Ola Electric's Pros and Cons 

Ola Electric is the child company of Ola which is a leader in the electric Two Wheeler business and has recently made significant strides in the EV market.

Pros of Ola Electric Scooter

Pros of Ola Electric Scooter

Ola Electric is India’s first largest manufacturer that has a solid market distribution potential not just this but they offer Bluetooth, Android OS, Find my scooter, Hill hold, inbuilt navigation, keyless entry, reverse assistance, cruise control, etc.

Futuristic EV 

The excellent value is given at an available best-in-class characteristic. With superior performance compared to other mass-market scooters sold in India.


The Ola Electric Deliveries allegedly began simultaneously in more than 1,000 cities across the nation. On paper, no dealership model (with customers as the focus) is ideal. Deliveries to homes and services, including preventative maintenance for things like brake pad wear.

Large Network

The Ola Electric offers 75 kilometers of range with just a charging of 18 minutes. If you want a full charge, then the Ola S1 Electric requires 4 hours and 48 minutes to fully charge, while the S1 Pro can be charged with a 750W portable charger in 6 hours and 30 minutes.

Charge and Range of the scooter

ARAI-certified range of 121 km for the S1 and 181 km for the S1 Pro, according to IDC, provides worry-free distance for daily runs.


Cons of Ola Electric Scooter

Cons of Ola Electric Scooter

The big reason for this failure is that Ola Electric’s battery cells and battery management system have a problem. 

Incidents of fire

This includes a sudden acceleration without input and the scooter going into reverse on its own.

Software Malfunctioning

Since there are no outward indications of any collision or accident, it appears that the suspension broke on its own or may have detached after running into a pothole or other impediment.

Front suspension unit breaking

The product continues to feel rushed into production, and much more power delivery fine-tuning is needed for the ideal riding experience (media drive bikes were still running beta software).

Delivery of unfinished products

Concerns about the new dealers’ support model’s efficacy, particularly in semi-urban and rural locations. The OLA Electric App and customer service call center are the first points of contact for clients.

Lack of effective communication

There were some rough edges because the software was still in beta and improvements were still being made, but overall the experience was positive enough to say with certainty that this electric rival should be taken seriously by those who make petrol engines. 

Conclusion of Ola electric scooter