Okinawa says that the iPraise+ and Praise Pro were the most preferred electric scooters and topped the sales charts, which has seen a significant increase in the numbers.
The craze of Okinawa electric scooters is on the rise
Okinawa Autotech has witnessed an increase in sales in the months of April, May and June 2021 due to rising fuel prices. One reason for this is that the supportive policies of many state governments are also involved in the rapid adoption of electric two-wheelers. The company has shared its sales figures for the first quarter of FY 2022. During this period, Okinawa has sold more than 15,000 electric scooters in the country.
The company sold 4,467 units in April, 5,649 units in May and 5,860 units in June 2021 i.e. the highest in the previous month. Okinawa has expanded its presence in the southern states of India such as Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra, with Bangalore, Kancheepuram, Nellore and Pune having the largest number of buyers.
Okinawa says that the iPraise+ and Praise Pro were the most preferred electric scooters and topped the sales charts, thereby expanding the numbers significantly. The brand currently has over 350 dealers across India and the company has a presence in Tier-2, Tier-3 and rural areas of the country as well. Commenting on the latest announcement, Jitendra Sharma, MD & Founder, Okinawa Autotech, said that after the revision of the FAME II scheme, Okinawa saw a significant increase in the demand for electric scooters, and as fuel prices have risen, people too started liking it.
He further told that, people are now liking electric scooters more than other scooters because the cost is less and the way petrol prices are increasing, people have started buying these scooters. He added that with these two key factors, the brand sold 5,860 scooters of various models last month, of which 80 per cent were high-speed scooters.
Moreover, Okinawa has been witnessing a two-fold increase in the number of inquiries and inquiries for various scooter models in local showrooms across India. The company says that it is satisfied with the subsidy given by both the central and state governments.
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