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Electric Scooter Sales: Ola S1 again raised the flag, TVS, Bajaj and Ather were left staring

New Delhi. The sale of electric scooters is increasing day by day in the country. People are now preferring e-scooters more than petrol scooters. The biggest reason behind this is their low running cost and low maintenance. In such a situation, OLA has carved a niche for itself in the electric scooters market. If we look at the April sale, Ola has sold the maximum number of electric scooters. Whereas companies like TVS, Bajaj and Hero have been left behind. On the other hand, Hero MotoCorp could not make it to the top 5 list in April.

According to the data released by the Federation of Automobile Dealers Association (FADA), if we look at the sales of two-wheelers in April, then it has seen an increase of 24.80 percent in April 2023 as compared to April 2022. This year the two-wheeler was 66466 units. Which was 53256 units a year ago.

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72 percent increase
If we look at the sale of OLA, it has increased by 72.19 percent as compared to last year. The company has sold 21882 units of electric scooters. Which were only 12708 units in April 2022. On the other hand, if we look at the sales of TVS and Ampere, both the companies were seen struggling for the second position. TVS sold 8,726 units of its electric scooter. And Ampere sold 8,318 units.

Ather got a blow
After maintaining a good position in the electric scooter market for a long time, Ather has suffered a major setback. Ather has come at the fourth position in the April sale. The company sold only 7,746 units in April, which was a growth of 216.03% as compared to 2,451 units sold a year ago but fell short of expectations.

advantage of bajaj
And right there on the fifth position, but Bajaj has made its place in this list. The company sold 4,013 units in April, which was only 1,222 units in April 2022. If we look at its growth rate, it was recorded at 228.40 percent.

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