Ola Electric S1 X+ with up to a range of 151 km/charge selling for a discounted price of Rs 84,999

Ola Electric is now presenting its Ola S1 X+ electric scooter for an unbeatable price of Rs 84,999. You can buy the Ola S1 X+ for the mentioned discounted price. However, it is to be noted that the offer is valid only for February 2024. The original price of the Ola S1 X+ is Rs 1,09,999.

This article will give you a detailed walkthrough of some of the salient features and specifications of the Ola Electric S1 X+.

You can check our earlier coverages of Ola Electric products here.

Specifications: The Ola Electric S1 X+ is capable of providing up to 151 km/charge range.  It works on a 6 kW Motor Power. It requires a charging time of about 7.4 hours. It has a Disc for the front brake system and the rear brake incorporates a Drum.

Features: The Ola Electric S1 X+ features a charging point. It also includes a Boot Light. It is incorporated with fast charging capabilities.

It features mobile connectivity options like Bluetooth and WiFi.

It allows Keyless Ignition.

The scooter includes a Digital Clock. It has a digital Speedometer, Odometer, and Tripmeter.

You will have access to the Ola S1 X+ App, which includes features like Geo-Fencing, Charging Station Locator, Calls & Messaging, Navigation assist, and low battery alert.




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