rs 1.29 lakh.

The governments of many states in India are offering various subsidies for the purchase of electric vehicles, which will also apply to OLA electric scooters.

You can order a scooter at a very low price – Rs 499. Refunds if canceled.

OLA Electric Mobility is currently receiving orders from approximately 1,000 countries throughout India.

Since OLA does not have an agent network in India, the company is adopting a drop-to-door model.

To reserve the OLA tram, users must pay Rs 499 on the official website of ‘olaelectric.com’. The OLA tram will only be delivered to booking numbers.

Electric scooter deliveries will begin in October 2021, the company said.

Color Options:

In terms of colors, Ola Electric gives customers the ability to choose from 10 colors, including gold, pink, black, blue, red, blue, gold, silver, gray, and white.

Ola Electric Scooter offers a very practical function for users in reverse mode. In addition, the scooter has a keyless start/stop function.

Competition:

The Ola Electric Scooter Sale will face stiff competition from competitors such as Ather 450X, Simple One, TVS iQube, Bajaj Chetak in India.

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