19th January, 2015: With some cosmetic updates,TVS has launched a special edition of Jupiter. It runs on a 109.7cc engine that claims a mileage of 62kmpl. The special edition gets an exclusive Stallion Brown colour scheme with Beige-coloured interior panels and the incorporation of a duracool seat that keeps it 10 degrees cooler than a usual seat. A “Scooter of the Year” emblem is also stacked at the front panel which gives it a premium look. At a nominal price of Rs. 46,925 (ex-showroom Delhi), the scooter is seen as a tough competitor of Honda Activa. Besides the special edition paint job, its standard version is available in the following shades: Titanium Grey, Matte Beige, Sparkling Silver, Midnight Black, Volcano Red and Pristine White.
TVS Jupiter Bikes
109.7cc, Petrol, 62 KmplRs 44,750*
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Awarded as the “Scooter of the Year 2014”, TVS’s decision of bringing up the Jupiter in 110cc class paid off well. It is loaded with some supercool features which make it a promising product in the TVS portfolio. The scooter has revived the Indian Scooter market with its stylish looks, a pack of convenient features and a good fuel economy.
TVS Jupiter is powered by a 109.7cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine which develops a maximum power of 7.88bhp at 7500rpm with a peak torque of 8Nm at 5500rpm. The CVT-i engine assures a decent fuel economy of 62kmpl, as claimed by the company, along with a smoother engine performance. TVS Jupiter’s body is mounted on a High Rigidity Underbone type chassis.
The suspension system of TVS Jupiter includes advance telescopic suspension at the front and gas-charged monoshock at the rear. The tubeless tyres come in the size of 90/90-12 at both ends. The braking kit employs 130mm drum brakes for the front as well as rear. TVS Jupiter special edition comes with a duracool seat which the Chennai based manufacturer claims as 10 degree cooler and comfortable than other scooter saddles.
TVS Jupiter comes with a pair of twin pilot lamps to make it more noticeable in the dark. It comes in an all-black theme with a bold 3D-emblem, saying Jupiter, at side panels. The tail-lamp section is filled with red LED’s with clear lens blinkers. The instrument console of TVS Jupiter is neat and easily readable with TVS-signature driving mode indicators and a low fuel indicator. The switch-section of Jupiter employs a unique one of its kind pass-by switch which is quite convenient. A key-shutter lock like the one in Honda Activa also find its place here. An external fuel filling inlet also add up to the convenience factors.
TVS Jupiter also features a mobile charging port, retractable bag hooks and a spacious under seat storage of 17 liter. The handle of the scooter can be locked in both directions, left and right, giving another benefit to its customers. With a very affordable price, it truly deserves becoming the most popular and trustworthy scooter of the country. It is capable of sweeping other 110cc scooters off their feet with its superior ride quality and loads of reliable features.
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19 Jan, 2015 | 290 views
The Chennai based two-wheeler manufacturer- TVS Motor has launched a special edition of its celebrated 110cc scooter Jupiter. It will be a limited edition scooter and it receives some major cosmetic upgrades apart from the existing features.Read More
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India's fourth largest two-wheeler manufacturer TVS motors is targeting to increase its share in the emerging automatic scooter segment in India. Right now, the company has around 15% market share in the segment, and after launching the first male specific scooter Jupiter, company hopes to increase the share by 5%.Read More
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