Ola Scooter Suffers from Broken Suspension While in Use

  • Ola electric scooter has been having multiple issues for a long time now.
  • This is yet another latest case where it encountered a broken suspension.
  • Here are the details of this entire episode.

In yet another case of a broken suspension on an Ola electric scooter, the issue just doesn’t seem to end. Ola created a lot of buzz around its electric scooter at the time of its launch. While the marketing campaign was successful in generating a lot of interest among the public, the final product failed to deliver. Although the performance was quite exciting and impressive, certain recurring issues continued to plague the ownership experience. Here are the details of this latest instance.

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Ola Electric Scooter with Broken Suspension

The video has been uploaded by Raftaar 7811 on YouTube. It shows an Ola electric scooter on the road with a broken front suspension. We have reported multiple cases in the past about issues around the EV. Ola has tried hard to rectify these issues but some owners still struggle to get a response from the EV maker. As per the information in the video, there has been no official word from Ola regarding this occurrence. The visuals show the front tyre and suspension completely broken and lying on the road.

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Specs

The Ola S1 has a battery pack of 2.98 kWh while the S1 Pro has a 3.97 kWh. Both these are good for 11.4 hp and 58 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. The 0-60 km/h is achieved in 7 secs for the S1 and in 5 secs for the S1 Pro. The regular home charger takes around 4 hours 48 mins to charge the battery completely in S1 and 6 hours 30 mins for the S1 Pro. The range of the S1 is a healthy 121 km and the S1 Pro is an impressive 181 km. The price of the S1 is Rs 79,999 and the S1 Pro is Rs 1.40 lakh, ex-showroom.

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The sale is exclusively online and the scooters will be delivered to you at your doorstep. After the Fame – II subsidies, the prices of both these products will be reduced significantly. Check the subsidies in your state to avail all the discounts. We can only hope that Ola addresses and rectifies this issue as soon as possible so that people get more confidence about buying their electric scooters. Do share your thoughts on this.

Ola Electric Scooter with a Broken Suspension
Ola Electric Scooter with a Broken Suspension

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