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Ola e-scooter vs rivals: Who’s good and who’s better

A sudden spike in fuel price has forced many two-wheeler buyers to switch from fuel to e-scooters as an alternate. Seeing the increasing demand for two-wheeler e-vehicle, Ola has recently launched its e-electric scooter at the price between Rs 99,999 to 1,29,999 (ex-showroom) in Indian, which seems to give a decent competition to the current Simple Energy’s e-electric scooters and Ather 450.

The Ola claims that its S1 Pro variant will provide the range of 181km, while its base variant offers the range of 121km. The Simple One’s e-scooter claims to provide highest range of 236km on single charge, which is higher than Ola’s e-scooter and double range offering by Ather 450X.

Which e-scooter is worth the money?


                            Ola S1 Pro                         Simple On               Ather 450X

Torque                   26Nm                                72Nm              26Nm

Power                8.5kW (11.3bhp)     7kW (9.38bhp)       6kW (8bhp)

Mileage                   181km                             236km                        116km

Battery power     3.9kWh                             4.8kwh                      2.9kWh

Topspeed                115km/hr                        105km/hr                     80km/hr


All the three e-scooters come with a large touch screen infotainment system, that shows the speed notification, battery alert warning and other important details about the vehicle on the screen.

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The Ola’s has some advanced features like cruise control mode (only in the top variant), which makes it stand out from the rest of them. The Ola S1 also gets a bigger boot with 36-liters of storage space, while the Simple one gets a 30-litre boot space.

The Ola scooter comes with keyless ignition as well as a find my scooter feature, which give the more security to the vehicle.


The Ather 450X  is one of the most expensive e-scooter on the that starts at the price of Rs 1.44 lakh (ex-showroom),  while its other variant Ather 450 Plus comes at the price of Rs. 1.25 lakh (ex-showroom), which is still expensive than Ola’s e-scooter and Simple One’s scooter.

 The Simple One’s e-scooter comes between Rs 1 to 1.1 lakh  (ex-showroom.

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