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The suspension of your electric scooter will be replaced for free, complete offer

New Delhi. Ola Electric has become India’s top electric scooter manufacturer in recent months with its S1 range. However, the EV maker has been beset by safety and quality issues surrounding the single-sided front fork on its electric scooter. Now, the company has launched a campaign to replace the front suspension unit free of cost. Here’s how you can do it.

Ola Electric claims that the current suspension is road worthy. According to Ola Electric, the current single-sided front fork unit on the Ola S1 and S1 Pro is not at fault. However, with reports of several incidents in the past, many were concerned about the build quality and safety of the EV.

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The updated suspension unit has been thoroughly tested, claims Ola. According to Ola, the company has “recently upgraded the front fork design to further enhance stability and power.” However, no specific information has been revealed about how much stress load it can take.

How to get front suspension replacement done for free?
As per the post on Ola’s official Twitter account, S1 scooter customers can get the existing front fork assembly replaced with a new and improved unit free of cost.
For this, all you have to do is book an appointment at your nearest Ola Experience Center or Service Centre. The appointment window is going to open from 22nd March.

The Ola S1 range features a single sided front fork. For rider safety, the Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro come equipped with disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels with Combined Braking System (CBS) and multiple riding modes. Suspension on both the electric scooters is taken care of by single-sided forks at the front and mono-shock units at the rear.

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Futuristic design in the Ola S1 range
Both the Ola S1 and S1 Pro sit on a tubular frame and flaunt a smiley-shaped dual-pod LED headlight, an indicator-mounted front apron, a wide handlebar, angular mirrors, a flat footboard, a flat-type seat, grab rails, and a sleek LED taillamp. The scooter gets a 7.0-inch touchscreen digital instrument cluster with latest connectivity options. Both the e-scooters ride on 12-inch blacked-out alloy wheels.

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