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Rs 10,000 off on Ola S1 Pro e-scooter with 180 km range till Diwali

Ola Electric, one of the largest electric two-wheeler companies, has extended the discount offer of Rs 10,000 on its S1 Pro electric scooter till Diwali. The company had earlier given this discount till Dussehra. Ola Electric claims that this offer has been extended due to high demand. The company is also offering a discount of Rs 1,500 on the extended warranty package of five years.

The price of Ola S1 Pro is approximately Rs 1.40 lakh (ex-showroom). After the discount, it can be bought for Rs 1.30 lakh. To avail the discount, customers need to click on the Festive Offers tab on the Ola Electric website. After this, the S1 Pro will get the option to buy at a discounted price, around Rs 1.30 lakh. This e-scooter has an ARAI certified range of more than 180 kms in a single charge. However, it is claimed to be around 170 kms in actual conditions. It has a top speed of 116 kmph and can accelerate from 0 to 40 kmph in less than three seconds. It has a 4 kWh lithium-ion battery which takes about 6 hours and 30 minutes to charge.

The company has launched electric scooters in the international market. sell Has also prepared. The company said that the sale of its S1 and S1 Pro scooters will be started in Nepal soon. For this an agreement has been signed with CG Motors in Nepal. The company said that these scooters will be available in Nepal from the next quarter. After this, the company can expand in Latin America, ASEAN and Europe. Bhavish Aggarwal, Founder and CEO, Ola said, “Our expansion abroad signifies India’s role in the growth of the company as well as in driving the EV segment in the world.”

He said that India will have to make a big contribution to take the electric vehicle segment to the next level. The company recently announced its electric four-wheeler project. The company introduced e-scooters last year. manufacturing and plans to make electric cars by 2024. The company had shelved its plans of listing on the stock market earlier this year.

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