TVS Jupiter 125The TVS Jupiter 125 scooter with a price tag ranging between Rs. 73,400 to Rs. 81,300. It is available in 3 variants and 9 colours. Powered by a 124.8 cc bs6 engine, the TVS Jupiter 125 has a CVT gearbox. The TVS Jupiter 125 has Disc front brakes and Drum rear brakes. Over 10 User reviews basis Mileage, Performance, Price and overall experience of users for TVS Jupiter 125.Change Scooter
TVS Jupiter 125 Price
The price of TVS Jupiter 125 starts at Rs. 73,400 and goes upto Rs. 81,300. TVS Jupiter 125 is offered in 3 variants - Jupiter 125 Drum, Jupiter 125 Drum Alloy and the top variant Jupiter 125 Disc which comes at a price tag of Rs. 81,300.
Jupiter 125 Price List (Variants)
|Jupiter 125 Drum124.8 cc||Rs.73,400|
|Jupiter 125 Drum Alloy124.8 cc||Rs.76,800|
|Jupiter 125 Disc124.8 cc||Rs.81,300|
Key Specs of Jupiter 125
TVS Jupiter 125 Highlights
TVS has launched the Jupiter 125, with prices starting from Rs 73,400 (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the base variant. This is the Hosur-based manufacturer’s first family-oriented125cc scooter as the TVS NTorq 125 is more of a sporty offering targeted at younger audiences. The Jupiter 125 comes with the largest underseat storage, unique first-in-segment apron-mounted fuel tank cap, and a few other practical features. You can read all about the scooter in our launch report here.
TVS Jupiter 125 Price:
Prices of the TVS Jupiter 125 start from Rs 73,400 for the base variant with steel wheels and front drum brake. The alloy wheel variant with drum brakes comes in at Rs 76,800, whereas the range-topping front disc brake with alloy wheels variant costs Rs 81,300 (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi). The base variant is available in two colour schemes: Pristine White, and Titanium Grey, while the mid-spec front drum brake/alloy wheels version comes in Dawn Orange, Indiblue, Titanium Grey, and Pristine White colour options. The top-end disc variant is offered in three colours: Dawn Orange, Indiblue, and Titanium Grey.
TVS Jupiter 125 Features:
The TVS Jupiter 125 boasts LED DRLs, headlight and tail lamp. You get a semi-digital instrument cluster that shows the real-time and average mileage, distance to empty, triple trip meters, odometer, clock, low voltage indicator, helmet reminder and a fuel gauge. The scooter also features a silent starter along with a stop-start system to improve efficiency in heavy traffic. There’s a massive 33-litre underseat storage, large enough to accommodate two ISI-certified helmets, besides an apron-mounted two-litre cubbyhole with an integrated charging port, and a retractable hook. Interestingly, the fuel tank cap is on the apron (a segment-first feature), making refuelling a breeze.
TVS Jupiter 125 Engine:
The TVS Jupiter 125 is powered by a new 124.8cc single-cylinder two-valve engine, producing 8.3PS at 6000rpm and 10.5Nm at 4500rpm. Comparatively, the 110cc TVS Jupiter makes 7.47PS and 8.4Nm, and the TVS NTorq 125 churns out 9.38PS and 10.5Nm.
TVS Jupiter 125 Suspension And Brakes:
The Jupiter 125 gets a new chassis, sprung on a telescopic front fork and a three-step preload-adjustable gas-charged rear monoshock. It rolls on 12-inch wheels shod with 90-section tyres at both ends. Braking prowess comes from 130mm drum brakes (or a 220mm disc up front, if you opt for the top variant) with combined braking tech as standard. At 109kg, the 125cc scooter weighs 2kg more than the 110cc one.
TVS Jupiter 125 Rivals:
The TVS Jupiter 125 goes head-to-head against the best-selling 125cc scooter in the country, the Suzuki Access 125. Other rivals include the Honda Activa 125, Yamaha Fascino 125 Fi, and the Hero Destini 125. However, for a similar price, one can also consider TVS NTorq 125, Hero Splendor iSmart 110, or the Hero Maestro Edge 125.
TVS Jupiter 125 Pros and Cons
Things We Like in Jupiter 125
- External fuel filler cap adds to the convenience.
- Largest underseat storage space of 33 litres.
- Fit and finish along with switchgear quality is among the best in segment.
Things We Don't Like in Jupiter 125
- The styling isn’t distinctive.
- Doesn’t get connected features as an option.
Stand Out Features
Only scooter in the segment that can fit two helmets.
External fuel filler cap below the handlebar adds convenience.
Most of the body panels are made of metal.
Largest seat in the segment.
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Jupiter 125 Expert Review
TVS disrupted the 110cc scooter segment when it launched the Jupiter 110 many years back. The logical progression for TVS would have been to enter the 125cc space to rival the likes of the Suzuki Access 125 and the Honda Activa 125. Instead, the Hosur-based brand entered the sporty segment by launching the Ntorq 125, which has established itself as undoubtedly the best sporty 125cc scooter on sale.
Now, TVS has turned its attention to the 125cc family scooter space with the new TVS Jupiter 125. As expected, the new Jupiter 125 comes with a set of nifty segment-first features, which should help it stand out. Does TVS have yet another winner in its hands?
Design and Features
The new Jupiter 125 gets LED headlight and a conventional taillight. While the indicators are bulb units, you do get LED DRLs with them. As expected from TVS offerings, the fit and finish levels are top-notch, and the switchgear quality is among the best in the segment. Our test scooter was draped in a unique shade of orange with vibrant-looking metal flakes -- the overall paint quality was impressive. I liked the taillight design and the rear panel in general, thanks to the unique character line. But we cannot say the same about the face of the scooter. The LED headlight is sharp, but the shape of the indicator and the chrome strip running above it is similar to Activa 125. We would have preferred a more unique face for the Jupiter 125.
The riding position is upright and comfortable. Even the handlebar is placed high, and it didn’t foul my legs (I am 5’10” tall) while taking u-turns. The footboard space is gracious; even with my size-11 shoes, there was space left. The TVS Jupiter 125’s seat (65mm longer than the Jupiter 110) is also the longest in the segment. Rider aside, even the pillion has loads of space, and the seat padding is also spot on.
At 765mm, the seat height is the lowest in the segment, but the wide seat can be a bit problematic for shorter riders. Even the floorboard space is among the best in the segment, and TVS claims you can easily carry an LPG gas cylinder. However, we strongly recommend our readers to not do such a thing as it can be a safety hazard.
Engine and Performance
The 2021 Jupiter 125 is powered by a 124.8cc motor that shares its bore and stroke figures with the TVS Ntorq 125. TVS claims that it’s an all-new engine (different from that of the Ntorq), and it has been tuned to offer good bottom and mid-range performance.
TVS Jupiter 125
TVS NTorq 125
124.8 cc single-cylinder with 2 valves
124.8cc single-cylinder with 3 valves
8.3 PS @ 6,000rpm
10.2PS @ 7,000rpm
10.5Nm @ 4,500rpm
10.8Nm @ 5,500rpm
Understandably, the Jupiter 125 isn't as quick as the Ntorq, but the scooter does feel peppy from 0-40kmph. The strong mid-range means that it pulls cleanly from 20-60kmph too, which will be really useful while commuting in the city. Post 70kmph, the Jupiter 125 gathers momentum slowly; we did manage to clock around 90kmph on the TVS test track. The slightly weak top-end is courtesy of the 2-valve head motor, unlike the 3-valve head on the Ntorq 125.
Braking and Handling
With a kerb weight of 109kg it feels quite nimble too. It is quick to turn, like most scooters are, but doesn’t feel twitchy when you do tip it in. This is also down to the fact that it’s running on 12-inch wheels at both ends, which helps with stability, even though the tyres, both sized 90/90, are a little on the skinnier side. The TVS Jupiter 125 is the only scooter in its segment to offer a gas-charged shock that can be adjusted without a tool. The ride quality is supple, absorbing most of the bumps in a calm and composed manner. The version of the Jupiter 125 we rode came with the optional 220mm front disc brake, which seems to be the same as that on the Jupiter 110. But it provided an excellent bite, and the feel at the lever was really good too. And of course, the scooter comes equipped with synchronised brakes as standard.
Safety and Features
Convenience was one of the main targets for TVS designers and engineers when they started developing the Jupiter 125. They managed to achieve it by positioning the fuel tank in the floorboard -- this has two benefits. First, the fuel filler cap has been placed below the handlebar, and it can be easily accessed via the keyhole. This means you can ride into a fuel bunk and get the job done without even having to get off the scooter -- now isn’t that convenient?
TVS has loaded the Jupiter 125 with a host of features, including start/stop tech, LED underseat storage light, brake lock, and an optional USB charger. The instrument console is a semi-digital unit with an analogue speedometer. The LCD unit displays real-time fuel efficiency, overall fuel efficiency, two tripmeters, reserve range, and a side-stand indicator. The other advantage of positioning the fuel tank under the footboard is that it frees up underseat storage space. At 33 litres, the TVS Jupiter 125 boasts the largest underseat storage for any 125cc scooter on sale. In fact, you can store two ISI-certified helmets (one full-face and the other half-face) underneath the seat. The LED under seat storage light comes as standard across all variants.
Apart from the massive underseat storage, you also get a 2-litre cubbyhole (below the handlebar) where you can store your mobile phone, water bottle, or other items. There’s even an optional USB charger next to it.
The TVS Jupiter 125 misses out on Bluetooth connectivity and turn-by-turn navigation, present on most 125cc scooters on sale. However, TVS said they might offer this as an update next year, depending on customer feedback.
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TVS Jupiter 125 Specifications
|Engine Type||Single cylinder, 4 stroke, Air cooled|
|No. of Cylinders||1|
|Max Power||8.15 PS @ 6500 rpm|
|Max Torque||10.5 Nm @ 4500 rpm|
|Fuel Capacity||5.1 l|
TVS Jupiter 125 Features
|Braking Type||Synchronized Braking System|
|External Fuel Filling||Yes|
|LED Tail Light||Yes|
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S 526, School Block, Shakarpur Flyover, Delhi, Delhi, 110092
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Arya Samaj Road, Narela., Delhi, Delhi, 110040
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A 15, Rajapuri (Defence Enclave), Opp Sector 5, Dwarka, New Delhi, Delhi, Delhi, 110059
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B 24, Main Road, Kanti Nagar, Delhi East, Delhi., Delhi, Delhi, 110051
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954 E, Main 100 Feet Road, Babarpur ext, Shahdara., Delhi, Delhi, 110032
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Jupiter 125 Price In India
|Delhi||Rs. 73,400 - 81,300|