Bajaj Auto has recently relaunched its only electric scooter model Chetak. The new model is called Chetak Urban. This scooter comes with added battery packs and features that enhance customer convenience. With these improvements, the popularity of Chetak is expected to rise, but it faces competition in the market. Ola S1 Air, another electric scooter, has seen an increase in sales over the past month.

Indian consumers are looking to switch to electric scooters to escape the rising prices of petrol and diesel. If you are considering buying either Chetak or S1 Air, it is essential to have knowledge about their features and specifications. Let’s delve into what makes each scooter unique.

The Bajaj Chetak Urban is equipped with a 2.9 kWh lithium-ion battery, providing a range of up to 113 km on a full charge. On the other hand, the Ola S1 Air comes with a 3 kWh battery pack, offering a range of 151 km on a full charge. The top speed of the Bajaj Chetak Techpack version is 73 km/h, while the Ola S1 Air can reach a top speed of 90 km/h. In terms of top speed, Ola is ahead, but running an electric scooter at 90 km/h drains the battery faster.

The Ola S1 Air comes with a digital screen, navigation system, USB charging port, and Bluetooth connectivity. The Bajaj Chetak Urban scooter features a digital LCD instrument cluster. The top model of Chetak offers hill hold, reverse mode, smartphone connectivity, and OTA updates. Ola’s electric scooter seems to have an edge in terms of features.

The price of the Ola S1 Air scooter starts at Rs. 1.20 lakh (ex-showroom), while the Bajaj Chetak Urban is priced at Rs. 1.15 lakh, with the top model priced at Rs. 1.21 lakh (ex-showroom). There isn’t a significant difference in the prices of both scooters. According to experts, if you are willing to spend this amount, you can opt for Ola Electric, although Bajaj Chetak is also a worthy option.

In the last, both Bajaj Chetak and Ola S1 Air have their unique features and specifications. The choice between them ultimately depends on the buyer’s preferences and requirements.


– Bajaj recently re-launched its Chetak electric scooter with additional features for customer convenience
– Ola S1 Air, another electric scooter, has seen an increase in sales in the market
– Indian consumers are considering electric scooters to avoid increasing petrol and diesel prices
– Bajaj Chetak Urban has a 2.9 kwh lithium ion battery with a range of 113 km, while Ola S1 Air has a 3 kwh battery with a range of 151 km
– Ola S1 Air has more advanced features such as a digital screen, navigation system, USB charging port, and Bluetooth, making it stand out from Bajaj Chetak.
– The price difference between the two scooters is not significant, with Ola S1 Air starting at 1.20 lakh and Bajaj Chetak Urban starting at 1.15 lakh
– Experts suggest that both scooters are good options for those looking to invest in an electric scooter, with Ola S1 Air being slightly more advanced than Bajaj Chetak.

Sonu Roy is originally a resident of Samastipur district of Bihar, has been working as a writer in digital journalism for the last 4 years. In his career of 4 years, he has good experience from politics, automobile, motivation, sports to technology field.