Okinawa aims to expand their customer
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Okinawa bets big on Gujarat EV Policy aims to expand its customer base in the upcoming year. The brand has announced big plans to capture a significant market share in the state of Gujarat with its affordable electric scooters. With being a member of the Gujarat Energy Development Agency, the company also looks forward to contributing to the rapid EV adoption in the State. Currently, Okinawa has a strong network of dealerships which it aims to expand by 50% by the end of the current fiscal year.

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Commenting on the same Mr. Jeetender Sharma, MD & Founder of Okinawa Autotech states “The state government has made an exceptional move that would allow more buyers from the bottom of the pyramid to ride and prosper with electric two-wheelers. To help the state achieve its goal of having 2 lakh electric vehicles on the road in the next four years. In order to assist the government in achieving this aim, we are also extending our presence and footing in the region.”

Okinawa aims to expand their customer

The company currently has a customer base of over 5,000 in Gujarat and is optimistic to triple the numbers by 2022. Okinawa has been seeing high traction for its high-speed scooters pan India which are Okinawa Ridge+, Okinawa Praise Pro, and Okinawa iPraise+ amongst the entire range, with the features such as anti-theft sensor, side-stand sensor, keyless entry, and a “Find My Scooter” location tracker for enhanced safety for the end-users. With prices cut from ₹84,795 to ₹57,848 for the Okinawa Praise Pro, ₹69,000 to ₹44,391 for the Okinawa Ridge+, and ₹1,17,600 to ₹79,708 for the Okinawa iPraise+, effective 1st July 2021 makes the brand more affordable.

Okinawa says that they have tied up with several banks, NBFC, Fintech Co, Leasing & retail companies to expand the customer base. The company aims to make it easy and well within the reach of every single person to possess Okinawa’s scooters. 

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By Madhav Banka

Madhav is a Tech Enthusiast, who is fairly new to writing tech. He writes for The Unbiased Blog and Realmetimes as well. Also, he is willing to make his name in the auto industry as well and has started it out as well.

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