Ola Electric Rolls Out Rs. 15,000 Benefits and Discounts Across S1 Range

Save with Ola Electric's S1 e-scooter deals: discounts, cashback, and free Ola Care+. Offer ends June 26, 2024

Indian two-wheeler giant Ola Electric is offering benefits on its S1 e-scooter range worth Rs. 15,000 for a limited time. These deals are part of the ‘Ola Electric Rush Campaign’ and include discounts, cashback, exchange bonuses, and other perks.

Ola Electric is giving a discount of Rs. 5000 on the Ola S1 X+ and offering up to Rs. 5,000 cashbacks on credit card EMI purchases. You can receive an exchange bonus of up to Rs. 5,000 when buying the two-wheeler using credit card EMIs. Additionally, the automaker is offering a Rs. 5,000 cashback on loans from specific banks.

That’s not it. The Ola S1 Air and S1 Pro electric scooters also receive benefits. They come with a free Ola Care+ subscription valued at Rs. 2,999, which includes services like yearly comprehensive check-ups, service pick-up and drop, theft protection, and roadside assistance.

Moreover, you can get cashback of up to Rs. 5,000 on specific credit card EMIs during the ongoing promotion. The Rush campaign ends on June 26, 2024. You can participate in the campaign by visiting the Ola Experience Centre or through the brand’s official website.

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Prices of Ola S1 Range

The most affordable Ola Electric scooter is the S1 X, priced at Rs. 74,999. It offers three battery options: 2 kWh, 3 kWh, and 4 kWh.

Next in line is the Ola S1 X+, which costs Rs. 89,999. Following that is the Ola S1 Air, priced at Rs. 1.05 lakh. The most expensive model in the range is the Ola S1 Pro, which costs Rs. 1.30 lakh. Not that all prices mentioned are ex-showroom prices.

The company expects the new offers and benefits to continue boosting its sales. Ola Electric currently holds a 49% share in the electric scooter market. Also, it is preparing to launch its initial public offering (IPO) soon.

In addition, the brand unveiled four electric motorcycle concepts in August 2023. And now, it plans to release them by the second half of 2025.