Ola S1 Pro suspension break incident due to frontal collision?


Just weeks after an Ola S1 Pro received criticism for catching fire, it’s back in the limelight again

Update (April 16, 2022) – Shortly after photos of an Ola S1 Pro with broken suspension went viral, several netizens began criticizing Ola Electric for rolling out a “half-baked” product that appears to be marred by quality blips. However, it seems that there is another version of this episode. According to some claims, the blue-colored S1 Pro seen in the photos doing the rounds on various social platforms had a head-on collision with another two-wheeler. The electric scooter is said to have suffered and suffered from a damaged front end. Fortunately, the client escaped with minor injuries. It is important to mention here that the electric vehicle manufacturer has not yet released an official statement on this incident, but for now, we are happy to know that no one has been seriously injured in this accident.

April 15, 2022 – Late last month, a video showing a brand new Ola S1 Pro on fire went viral on various social media platforms. The chilling visuals showed the scooter being reduced to rubbish as it was almost completely engulfed in flames. The incident again raised many questions about the quality of the scooter, especially because several owners have already reported numerous problems with the product. Now, once again, the Ola electric scooter is in the spotlight-

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Visuals of the latest Ola S1 Pro to deal with an outage were recently shared with us by reader Rohan Miglani.

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Above is a photo of what appears to be a brand new Ola S1 Pro which is in unmovable condition after its front suspension failed. It should be noted here that several users reported poor build quality as well as software issues that marred their ownership experience. These images quickly went viral and while waiting for all the details of this episode, several social media users criticized the electric scooter for its poor quality.

Luckily no one was seriously injured in this incident and it looks like the electric scooter won’t need much to get back into shape. However, the fact that the scooter has been tuned for such quality issues over and over again leaves customers and potential buyers quite unhappy. In fact, such incidents not only ruin the ownership experience, but even pose a serious threat to user safety. Earlier, another user claimed that he miraculously escaped a sticky situation when his electric scooter automatically shifted into reverse at high speed.

Ola Electric has investigated the cause of these incidents, but has not yet shared the reason for these incidents. An official statement released on the fire which occurred in Pune said: “We are aware of an incident in Pune which occurred with one of our scooters and are investigating to understand the root cause and will share more updates in the coming days. . We are in constant contact with the client who is absolutely safe.

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Bhavish Aggarwal, CEO of Ola Electric, tweeted earlier: “Vehicle safety is of paramount importance at Ola and we are committed to the highest quality standards for our products. We take this incident seriously and will take appropriate action and share more in the coming days. Safety is the top priority. We are investigating this and will fix it. Ola S1 and S1 Pro went on sale in August last year and are priced at Rs 99,999 and Rs 1.29,999 (Ex-showroom), respectively. The most affordable version features a 2.98 kWh non-removable battery while the S1 Pro gets a 3.97 kWh unit. Claimed range is set at 121km and 181km for the S1 and S1 Pro, respectively.

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