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With Ola far behind in demand for electric scooters, this company has made a strong comeback; 8786 e-scooters sold

Many companies and startups are developing electric two-wheelers in the country. Choosing the best e-scooter from this crowd of two-wheelers with different names and designs is also a big challenge. Find out what the trend is in such situations. That is, which electric two-wheeler people are buying the most, then maybe the task will become easier. In such a situation, we are telling you about the best selling electric scooters in July 2022. With the help of this list, you will be able to select the best e-scooter for yourself. The top-10 companies in this list are Hero Electric, Okinawa, Ampere, TVS, Ola, Bajaj (Bajaj), Revolt, Ather (Ather), Benling and Okaya. Let’s find out who is at the top and bottom.

Hero tops, Ola fails
Talking about the top-5 electric two-wheelers of July 2022, this time the old player in this segment Hero Electric is back. Hero sold 8786 electric scooters last month. It has grown by 108.05% annually. In July 2021, the company sold 4223 electric scooters. That is this. He sold another 4563 e-scooters during the month. Similarly, Okinawa sold 8093 electric scooters with an annual growth of 213.68%. Ampere sold 6312 e-scooters with an annual growth of 860.73%. TVS sold 4244 e-scooters with a growth of 554.94% and stood at number four. Ola Electric was number five in the list. It sold 3852 e-scooters in July.

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With Ola Far Behind In Demand For Electric Scooters, This Company Has Made A Strong Comeback; 8786 E-Scooters Sold

Over the past 6 months, Okinawa has dominated
Looking at the data for the first 6 months of 2022, it is known that other electric two-wheeler companies have failed on the Okinawa front. Okinawa sold 47,121 e-vehicles during the period and had a market share of 19.58%. Hero Electric, the one-time number one company in the electric two-wheeler segment, is number two on the list. It sold 44,084 vehicles and had a market share of 18.31%. After that comes the number of All Electric. During this period, Ola sold 41,994 e-scooters with a market share of 17.45%. Two other companies in the top-5 are Ampere and Ather Energy. Surprisingly, Pure EV is not in the top-5. Pure EVs have suffered the shock of e-scooters catching fire.

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Sales of e-scooters have fallen
One of the reasons for the decline in sales of Ola electric scooters is the fire incident in the electric two-wheeler. There have been several incidents of EVs catching fire in the past few days. The Ola e-scooter did not have such an incident, but other problems were seen. Photos of the front suspension, which connects the tubes and wheels to the handlebars, have surfaced on social media. At the same time, due to a software error, it goes into automatic reverse gear. A man then received 16 stitches in his head.

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