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OLA S1 Pro

OLA S1 Pro is an electric scooter available at a starting price of Rs. 1,37,163 in India. It is available in 1 variant and 10 colours. It comes with both front and rear disc brakes.

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OLA S1 Pro Price

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S1 Pro Standard

1,37,163

135 Km, 115 Kmph, 125 kg, 6.30 Hrs

Above mentioned prices are Avg. Ex-showroom.

OLA S1 Pro Summary

S1 Pro key highlights

OLA S1 Pro Riding Range Riding Range
135 Km
OLA S1 Pro Top Speed Top Speed
115 Kmph
OLA S1 Pro Kerb Weight Kerb Weight
125 kg
OLA S1 Pro Battery charging time Battery charging time
6.30 Hrs
OLA S1 Pro Rated Power Rated Power
5500 W
OLA S1 Pro Seat Height Seat Height
792 mm

About S1 Pro

OLA S1 Pro is an electric scooter available at a starting price of Rs. 1,37,163 in India. It is available in only 1 variant and 10 colours. OLA S1 Pro generates 5500 W power from its motor. With both front and rear disc brakes, OLA S1 Pro comes up with combined braking system of both wheels.

The Ola S1 Pro is the premium variant of the S1 electric scooter range from Ola Electric. This variant of the S1 range packs higher specifications and features more colour options than the standard S1 electric scooter.

The electric motor on the S1 Pro is tuned to deliver 8.5kW of maximum power and 58Nm of peak torque. The company promises a top speed of 115kmph and claims a range of 181km per full charge as against 90kmph and 121km on the base model. The 3.97kWh battery pack can be fast charged for a range of 75km in 18 minutes. The full charging time is rated at six and a half hours.

The feature list, similar to the base model, includes a twin-pod headlight at the front, apron-mounted sleek LED indicators, a body-coloured front fender, curvy side panels, a sleek LED taillight, an external charging port at the back, and a split-style pillion grabrail. The scooter features a 36-litre under-seat storage space that can accommodate two open-face helmets. The colour palette for the Pro variant includes 10 options.

Standard features on both models include proximity lock/unlock, remote boot lock, call alert, message alert, infotainment, side-stand alert, anti-theft alert, geo-fencing, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, onboard navigation, limp home mode, reverse mode, get-home mode, take-me-home lights, find my scooter, HMI moods with sound, electronic steering lock, HMI brightness adjuster, welcome screen, OTA updates, manual SOS, and predictive maintenance. The Pro variant further benefits from hill-hold system, cruise control, voice assist, and three ride modes (Normal, Sport, and Hyper).

The hardware is similar on both variants. Thus, the suspension tasks are handled by a single front fork, a rear mono-shock, disc brakes on both wheels, and a combined braking system.
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Why electric?

  • Running Cost You do not have to pay anything for petrol.
  • Styling They look cool, trendy and are a bit quirky too.
  • Performance They have instant Torque Delivery, helps in saving time in moving traffic.
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OLA S1 Pro Expert Opinion

  • Good Things

    • Good top speed of 115kmph
    • Claimed range of 181kms
    • Offered in multiple colours
  • Could be Better

    • Misses out on flat floorboard
    • Unimpressive plastic quality

BikeWale's Take

The Ola S1 Pro is a fine electric scooter. It is loaded with decent tech, features and performance. It also churns out good range and has a normal charging time. However, it misses out on the flat floorboard practicality and the plastic quality aren’t that great. 

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OLA S1 Pro Review

This is the Ola S1 Pro, albeit with the updated Move OS2 software. And Ola claims that the glitches plaguing the S1 Pro - from the scooter losing power to moving in reverse when the forward mode is selected to the absence of all those promised features - have been rectified with this update. And, since we hadn’t tested an S1 Pro on the road yet, this was as good a time as any…

Introduction

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This is the Ola S1 Pro, albeit with the updated Move OS2 software. And Ola claims that the glitches plaguing the S1 Pro - from the scooter losing power to moving in reverse when the forward mode is selected to the absence of all those promised features - have been rectified with this update. 

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But tall claims are something we have seen Ola make before. Additional features are only part of what makes an electric scooter purchase worthy. There are other things to consider, too, like seating comfort, ride quality, range, performance, and fitness of purpose. And, since we hadn’t tested an S1 Pro on the road yet, this was as good a time as any… 

Styling & Quality

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The S1 is a nice-looking scooter, even if only in parts. The front and front three-quarters are good angles for the scooter, and it looks equally modern, approachable, and desirable in profile. The rear-end design, though, looks anaemic, disproportionate, and more of an after-thought than a cohesive outcome.

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On the other hand, we quite liked the touchscreen display. The graphics are good, there’s decent info on there, and though the touch sensitivity is nowhere near what you get on cellphones, it’s not laggy or unresponsive. 

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Quality isn’t bad either. Yes, there are some wide and uneven panel gaps at places, and it fails to convey an aura of solid build quality, but it doesn’t look cheap or too hastily put together.  

Ergonomics & Comfort

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The S1 Pro has a friendly seat height of under 800mm. It also has a reasonably tall handlebar. But, it has a high floorboard which cuts the vertical distance between the seat and the floorboard, leaving the rider with a knee-up stance. As a result, it doesn’t make for the most comfortable seating triangle. 

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To add, the seat isn’t comfortable either. The padding on it is thin. And, almost immediately, it feels as if you are seated on the seat’s frame instead of something cushy. The ride quality is just about average as well. One can feel the road in its entirety - every bump, every ripple, every change in surface comes at you like someone talking in your ear. And not whispering, mind. But, it manages to stay on the right side of not being harsh.

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The overall comfort levels on the S1 Pro then won’t have you constantly complaining about it, but it will always play on your mind. Almost like a chore.   

Performance & Handling

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Now, this is where the S1 Pro shines on paper. And Ola’s claims, if nothing else, do catch one’s attention. The scooter uses a 3.97kwh battery pack, which drives a motor with rated power and torque figures of a little over 7bhp and 58Nm of torque. And Ola claims the scooter can complete a 0-40kmph run in three seconds, and then will only take an additional two seconds to hit 60kmph. Moreover, the claimed top speed is 115kmph. So, as we said, the S1 Pro does shine on paper. 

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In the real world, the feel of performance is certainly strong in Hyper mode. And there’s no doubting that the scooter is quick. There’s just no letting off in acceleration once the S1 gets going. The fact that it remains sure-footed throughout allows one to exploit this performance. Braking, too, especially in terms of bite and power, matches the scooter’s performance quite well. 

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Furthermore, one doesn’t always need the Hyper mode to feel the potent performance of the S1. Even in Sport and Normal mode, the S1 Pro never feels slow or sluggish. It’s obviously not as charged up - for the lack of a better term - but it never feels slow enough to be boring. The scooter’s top speeds are, of course, limited depending on the mode. But, unless you are in Eco mode, which takes the S1 Pro from being a hare to a sloth, it isn’t much of a bother.  But, there is a catch. The speedo on the S1 Pro overreads quite a bit. So, when the display shows that the scooter is travelling at 60kmph, it is in fact doing 52kmph. 

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Similarly, when the display reads 100kmph, the S1 is actually at 88kmph. And then your sense of accomplishment takes a beating because you thought you hit 116kmph, eclipsing the claimed 115kmph, only to realise you barely made it to three digits, hitting a true speed of 100kmph. As a result, it puts all of Ola’s performance claims under a cloud of doubt. But having said that, there’s no taking away from the fact that the feel-of-performance, and the fun element it brings in, is still very strong for the scooter.

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There are other smaller issues too. For instance, one can only enjoy the Hyper mode for a few minutes before it switches to Normal. Trying to move back to Sport or Hyper thereafter only returns an audible warning to take things easy. One must then stop, let it cool down, and only then can you regain access to the quicker modes.

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The S1 Pro also lacks feel. There’s a distinct lack of feedback from the scooter, be it the throttle response, how the brakes feel, or even how it reacts to inputs when tipping into a corner. This coldness in communication makes the Ola feel like a tool rather than something that might bring joy. 

Features & Technology

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Ola promised the world in terms of features when the S1 came to the market. But, the company didn’t deliver on them at that time. Now, with the new software, it has righted that somewhat. The scooter now gets Eco mode, Bluetooth connectivity, music playback via the pre-installed speakers, cruise control, navigation, and dark and light mode for the display. The automatic proximity-unlock feature, as well as the modes and widgets and voice control, still haven’t made it to the scooter, though.

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Software apart, the S1 does feature a large underseat storage. It has LED lighting all around. There’s combined braking. And the seven-inch touchscreen instrumentation does throw up quite a bit of info. If anything, we would have liked the option of a split-screen view while riding with the option of choosing what info should be displayed. 

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We would have also liked a mechanical solution to the boot opening of the scooter so that it could be accessed even if the scooter’s battery was flat. 

Should you buy it?

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Let’s view the S1 Pro from two different lenses. First, holistically as a scooter, and then as an electric scooter. The reason we need to compare it with ICE scooters is to see where it stands against the current guard as a product and if it can be a serious alternative to the former. 

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And as a scooter, the Ola S1 Pro is average at best. It is playing catch up with the current crop of internal combustion-engined scooters when it comes to sound ergonomics, build quality, comfort, ride, handling, practicality, braking, and the calibration of various controls. It just doesn’t feel intuitive. But, of course, when it comes to features, the Ola does have the current crop beat.

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As an electric scooter, however, the S1 is right up there. Be it acceleration, range, storage space, features, and even design and styling, for that matter, and the Ola does have this one in the bag. And as for all the issues that have been plaguing Ola scooters so far, as it turns out, with this Move OS2 update, apart from the scooter jumping out of Hyper mode in only minutes of riding, nothing else cropped up during our time with it.Does it mean it’s all solved? For Ola’s sake, we do hope so…

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S1 Pro Specifications & Features

Specifications

  • myModel.BikeName Power & Performance Power & Performance
    • Fuel Type
      Electric
    • Max Power
      8,500 W
    • Rated Power
      5500 W
    • Max Torque
      58 Nm
    • Transmission
      Automatic
    • Riding Range Maximum distance a petrol bike can travel on a full fuel tank and an electric bike can travel on a full charge
      135 Km
    • Gradeability The steepness of grade that a motor vehicle is capable of climbing at efficient speed.
      12 Degree
    • Top Speed These are estimated figures
      115 Kmph
    • Battery charging time
      6.30 Hrs
    • Fast charging time
      Yes
    • Carrying capacity
      150 kg
    • Battery capacity
      3.97 kWh
    • Battery type
      Lithium Ion
    • Motor type
      Mid Drive IPM
    • Charger output
      Portable / 750W
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  • myModel.BikeName Brakes, Wheels & Suspension Brakes, Wheels & Suspension
    • Braking System CBS, IBS, SBT, UBS, HBS - Combined braking of both front and rear wheel | ABS - Anti-lock braking system which can be just for front wheel (single channel) or both wheels (dual channel) or can be switched off (switchable) | E-ABS - Electronic assisted braking system | Standard - Cable operated
      CBS
    • Front Brake Type
      Disc
    • Front Brake Size
      220 mm
    • Rear Brake Type
      Disc
    • Rear Brake Size
      180 mm
    • Calliper Type
      Dual Piston
    • Wheel Type
      Alloy
    • Front Wheel Size
      12 inch
    • Rear Wheel Size
      12 inch
    • Front Tyre Size
      110/70 - R12
    • Rear Tyre Size
      110/70 - R12
    • Tyre Type
      Tubeless
    • Radial Tyres
      No
    • Front Suspension
      Single Fork
    • Rear Suspension
      Mono Shock
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  • myModel.BikeName Dimensions & Chassis Dimensions & Chassis
    • Kerb Weight
      125 kg
    • Overall Length
      1,859 mm
    • Overall Width
      712 mm
    • Overall Height
      1,160 mm
    • Wheelbase
      1,359 mm
    • Ground Clearance
      165 mm
    • Seat Height
      792 mm
    • Chassis Type
      Tubular
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  • myModel.BikeName Manufacturer Warranty Manufacturer Warranty
    • Battery warranty
      Unlimited Kilometers or 3 Year
    • Motor warranty
      Whichever comes earlier, 40000 kms or 3 Year

Features

  • Odometer
    Digital
  • Regenerative breaking
    Yes
  • Reverse mode
    Yes
  • Touch screen display
    Yes
  • DRLs (Daytime running lights)
    Yes
  • Mobile App Connectivity
    Yes
  • GPS & Navigation
    Yes
  • Central locking system
    Yes
  • Artificial sound
    Yes
  • Parking assist
    Yes
  • Hill Assist
    Yes
  • Anti theft system
    Yes
  • Geo fencing
    Yes
  • Start/stop button
    Yes
  • USB charging port
    Yes
  • Front storage box
    No
  • Under seat storage
    36
  • Speedometer
    Digital
  • Tachometer
    Digital
  • Stand Alarm
    Yes
  • Stepped Seat
    No
  • No. of Tripmeters
    2
  • Tripmeter Type
    Digital
  • Low Battery Indicator
    Yes
  • Pillion Backrest
    No
  • Pillion Grabrail
    Yes
  • Pillion Seat
    Yes
  • Pillion Footrest
    Yes
  • Start Type
    Electric Start
  • Shift Light
    No
  • Killswitch
    Yes
  • Clock
    Yes
  • Headlight Type
    LED Head Lamp
  • Brake/Tail Light
    LED Tail Lamp
  • Turn Signal
    Yes
  • Pass Light
    Yes
  • Additional features
    Cruise Control, 3 Riding Modes(Normal, Sport, and Hyper), Proximity Lock / Unlock , Remote Boot Lock / Unlock, Infotainment, Limp Home Mode, Hill Hold, Get Home Mode, Take Me Home Lights , Find My Scooter, Voice Assistant
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OLA S1 Pro User Reviews

3.9 74 ratings 27 reviews
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  • 4
    Good ev in the hand of wrong company
    1 week ago by Brijesh Bajpai, Kanpur

    I buy online but no finance options are available for me even though my cibil was 790, so I made a down payment 1.56 lac. The riding experience is awe

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  • 5
    Decent hardware poor software.
    2 weeks ago by Max Demon, Nagpur

    I booked s1 pro on dussera 2021 with an expectation to be delivered by the year-end, booking amount was 500 rs so wasn't much wishful, as I booked a t

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  • 5
    Worlds best ola s1 pro
    3 weeks ago by Prakash Shelake, Kolhapur

    I am using scooter 5 months above But not 1 problem my ola s1 pro All part is of the best quality Off roed use bettar expriance No fire expriance (ign

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  • 4
    Over all good vehicle.
    4 weeks ago by H Haribabu, Hyderabad

    1. Buying experience: they really made us wait for a very long period, took 2 months more than the promised delivery date. 2. Riding: it is just amazi

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  • 5
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    1 month ago by Kailash Puri, Jaipur

    Easy to purchase, easy to ride with good pickup, looks awesome with simplicity, performance as per company commitments, servicing and maintenance is l

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  • 4
    New ola s1 pro user
    1 month ago by Joseph Edwin, Alwaye

    Bought an ola during the holi window. Procedural time is understandable. Delivery was pathetic there was a dispute between the transporter and truck o

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  • 1
    Its has been 6 months i purchased this scooter.3 months it will be in service centre only
    2 weeks ago by Gautham

    Performance is good but the thing is range will drop drastically to 0 sometimes and the service team is very worst they will keep scooter 20-30 days w

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  • 3
    Wait and watch before you commit
    1 month ago by Nandakumar, Bangalore

    I booked ola just to get a test ride by paying an advance of 500. I should say I was bowled over when I did the test ride. I was not serious to buy ol

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  • 1
    That's really pathetic and unacceptable
    1 month ago by Prashant Panjabi, Pune

    Huge range drop, vehicle stops in between even when it has a range of 50-60 kms. The company doesn't any solution to it. Before purchasing, it said it

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  • 1
    Worst purchase ever.
    1 month ago by Ramanan, Chennai

    Took six months more than the promised delivery date. Was stressful as they were giving false dates every time. The ride experience was initially good

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  • 1
    100 waste of money!
    2 months ago by Anuj, Bangalore

    The worst customer care and the bike is not giving 180 as mentioned it will give around 100 to 120 only. A charge is quickly dropping. It's not recomm

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  • 3
    A genuine Review
    2 months ago by Kishor

    I haven't bought this yet but was thinking. The riding review with one of my friends was little jerky while riding. The looks of this bike are very mu

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FAQs about OLA S1 Pro

  • Q: What is the on-road price of OLA S1 Pro in 2022?

    A: The 2022 on-road price of OLA S1 Pro in Delhi is Rs. 1,29,576. This on-road price includes the ex-showroom price, RTO and insurance charges.
  • Q: Which is better OLA S1 Pro or Ather 450X?

    A: OLA S1 Pro is priced at Rs. 1,37,163, has a top speed of 115 Kmph, range of 135 Km and takes 6.30 Hrs hours to charge, whereas, the price of Ather 450X is Rs. 1,40,060 with a top speed of 80 Kmph, giving a range of 70 Km and a charging time of 5.45 Hrs. You can compare OLA S1 Pro vs Ather 450X based on their detailed specifications, features, prices and reviews.
  • Q: What are the colour options of OLA S1 Pro?

    A: OLA S1 Pro is available in 10 colours which are Red, Blue, Yellow, Pink, Black, White, Grey, Bidge, Dark Blue and Dark Grey. You can check all the colour images of OLA S1 Pro.
  • Q: What are the key specifications of OLA S1 Pro?

    A: OLA S1 Pro is an electric bike that comes with a 5500 W motor which gives a range of 135 Km, and a top speed that goes uptil 115 Kmph. It has a charging time of 6.30 Hrs. You can check the full specifications and features.

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