Key Specs of TVS Jupiter
|Maximum Speed||85 Kmph|
|Power||7.99 bhp @ 7500 rpm|
|Cooling System||Air Cooled|
TVS Jupiter Highlights
21 Aug 2018: The Jupiter is TVS’ best selling scooter and its sales achievement of 25 lakh units in July is a true testament to the scooter’s potential. Its design may be sober but it is highly functional too, making it appealing to both mature and young buyers who are in the market for a bulletproof scooter. In August last year, TVS launched a retro-looking variant of the Jupiter, called the Jupiter Classic Edition. It features a windshield and a more premium seat with a grab rail integrated with the cushioned backrest. The scooter commands a price tag of Rs 57,323, ex-showroom Delhi.
Coming back to the standard variant, the Jupiter has the proportions of a typical family scooter. The bodywork bears minimalistic graphics. However, for more visual appeal, TVS offers the scooter in a whopping 12 colours! The analogue instrument cluster gets an Econometer to show whether the rider is riding aggressively or efficiently. With a 5-litre fuel tank and a claimed efficiency figure of 62kmpl, its theoretical range is over 300km. However, expect a real-life range of at least 250km on a tankful. Powering the scooter is a 109.7cc CVT-i engine that’s good for 7.99PS at 7500rpm and 8Nm at 5500rpm.
The Jupiter rides on telescopic front forks and a rear gas-charged single shock absorber. TVS offers a 220mm front disc as an option. Otherwise, 130mm drum brakes on both ends is standard, with Sync Brake System on both ends. Primary rivals of the Jupiter include the Honda Activa 5G, Yamaha Alpha and Hero Maestro Edge in its segment.
TVS Jupiter Pros and Cons
Things We Like in Jupiter
- External fuel filler cap aids convenience
- Best-in-class headlamp
- Optional disc brake has sharp bite
- Long list of features like mobile charger, reserve fuel indicator etc.
Things We Don't Like in Jupiter
- Styling could have been better
- Engine could do with better acceleration and refinement
- Seats are too soft
TVS Jupiter Price
|Jupiter STD62 Kmpl ARAI Mileage, 109.7 cc||Rs.51,488|
|Jupiter ZX62 Kmpl ARAI Mileage, 109.7 cc||Rs.54,436|
|Jupiter ZX Disc62 Kmpl ARAI Mileage, 109.7 cc||Rs.56,488|
|Jupiter Classic62 kmpl ARAI Mileage, 109.7 cc||Rs.57,648|
TVS dealers in Delhi
28/11, GT Road, Jeevan Sarita, Dilshad Garden, New Delhi, Delhi 110095
- Binsar TVS
954 E, Main 100 Feet Road, Babarpur ext, Shahdara., Delhi 110032
- Om TVS
A-5, Molarband Extension, Main Jaitpur Road, Badarpur., Delhi 110044
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TVS Jupiter Specifications
|Mileage||62 Kmpl ARAI Mileage|
|Fuel Capacity||5 L|
|Engine Type||Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, OHC|
|Maximum Speed||85 Kmph|
TVS Jupiter Features
|Head Lamp||Halogen (Multi-Reflector Type)|
|LED Tail Light||Y|
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TVS Jupiter Expert Review
The TVS Jupiter is the second best selling scooter in India after the segment-leading Honda Activa. Last year in August, the company launched the Classic edition of the Jupiter, featuring a retro classic styling theme with a windshield, chrome-finished mirrors, cushioned backrest, and dual-tone seats. Powering the scooter is a BSIV-compliant, 109.7cc single-cylinder engine that produces max power of 7.99PS @ 7500rpm and peak torque of 8Nm @ 5500 rpm. TVS claims that the scooter can reach a top speed of 85kmph and returns a fuel economy of 62kmpl. The total fuel tank capacity of the scooter is 5 litres. Notable features include TVS’ unique Eco and Power mode indicators, external fuel-filler cap, mobile charging point, high beam flasher and a reserve indicator.
The Jupiter range is offered in four variants - STD, ZX, ZX Disc, and the recently launched Classic edition. The base variant comes with basic features and is priced at Rs 51,163. The Classic edition is the top-end variant which commands a price tag of Rs 57,323 (ex-showroom Delhi). One can choose from 9 different colours: Midnight black, Volcano red, Pristine white, Mystic gold, Sunlit ivary, Royal wine, Titanium grey, Matte blue and Autumn brown. The TVS Jupiter continues to give tough competition to the Honda Activa that has been launched in its 5G version for 2018, while the Hero Maestro Edge and the Yamaha Alpha are its other notable competitors.
Design and Features
The TVS Jupiter features a simplistic yet modern and stylish design. The front apron houses a halogen headlamp with twin pilot lamps, which is seldom found in scooters. There are large clear lens indicators placed below the headlight on either side along with a triangular air vent in the middle. The sides feature a 3D Jupiter badge, adding to its visual appeal. Coming to the rear end, it has an LED tail light, clear lens indicators, silver grab rails and a convenient external fuel filler cap. The Jupiter rolls on 5-spoke, all-black 12-inch alloy wheels that boost the visual quotient. The top-spec Classic Edition flaunts a retro look with a windshield, chrome-finished mirrors, cushioned backrest and dual-tone seats.
The Jupiter comes with an analogue instrument console with information like tripmeter, headlamp indicator, pass light, econometer, low fuel indicator and fuel gauge. Some other noteworthy features include Automatic Headlight On (AHO), parking brake, retractable bag hooks, and a provisional mobile charging slot. The underseat storage capacity of 17 litres is decent enough for everyday knick-knacks.
Braking and Handling
The suspension setup of the Jupiter comprises of telescopic forks up front and a gas-charged monoshock at the rear. Its 12-inch alloy wheels at both ends are shod in tubeless tyres. The scooter makes do with 130mm drum brakes at both the ends in the base-spec variants, while a 220mm front disc brake is available in the ZX Disc and the Classic variants. TVS' Sync Braking System (SBS) is offered as standard on all drum brake-equipped variants of the Jupiter for effective braking and control under emergency braking situations.
Safety and Features
While the front disc is optional in the Jupiter, the braking system on all of the drum brake-equipped variants gets the company’s Sync Braking System (SBS) for effective braking and added safety. This system is similar to Honda’s Combi Brake System (CBS) and uses a relay lever to automatically activate the front brake even if only the rear brake lever is pulled. The relay effect ensures that the deceleration is evenly distributed, thus offering superior braking control. Furthermore, introduction of the AHO feature ensures that the headlight is always on to enhance the visibility of the vehicle. Other notable features include a parking brake, retractable bag hooks, and an optional mobile charging slot.
TVS Jupiter Mileage
TVS Jupiter STD gives a mileage of 62 Kmpl as claimed by the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI).
TVS Jupiter Videos
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Jupiter price in India
|Delhi||Rs. 51,488 - 57,648|
|Kolkata||Rs. 55,287 - 61,347|
|Chennai||Rs. 55,559 - 61,919|
|Hyderabad||Rs. 54,947 - 61,057|
|Bangalore||Rs. 55,078 - 63,188|
|Mumbai||Rs. 53,844 - 59,879|
|Pune||Rs. 53,844 - 59,879|