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Ola Electric reduces prices of its S1 portfolio

Ola Electric reduces prices of its S1 portfolio

Mumbai, Feb 19 (UNI) Ola Electric, one of India’s electric vehicle manufacturers, has reduced prices across its S1 scooter portfolio by up to Rs 25,000.

The Ola S1 scooters outperforms any traditional ICE vehicles, making it superior choice in the scooter market with savings of up to Rs 30,000 per year.

These prices are valid only for the month of February, a press release said here on Monday.

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