|Others||Rs. 269 |
|On Road||Rs. 55,047|
|Others||Rs. 269 |
|On Road||Rs. 57,218|
|Others||Rs. 269 |
|On Road||Rs. 59,393|
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- 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.
- Styling could have been better
- Engine could do with better acceleration and refinement
- Seats are too soft
One of the best 110cc scooters available in the market. Has a good motor that delivers a fine balance between mileage and performance.
TVS Jupiter Highlights
The TVS Jupiter employs a 109.7cc engine that offer a decent mileage of around 62kmpl. Few months back, its special edition was launched which comes in an exclusive Stallion Brown colour scheme with Beige-coloured interior panels and the embodiment of a Dura cool seat. After that, the company laun Read more...
The updated model gets a BS-IV compliant engine, Auto Headlamp On (AHO) feature, Sync Braking System (SBS) along with two new colours ...Read Full News
TVS Jupiter Price
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E-40, Devli Road, Khanpur, Delhi - 110062, Krishna Park. 110062
28/11, GT Road, Jeevan Sarita, Dilshad Garden, New Delhi, Delhi 110095
954 E, Main 100 Feet Road, Babarpur ext, Shahdara. 110032
TVS Jupiter offers
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TVS Jupiter Colours
There are 3 variant(s) available. TVS Jupiter comes in 8 different colour(s) - Matte Blue, Mid night black, Pristine white, Royal wine, Sparking silver , Stallion brown, Titanium grey, Volcano red. There are 3 variants starting from Rs. 55,047 onwards.
Mid night black
TVS Jupiter Mileage
TVS Jupiter gives a mileage of 62 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.
mileage as per ARAI Data
* Includes only fuel and maintenance cost
TVS Jupiter Reviews
TVS Jupiter Road Test
- January 16 , 2014
The pros: Unisex scooter, excellent ergonomics, highly stable and vibe free and easy to ride and maneuver.The cons: Tyre... Read More
Jupiter User Reviews
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Most positive review
it is the most suited bike for all who loves to go without gear.The high performance 110cc CVT-i Engine generates a power of 8.2 PS and its CVT-i.....
Most critical review
this scooter is probably the worst scooter I have met with. the suspension is not up to the mark the mileage is below par. the body part is also not.....
TVS Jupiter Expert Review
TVS Motor Company is one of the oldest players in the automatic scooter segment. But with Honda ruling the roost in the 110cc scooter segment, the Hosur based manufacturer rode in the new Jupiter. The new scooter was positioned as a unisex scooter and was loaded with features to distinguish it from its rivals. TVS designers followed a conservative design to appeal to the masses and it worked. The Jupiter brought in many segment-first features in the popular scooter market which has been replicated by most of its rivals.
The machine gets its power from a 109.7cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine which is capable enough of producing 7.88PS of power at 7500 rpm and 8 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. It uses a CVT-i engine and claims a fuel economy of 62kmpl. The body of the scooter is fitted on a High Rigidity Underbone type frame and it employs metal body panels.
The vehicle equipped with telescopic forks suspension at the front and gas charged mono shock absorber at the rear. It employs 90/90-12 tubeless tyres at the front as well rear end that are wrapped around alloy wheels. Moreover, the machine comes to halt with the help of 130mm drum brakes that are mounted at the both ends. While the MillionR edition gets disc brake.
The TVS Jupiter follows the 110cc scooter formula set by the Honda Activa but there are few design distinctions. It has sharp edges in all the right places to give it a chiselled and lean look. We also like its five spoke 12 inch alloy wheels that are finished in black and give the scooter a dose of sportiness. The scooter gets handle bar mounted headlamp while the clear lens turn indicators have been neatly integrated to the apron with chrome garnishes.
At the back, the Jupiter features a full LED tail lamp unit that is combined with clear lens blinkers and endow the scooter with a distinct tail unit. Talking about instrumentation, it's easy to read analogue cluster consisting of speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge along with Economy and Power modes and the usual tell-tale lights. Switch gear quality is also among the best for scooters and it also features pass light switch. The Jupiter also gets a reserve fuel indicator and has its fuel filler cap on the outside but having to use the key on the side panel to open it takes away from the convenience bit somewhat. It also features mobile charger as an optional extra while the under seat storage has enough space to store a half-face helmet.
TVS Jupiter is one of the best-selling scooter in the company’s portfolio which gets its power from a 109.7cc, air-cooled, OHC single cylinder, four-stroke engine that comes linked to an automatic transmission system. The motor develops a maximum power of 7.88PS at 7500 rpm along with a peak torque of 8Nm at 5500 rpm. The refined mill is further aided with Digital IDI with Ignition Map Technology that ensures an undelayed ignition and power delivery. Talking about performance, the scooter sprints from 0 to 60kmph in just 7.2 seconds and hit a top speed of 85kmph. The Jupiter feels aptly powered to be a good runner in city with good mid-range. The CVT transmission though takes a bit of time to engage which increases is its acceleration timing.
The riding posture is upright with high mounted handlebar and there is lot of footboard space. TVS Jupiter has a front (90/90-12) and rear (90/90-12) sticky tyres mounted on large 12-inch stylish alloy wheels. The large diameter wheels not only increase stability at high speeds but also contribute in making the scooter more flick-able in city traffic. The tyres are tubeless that offer ample traction. The manufacturer has armed the Jupiter with 130mm drum brakes at the both ends, which works very well and provide sound stopping power. The Jupiter MillionR edition received disc brakes and we hope that TVS makes them optional across the range. The suspension system comprises of telescopic forks up front and hydraulic, gas-filled shock absorbers at the rear that ensures comfortable and stress-free ride.
The scooter has a highly luminous 12V-35/35W headlight at the front that illuminates the road well in the dark, thereby ensuring a proper and good visibility. The pass-by switch ensures easy and safe overtaking. Moreover, it has also sports a parking brake that cut down the chances of unintentional sliding or rolling. The key shutter lock prevents the chances of theft by covering the keyhole with a strong, tamper-proof cover.