March 17, 2016: 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 color scheme with Beige-colored interior panels and the embodiment of a dura cool seat. After that, the company launched another variant of the scooter named as the Jupiter ZX that features Beige inner panels and dura cool seat and is Rs. 2,000 costlier than its standard version.
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|Variants||Mileage||Top Speed||Engine Description||Power|
|TVS Jupiter 110||62 Kmpl||85 Kmph||4 Stroke, Single Cylinder, Air-Cooled, OHC||7.88 bhp @ 7500 rpm|
|TVS Jupiter ZX||62 Kmpl||85 Kmph||4 Stroke, Single Cylinder, Air-Cooled, OHC||7.88 bhp @ 7500 rpm|
|TVS Jupiter MillionR||62 Kmpl||85 Kmph||Air-cooled, 4-stroke, Single cylinder, OHC||7.88 bhp @ 7500 rpm|
The pros: Unisex scooter, excellent ergonomics, highly stable and vibe free and easy to ride and maneuver.The cons: Tyres deserve better rubber quality. The crux: Overall, performance, durability and fuel economy are the factors that make a product successful and the Jupiter has all of these, it is more advanced than the Activa.RatingIf you ask which one is the most popular automatic scooter in India, Honda Activa would be the obvious answer. But Honda cannot be credited in brining the culture of automatic scooters in India, as it was the Chennai based company TVS Motors wh... [ Read More ]
TVS Motor Company is one of the most adorable scooter manufacturing company in India which has been launching a lot of beautiful and comfortable scooters to cater the both male and female buyers. One of such is TVS Jupiter that has been awarded as a “Scooter of the Year” in 2014. With its launch, the Indian scooter market witnessed a revolution as it is a pack of elegant looks, convenient characteristics and a decent fuel economy.
The machine gets its power from a 109.7cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine which is capable enough of producing 7.88 bhp of power at 7500 rpm and 8 Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. It uses a CVT-i engine that promises a decent fuel economy of 62 kmpl, as claimed by the company. The body of the scooter is fitted on a High Rigidity Underbone type frame.
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 encircled on robust alloy wheels. Moreover, the machine comes to halt with the help of 130mm drum brakes that are mounted at the both ends.
The body dimension of the scooter is: 1834 mm in length, 650 mm in width and 1115 mm in height. A wheelbase of 1275 mm and a minimum ground clearance of 150 mm ensures the stable and agile handling while on the go. The front fascia sports a pair of twin pilot lamps that make it more evident in the dark. It is wrapped in an all-black theme with a bold 3D-emblem at both the side panels that says, Jupiter. Talking about the rear, its tail lamp section incorporates red LED’s along with clear lens turn indicators. The instrument cluster of the machine is neat and easy to read with TVS-signature driving mode indicators and a low fuel indicator. Forbye, the vehicle is provided with a switch section that employs a unique one of its kind pass-by switch which is quite convenient.
The scooter sports a key shutter lock like the one in Honda Activa. An external fuel filling inlet also adds up to the convenience factors. Speaking of convenient features, it also houses a mobile charging port, retractable bag hooks and an ample of storage space beneath the seat of 17 liters.
TVS Jupiter has been designed beautifully that provides it a well-balanced and highly stout body structure. At the front, it gets an elegant and sharp headlamp along with twin positioning lamps and triangular shaped clear lens turn indicators planted brilliantly in the apron. The scooter inherits a wider dura cool seat that provides a top-notch comfort to the rider as well as pillion. Its side panels get a 3D emblem that shout out Jupiter bold and clear. It is painted in an all-black theme that offers a classy and premium finish to the machine. Approaching towards the rear, Jupiter features a full LED tail lamp unit that is integrated with clear lens turn blinkers. Apart from that, its external fuel fill vent has been drilled just above the tail lamp section.
The scooter has body dimensions of 1834 mm in length, 650 mm in width, 1115 mm in height along with a wheelbase of 1275 mm that offers good handling. Moreover, a minimum ground clearance of 150mm ensures maximum stability while cornering. Besides this, it has been contoured with a fuel tank of 5 liters capacity and weighs just 108kgs that makes it easy to ride and convenient. Talking about instrumentation, it's easy to read and displays the information about an analogue speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge along with Economy and Power modes and the usual telltale lights.
TVS Jupiter is one of the best selling scooter in the company’s portfolio which gets its spur from a 109.7cc, air-cooled, OHC single cylinder, four-stroke engine that comes linked to an automatic transmission system. The motor is tuned to develops a maximum power of 7.88 bhp at 7500 rpm along with a peak torque of 8 Nm at 5500 rpm. The refined mill is further aided with Digital IDI with Ignition Map Technology that ensures an undelayed ignition and power delivery. With this hardware configuration, the scooter sprints from 0 to 60kmph in just 7.2 seconds and hit a top speed of 85 kmph.
TVS Jupiter has a front (90/90-12) and rear (90/90-12) sticky tyres mounted to comparatively immense, 12-inch stylish alloy wheels. 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 in enormous approach and gives sound stopping power. The suspension system comprises of durable advanced 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.
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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 technology delivers the best-in-class combination of power & fuel economy. Those desiring more involvement can take advantage of the "Power" mode to let me get the most power out of the vehicle's high revving engine.ype 4 Stroke,Single cylinder,Air Cooled,OHCDispl...
I got my TVS Jupiter 40 days back.I have found the scooter stopping at times when the speed goes below 20kmpl.I have to kick start the scooter whenever it stops.The rides are otherwise smooth and good. The mileage seems to be OK but not at its best.The scooter is sturdy and stable and good for both youth and elderly people too and ladies alike.The weight of the bike seems appropriate and is good at su...
Looks wise it is the most beautiful scooter present in the Indian Market ,average goes near about 40 - 45 km per liter which is very impressive , having good space in digi and the best part is you don't need to open diki on petrol pump petrol tank is given out side the digi and that is the most comfortable thing I found in this , another best part is that it comes with a parking light which I rarely seen on...
I have bought my jupiter four month back, the only thing which attract me to buy is its fuel consumption mileage but after using for four months it hardly gives 35 mileage now the good part is that its engine sound is very low no other scooter can beat Jupiter in terms of engine and running sound.looks are also silent and simple,the service machinq told that it gives 45+ mileage after 3rd service.pickup an...
My name is Divya rastogi and I Have been using TVs Jupiter for last 2 years . I am very happy with its performance. Its ride is smooth and I didn't come across any problem regarding to my scooty. Its mileage is awesome.... It is giving an average of 50km/litre. Its engine is good. It has alloy wheels. Seat is really comfortable and space under the seat is really good . its front light looks very stylish a...
TVS Jupiter MillionR Edition has been launched at Rs 53,034 (ex-showroom Delhi) and it gets a front disc brake and a dedicated purple paint scheme with chrome garnishing, beige inner panels, dual tone seat and special edition badge.After the ZX edition, TVS Motor is now...
Recently, two test mules of TVS Jupiter were spotted in Coimbatore with front disc brake and fuel-injection system. The scooters were seen equipped with O2 sensors and didn’t have a choke that comes associated with the carburetor, which gave the signals of Electronic Fuel I...
The Pune-based auto maker, TVS Motor Company, has recorded a two-wheeler sales growth of 14 percent in October 2015 against the corresponding month last year. The company sold out 2,64,112 units of two-wheelers in the October month of 2015, while the sale of the same month was 2,...