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Ola’s great offer, ₹ 10,9999 scooter now available at ₹ 61,999; know the complete list of discounts

If you are willing to buy an Ola scooter then this is the time to grab the deal. Ola has announced an amazing deal that you shouldn’t miss. This time you will get a spectacular discount on Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro. 

Before throwing this offer, the company had also announced to change the front fork of the scooter without any cost, which means it was absolutely free. 

In this offer, the company has announced to sell its scooter at just Rs 61,999 which is actually priced at Rs 1,09,999. At the same time, you can have Ola S1 Pro at just Rs 69,999 which is actually priced at Rs 1,39,999. 


The company has made this strategy to have a command and lead over the E-scooter market.  The market of electric vehicles is expanding day by day and the year 2022 witnessed great growth in the EV market.  

You can have this deal at no-cost EMI. The interest rate is kept at 5.99%. The company has also revealed that customers can buy the scooter at EMI, starting at just Rs 2,199. 

Ola S1 And S1 Pro Discount Offer

Model Ola S1 Pro Ola S1
Ex-Showroom Price 1,39,999 1,09,999
Product Discount 10,000 N/A
Special Discount 5,000 3,000
Maximum Exchange Value 45,000 45,000
Exchange Bonus 10,000 N/A
Effective Ex-Showroom Price 69,999 61,999

Ola On Safety


The discount scheme has launched just a few days ago. But, the company has launched a weekend exchange offer in some selected cities. Before this, the company announced to change in the front arm of the scooter. It was also mentioned that the customers need nothing to pay for it. 

The company has taken this step after receiving complaints on social media over accidents associated with the scooter and its safety. 

What does the company say?


The company took to Twitter to express its words and said, “We assure you that this is baseless. Ola tests each and every component before sending it to the market. Front Arm is also included in this. 

This is tested in extreme conditions, then it is made with complete safety. It is also tested with a heavy load. 

Sources have revealed that the problem is mainly associated with the scooters made between October 2021 and December 2022. The company has also refused to accept it as a recall. 

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The company has expanded its business in Electric vehicles so far. It has got recognition in the market and gained loads of love from users. But, the company has also a long way to cover to take a lead over the market.

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