Pune, 07 November 2023: During this Diwali season, various motor vehicle manufacturers are rolling out enticing offers on their motorcycles and scooters. Among them, Ola Electric has unveiled a series of substantial discounts on their scooters, presenting customers with six compelling deals. These special offers have been introduced with the aim of attracting a wider customer base, encouraging more people to invest in Ola Electric vehicles. The most substantial discount comes with the purchase of Ola’s electric bike, where customers can enjoy a generous discount of up to Rs 7,500. Additionally, the package includes perks such as zero processing fees, attractive bank offers, and a convenient no-cost EMI plan. Moreover, Ola Electric is extending an attractive interest rate of 5.99% for those looking to finance their electric bike, enabling flexible and budget-friendly installment options.
Furthermore, Ola Electric is facilitating an exchange bonus offer, providing customers with the opportunity to receive a maximum discount of up to Rs 5,000 when they trade in their old bike for a new one. For those interested in extending the warranty of their Ola Electric vehicle, the company is offering an enticing 50% discount on warranty packages. Additionally, Ola Electric is running a promotion where customers have a chance to win a scooter every day, adding an extra layer of excitement to their Diwali offers. Notably, Ola’s S1 Air stands out as the best-selling scooter in their lineup. Priced at Rs 1.30 lakh (on-road in Delhi), it is available in a single variant and comes in a choice of six different colors. With a weight of 108 kg, the S1 Air boasts a powerful motor generating 2,700 watts of power.
The Ola S1 Air offers three battery options, including 2 kWh, 3 kWh, and 4 kWh variants. These batteries provide impressive ranges, with the 2 kWh battery delivering 95 km, the 3 kWh battery offering 125 km, and the 4 kWh battery extending the range to 165 km. The company asserts that the scooter can reach a top speed of 95 kilometers per hour, ensuring both efficiency and performance for riders.