Rushlane’s according, Okinawa sold the most electric scooters in the month of May. The company has achieved this first position by beating Ola Electric, which sold the maximum 12,702 S1 Pro in April. Okinawa sold 11,011 units in April, but in May, the company could only sell 8,888 units, a decline of 19.28%. At the same time, Ola Electric, which slipped from number one to second, sold 8,681 units in the month of May. This is a decrease of 31.66% as compared to 12,702 units in the month of April.
At the third position was Ampere, which sold 5,529 units in the month of May. However, in April the company sold 6,540 units. A decrease of 1,011 units means a decline of 15.46%. Ather, ranked fourth in the list, is the only company that has performed well in May as compared to April. Ather sold 2,450 units in April, but in May the company sold 3,098 units, which means a tremendous growth of 26.45%.
Hero Electric is at the fifth position, which has registered the biggest decline among these five brands. While the company sold 6,578 units in the month of April, in May, Hero Electric sold 2,739 electric scooters. This is a huge drop of 3,839 units, ie 58.36%.
The report further suggests that TVS Motor sold a total of 2,637 units of the iQube electric scooter in the month of May, while Bajaj’s Chetak electric scooter also registered a good growth last month.