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|62 Kmpl||85 Kmph||109.7 cc View All Specs||Rs.Check now|
The TVS Jupiter packs more features than you expect and is offered at a competitive price tag. You’ll have a tough time looking for faults in the Jupiter. This scooter is highly recommended if you’re willing to look past the ubiquitous Honda Activa.
March 17, 2017: TVS has updated the Jupiter with BS IV-ready engine and always-headlamp-on feature to comply with the regulations that go into effect on April 1, 2017. The combined braking that was ...
The least priced variant is TVS Jupiter 110 priced at Rs. 56,637 and the most priced variant is TVS Jupiter ZX priced at Rs. 58,813.
|110cc||109.7 cc, 62 Kmpl||Rs.56,637|
|ZX||109.7 cc, 62 Kmpl||Rs.58,813|
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March 17, 2017: TVS has updated the Jupiter with BS IV-ready engine and always-headlamp-on feature to comply with the regulations that go into effect on April 1, 2017. The combined braking that was exclusive to the ZX trim is now a standard feature and there are two new color options; Jade Green and Mystic Gold. Prices remain unchanged despite the update.
TVS Jupiter is among the most popular scooter offerings from TVS. The 110cc scoter was launched in 2013 to rival the popular Honda Activa. The balanced styling appeals to a wide range of buyers and helped the company achieve the one million sales mark for the scooter. A special variant called the MillionR edition was also launched with disc brake, unique paint job, and few cosmetic changes to celebrate a million units sold. The TVS Jupiter is loaded with features, most of which are the segment first, and that plays a big role in making it the most value-for-money 110cc scooter in India. The scooter is powered by an 110cc motor delivering 8PS of power and 8Nm of peak torque. The disc brake variant of the Jupiter is priced at Rs 53,666 (ex-showroom Delhi) making it the great value. The TVS Jupiter competes against the Honda Activa 4G, Mahindra Gusto, Hero Maestro Edge and the Yamaha Alpha.
The design is very masculine and it can go toe-to-toe with the Activa on that front. Just like the Honda scooter, it’s also made with metal body panels. So chances of cracking body panels are low but dents will still find their way if you’re not careful.
The biggest design feature for the Jupiter is matt color paint options and beige plastic panels. Both of which help it look much more premium than the competition. With the disc brake on the top trim, it’s just as good at stopping as it is at taking off. The large 12-inch alloy wheels are standard and further add to the style quotient of the scooter. The long wheelbase and bigger wheels give it extra stability at higher speeds.
On the feature front, the Jupiter remains unchallenged. It comes with a long list of features, which are either segment-first or still exclusively available on TVS scooters. The forward-facing kick-start makes it easy to crank the Jupiter while staying seated on the scooter. External fuel lid is another boon that allows the rider to remain planted on the cushy seat at fuel pumps. On the console, it has an eco indicator to suggest a good speed for optimal fuel efficiency and a low fuel indicator to find tell you when it’s time to look for a fuel station.
The same 110cc engine that powers the Wego also does duty on the TVS Jupiter. The air-cooled, single-cylinder motor delivers 8PS of power at 7500 rpm and 8Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. Power is transmitted to the rear wheel via a CVT transmission. It offers good refinement levels but at as the revs climb, it starts to feel strained.
Acceleration is also quick. The scooter can reach speeds of 70kmph without any strain on the engine and it takes only 11 seconds to touch 60kmph. Post that vibrations start to creep in through the seat and the handlebars. You can still go to 80kmph in short bursts to overtake a lane hogger and then settle into the rhythm between 60-70kmpl. The manufacturer-claimed fuel efficiency figure of the Jupiter is 62kmpl.
|Others||Rs 1,819 |
|On Road||Rs 56,637|
|Others||Rs 1,819 |
|On Road||Rs 58,813|