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These two electric scooters created panic in India, with a driving range of 115km

Best Electric Scooter to Buy: While new companies are making their presence felt in the Indian electric vehicle market, the ever-increasing trend of people towards EVs is looking for better driving range and charging infrastructure. Last year, many new manufacturers launched their vehicles in the two wheeler EV space. In which emerged more prominently. So if you too are looking for a great electric scooter, then this article is for you. In this article, we are going to tell you about the range and price of both these scooters. So that you can easily choose the better option for yourself.

Ola Electric Scooter:

First of all, let’s talk about the electric scooter Ola launched in India on the day of Independence Day. The Ola S1 gets a 2.98 kWh non-removable battery, while the S1 Pro gets a 3.97 kWh unit. The company claims that they offer a riding range of 121 km and 181 km respectively on a full charge. Apart from this, these scooters also get the option of a portable home charger. At the same time, the top speed of Ola S1 and S1 Pro is 90 kmph and 115 kmph respectively. Talking about the price, the price of Ola S1 has been fixed at Rs 99,999 and the price of S1 Pro electric scooter has been fixed at Rs 1,29,999. It is to be noted that these prices are all state ex-showroom (all states) including FAME II subsidy. However, these do not include state subsidies.

Bounce Electric Scooter:

The new Bounce Infinity E1 electric scooter gets a removable 2 kWh lithium-ion battery. In this, the company has used 1.5 kW electric motor, which generates power of 2.9hp and peak torque of 83 Nm. Talking about speed, it is capable of catching 0-40 kmph in 8 seconds. At the same time, its top speed is 65 kmph. The company claims that the Infinity E1 electric scooter can run up to 85 km on a single charge.

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