Electric scooters have been all the rage in the market in the recent times, with rising fuel prices people have been adamant to figure out every alternative they can manage to the conventional vehicles. In such a pursuit an A YouTuber channel ASardar Reviews conducted an arduous Hill Climb test that would bring the utter Reality of all these scooters to light. In his test he brought along Ather 450 X , Ola 1 Pro and the Bajaj Chetak Electric to find out the best performer from the herd.
The Test conditions -(Ather 450X VS Ola S1 Pro VS Bajaj Chetak )
The test was pretty simple and real , all the scooters were tested to rise up a hill climb with a pillion on the back in similar situation. All three of them were tested while there being a Pillion on the back . Of course going along the way the Reviewer toggled in-between the modes to generate more power and torque to rise up the hill climb more easily.
The Bajaj Chetak,Electric (Ather 450X VS Ola S1 Pro VS Bajaj Chetak )
Bajaj brought its old legendary name to the EV market with the belief that it would again make similar headway in the market as the old legend but the sales as well as the market presence of the scooter has been nothing but short of such an impact. But at the hill climb the scooter rose up the hill pretty well in Eco mode and shifted automatically to sport as the going got tough . It rose up the hill pretty well with the speed of about 45Km/h.
Ather 450 X,(Ather 450X VS Ola S1 Pro VS Bajaj Chetak )
Ather rose up the hill most gracefully and vigorously among all its competitors, it also started at normal mode but as soon as the hill climb got steeper the reviewer shifted it to the wrap mode . after which it rose up the hill with profound ease without any difficulty maintaining a speed 60 kmph highest among the three in comparison.
Ola S1 Pro,(Ather 450X VS Ola S1 Pro VS Bajaj Chetak )
Ola was kept for the last , Ola wins on the paper as its specifications are the best among the others, but while the hill climb the Ola s1 pro after normal braking gave up to rise the hill with a pillion , then the reviewer shifted it to sport mode and the pillion got off the EV for a while it stood like a diffident mule on the road Unresponsive to anything done by the reviewer. After changing the mode to sport the scooter started to ride up the hill with only its battery realizing it has heated itself up and came to an abrupt stop in-between the climb. The reason for such a performance can be the fact that as soon as you brake in EVS their battery directly manages its paces rather than more conventional Engine braking. Which means while breaking hard while climbing a hill it might be tough for you to start again in-between a climb.
Such a performance was not expected from Ola which has been the most renowned Ev scooter recently. This was a phenomenal review by the You Tuber.
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