Ola electric vs TVS Jupiter

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I ride 5 km daily.

Should I buy Ola electric vs TVS Jupiter?

Ola electric cost is 90k

TVs Jupiter cost is 1L

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Vanguard Vanguard
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Jupiter

Generous Generous
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Ola is good till it gets some small problem and you are left in air without any service and u get OLA Free mental torture package from their customer support as part of their customer support programme.

any day go buy a petrol vehicle unless u travel more than 100km a day.

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Vanguard Vanguard
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Jupiter

Deal Captain Deal Captain
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Ola is sus. Check reviews in YouTube.

Also TVS will provide much better safety if not mileage.

TVS plus1

Deal Newbie Deal Newbie
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We are unaware of the process you followed to arrive at the choices you did.

Or of your overall intentions, expectations from investing in/spending for a vehicle.

But generally speaking, in its current avataars, I wouldn't take Ola electric bike given to me as even a free gift.

So (between these two) choice by elimination goes in favour of Jupiter.
Generous Generous
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Ola is good till it gets some small problem and you are left in air without any service and u get OLA Free mental torture package from their customer support as part of their customer support programme.

any day go buy a petrol vehicle unless u travel more than 100km a day.

Generous Generous
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For only 5 KMs per day, better go with the Honda Activa or Suzuki Access.

Avoid EVs at all. EVs are good only if your daily commute is 35+ KMs

Deal Lieutenant Deal Lieutenant
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If ev is your only desire then go for chetak or hero vida,

For petrol suzuki access or honda activa will be perfect

Both petrol and ev are at almost same price point.

Buying ev makes sense if state provides additional subsidy, zero registration, and proper charging infra present.

Comrade Comrade
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Don't buy any ev till the battery technology reaches a stage where real life mileage is not less than 300km...it will happen in 2-3 years

Till then petrol 2w is a more reliable choice.....and of them Jupiter is good for its reliability and 12 inch tyres both front and back...u will understand it's important in rainy season and if u live in a city like Mumbai where there are more potholes and breakers in roads...

P.s owner of Jupiter 125 recently purchased and ev also was in consideration but went for petrol.....

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Activa

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