Electric Scooters: TVS X’s Premium Features vs OLA S1 Pro’s Competitive Pricing

In the dynamic landscape of electric scooters, the showdown between the TVS X and OLA S1 Pro (Gen 2) is garnering attention.

While the TVS X comes with a price premium of Rs 1 lakh compared to the OLA S1 Pro, the real competition lies in their feature offerings.

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Let’s dive into the comparison to determine whether the TVS X can hold its own against the OLA S1 Pro, despite the price discrepancy.

Price Differential: TVS X vs OLA S1 Pro

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An important factor in this face-off is the pricing. The TVS X electric scooter carries a hefty price tag of Rs. 2.49 lakh (ex-showroom), while the OLA S1 Pro (Gen 2) is more budget-friendly at Rs 1.47 lakh (ex-showroom).

This substantial gap of approximately Rs 1 lakh between the two vehicles raises intriguing questions about their comparative value propositions.

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Performance in Range and Speed:

TVS X vs OLA S1 Pro The range and speed are pivotal aspects for electric scooters.

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The TVS X boasts a single-charge range of 140 km, whereas the OLA S1 Pro showcases a certified range of 195 km, placing OLA ahead in terms of range.

In terms of top speed, the TVS X can hit 105 kmph, trailing slightly behind the OLA S1 Pro’s 120 kmph. Both scooters deliver a peak power output of 11 kW.


Acceleration and Agility: TVS X vs OLA S1 Pro

Acceleration is another key aspect to consider. The TVS X accelerates from 0 to 40 kmph in a brisk 2.6 seconds, matching the OLA S1 Pro’s (Gen 2) acceleration performance.


Feature-Rich Showdown: TVS X vs OLA S1 Pro

The TVS X distinguishes itself with a 10.2-inch X-Tilt TFT panoramic display, offering access to YouTube, Facebook, and gaming.

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Navigation functionality and smart hill hold technology further enhance the riding experience.

On the OLA S1 Pro front, it offers a substantial 34 liters of boot space, along with an iconic headlamp.

OLA Electric impresses with features like proximity unlock, cruise control, and even a “party mode.”

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