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Ola E-Scooter Sales Show Sings Of Slowing Down: Report

Ola was selling around 500 scooters per day after switching from the multiple-payment window model

The sales of Ola electric's e-scooter have slumped to 130-200 units per day over the last two weeks after the company switched from the multiple-payment window model to one-time full payment for the vehicle.

The company had moved to the new payment model on 28 May. Earlier, customers could only make partial payments through four separate windows that opened on specific dates.

Ola was selling around 500 scooters per day after switching from the multiple-payment window model, but sales have slumped after that.

Some customers are getting delivery of their scooters in 48 hours, which, according to some people, is a possible sign of a Ola's shrinking order book, the report said.

Several fire incidents involving e-scooters have been reported in India recently, including an Ola scooter that caught fire in March.


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