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Okinawa, CredR ink pact to launch change supply on petrol two-wheelers

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MUMBAI: Electric two-wheeler maker Okinawa and on-line platform for used bikes CredR have partnered to launch change supply on any petrol-based two-wheeler for e-scooter. As a results of the pandemic, persons are turning into environmentally acutely aware and are transferring in direction of the adoption of e-vehicles, that are gaining increased acceptability – additionally as a result of low buy value and working prices, amongst others. With individuals transferring in direction of EVs, it was pure for CredR to collaborate with Okinawa, a launch mentioned on Tuesday.

The scheme was initially launched in Ahmedabad, Delhi NCR, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Bangalore and Pune, and can quickly be expanded to different cities throughout the nation, it added.

While exchanging the scooter, CredR will supply instantaneous quotes for previous petrol scooters, thereby lowering the upfront value of Okinawa scooters, it mentioned.

“India’s e-mobility landscape is going to change dramatically post COVID-19 pandemic and the sales are expected to rise. As the sales of overall two-wheelers will see a boom, there will also be a rise in sales of second-hand e-two wheelers,” CredR Chief Strategic Officer Sasidhar Nandigam mentioned.

Currently, electrical mobility contributes to lower than one per cent of the two-wheelers market that may solely improve from right here, he mentioned, including “we are excited to partner with an industry giant like Okinawa in bringing about this shift in the market”.

To avail the scheme, the purchasers might want to convey of their previous petrol two-wheelers for a bodily inspection and valuation at any Okinawa showroom. An instantaneous value quote/ estimate will probably be generated via the proprietary pricing software powered by CredR, the discharge mentioned.

To full the transaction, CredR will confirm the paperwork and the well being of the petrol model of the two-wheeler, it added.

“As one of the leading EV brands in India, we are looking to enhance the accessibility and affordability for e2W buyers. Post unlock, we have seen good demand for Okinawa e-scooters. We believe increased consciousness towards safer and affordable means for transportation will make more petrol buyers consider EV,” Okinawa MD and Co-founder Jeetender Sharma mentioned.




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