OLA Scooter EMI Options: The rising prices of petrol around the world including India are not hidden from anyone, in such a situation, driving a motorcycle or scooter with petrol has started getting expensive, so today we are going to tell about a special deal. After this deals, neither there will be a need to go to the petrol pump nor expensive petrol (Petrol Price) will need to be filled. Actually, today we are going to tell you about Ola electric scooter, which you can bring home by paying just Rs 5000 down payment. Let us know in detail about this deal.
Actually, after entering the down payment of this electric scooter present on the Drive Spark website, after calculating the easy installments, we have seen it. According to the website, by paying a down payment of Rs 5000, at an interest of 11 percent, the buyer will have to pay an installment of Rs 2833, which will have to be paid for 60 months.
Features of Ola S1 Pro
The Ola S1 Pro uses an electric motor that generates power output of 8.5 Kw and torque of 58 Nm. The company claims that its top speed is 115 kilometers per hour. This scooter reaches the speed of 40 kilometers per hour in just 3.6 seconds.
Driving Range of Ola S1 Pro
The company claims that its battery can cover a distance of 131 km on a single full charge, which has been claimed by the company itself. Three types of modes will be seen in Ola S1 Pro, which are the options of Normal, Sports and Hyper. Huh. Also, this scooter can be bought in a total of five color variants.
Several scooters of Ola S1 Pro caught on fire
Ola Electric CEO Bhavish Aggarwal, while reacting to the fire in his electric scooter, has said that safety is his top priority. We are investigating it and will fix it. The Ola S1 Pro electric scooter is powered by a 3.97kWh lithium-ion battery. Lithium-ion batteries are mainly used in electric vehicles or electronic devices. In such a situation, most of those vehicles can catch fire, which is not manufactured properly or there is any damage in it. In addition, the software used in the vehicle’s battery may not have been properly designed.