Ola S1 Pro owner puts placard on scooter asking people not to buy it after multiple problems

  • Ola S1 Pro owner from Sagar, Madhya Pradesh, complained about rattling noises and shock absorber issues
  • Ola Electric service centres have been unable to resolve the owner’s problems with the electric scooter
  • Ola S1 Pro has faced multiple production-related issues with a near-fatal issue being a problematic front telescopic suspension

Ola Electric has been in a constant tussle to improve its standards of quality as many owners since its launch have complained about production-related issues. One such owner has now gone onto a demonstration and has put up a banner asking people not to buy the EV. Here’s why.

Owner asks people not to buy the Ola S1 Pro: here’s why

Another dissatisfied owner has been seen protesting against Ola Electric’s after-sales service experience after his issues were not fully resolved by the company (via Rushlane). The Ola S1 Pro owner, who hails from the city of Sagar in Madhya Pradesh, put up a banner on his scooter. The banner reads Le Mat Lena” in Hindi. When translated to English, this means, “Don’t end up buying it”.

The Ola S1 Pro has complained that he has been struggling with multiple issues with his electric scooter. These issues include rattling noise and issues with the shock absorber. Ola S1 Pro’s have been known to have a design issue with the front telescopic suspension. This issue has led to some potentially fatal accidents where the front wheel has dislodged itself from the body of the scooter. Some Ola S1 Pro owners have already been offered to upgrade to a new suspension with a rectified structural design. However, in the case of this owner, the Ola Electric service centres have not been able to solve his issues.

In a previous incident, an Ola S1 Pro owner in Maharashtra tied his electric scooter to a donkey and paraded it on the streets after the EV stopped working within a few days of delivery.

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