TVS Jupiter, Scooty Pep Plus, Scooty Zest And NTorq BS6 Price Hiked

Published On Apr 8, 2021 02:53 PM By Gaurav Sadanand for TVS Jupiter

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The price hike ranges from Rs 540 to Rs 2535

TVS has increased the price of its entire product portfolio for the 2021-22 financial year. Its scooters have witnessed a surge in price ranging from Rs 540 to Rs 2535 depending on the model. TVS’ Scooty Pep Plus Matte edition now costs Rs 58,759, as opposed to the earlier Rs 56,224 asking price. Luckily, the price hike isn’t that substantial, unlike a couple of other manufacturers. Given below is the 2021 price list along with the price difference for your reference:  

Model

Latest Price

Previous Price

Difference

Scooty Pep Plus Glossy

Rs 56,009

Rs 54,374

Rs 1,635

Scooty Pep Plus Matte Edition

Rs 58,759

Rs 56,224

Rs 2,535

Scooty Zest 110 Gloss

Rs 62,980

Rs 61,345

Rs 1,635

Scooty Zest 110 Matte Series

Rs 64,980

Rs 63,345

Rs 1,635

Jupiter Sheet Metal Wheel

Rs 64,437

Rs 63,497

Rs 940

Jupiter STD

Rs 66,662

Rs 65,497

Rs 1,165

Jupiter ZX

Rs 69,637

Rs 68,247

Rs 1,390

Jupiter ZX Disc with iTouchstart

Rs 73,737

Rs 72,347

Rs 1,390

Jupiter Classic

Rs 73,707

Rs 72,472

Rs 1,235

NTorq 125 Drum

Rs 71,095

Rs 70,555

Rs 540

NTorq 125 Disc

Rs 75,395

Rs 74,555

Rs 840

NTorq 125 Race Edition

Rs 78,375

Rs 77,035

Rs 1,340

NTorq 125 Super Squad Edition

Rs 81,075

Rs 79,535

Rs 1,540

To keep things fresh, TVS recently launched the Star City Plus BS6 in a new colour for Holi. Apart from the new livery, though, the bike remains cosmetically and mechanically unchanged. The Apache RTR 160 4V was also updated to make more power and torque while shedding 2kg of weight. This makes it the most powerful 160cc streetfighter in its segment. More details here.

Last but not the least, TVS will soon launch the updated Apache RR 310 in India. The bike was supposed to be launched on April 7 but has been delayed thanks to the rise in COVID-19 cases across the country. We believe the 2021 RR 310 may get similar updates as the RTR 200. Here’s what we expect

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