New Delhi : The festive season is going on in India and if you are planning to buy an electric scooter during this time, then you are doing absolutely right. This is the right time to buy an electric scooter. On purchasing it, attractive offers along with discounts and bonuses are also being given by the vehicle manufacturing companies. At present, Ola Electric, Ather and Hero Electric scooters are popular. In view of the festival of Diwali, attractive offers from companies are active. The shower of offers starts as soon as the car is booked. Along with this, if you take a loan, you also get a low interest rate loan. Then let’s know…
Ola’s S1 electric scooter will be available cheaply
Electric scooter maker Ola Electric is offering discounts on S1 Air, S1X Plus and S1 Pro in view of the festive season. The company has given a festival discount of Rs 2,000, exchange bonus of Rs 5,000 and financial benefit of Rs 7500 on Ola S1 Air. With this, the discount on the scooter becomes around Rs 14500. The price of Ola S1 Air is Rs 1.05 lakh ex-showroom. Talking about S1X Plus, the company is giving a discount of Rs 17500 on it also. The scooter gives a range of up to 151 kilometers on a single charge. Talking about S1 Pro, the company is offering a discount of Rs 19500 on it.
Get the biggest discount offer on Ather
At the same time, Ather Energy is giving the biggest discount on its two scooters. The company is offering a discount of around Rs 40,000 on 450X and 450S variants of Ather electric scooter. At the same time, a corporate discount of Rs 1500 is also being given on the Pro model of Ather. The company has also offered 2 years finance facility to its customers, which is available at an interest rate of only 5.99 percent.
Festive offer available till 15th November
Electric scooter manufacturers Ola Electric and Ather Energy have offered this discount offer keeping in mind the big festival like Diwali during the festive season. Customers can avail discount on purchasing scooter till 15th November. However, there is currently no information available regarding whether these two companies will extend this offer or not.