Priced at Rs 49,666 (ex-showroom Delhi), the new TVS Jupiter is now available with BS-IV compliant engine & AHO (Automatic Headlamp On).
TVS Motor Company has launched the 2017 TVS Jupiter automatic scooter in the Indian two-wheeler market. Equipped with BSIV compliant engine, the 2017 model is priced at Rs 49,666 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It also comes equipped with Auto Headlamp On (AHO), which means it misses out on headlamp switchgear. Adding to it, the Jupiter now gets Sync Braking System (SBS) as standard across the range. As a reminder, SBS was earlier offered only on the top-end ZX trim. This system further enhances the braking system as it automatically activates the front brakes when the rear brakes are used.
The new Jupiter is also available with two new colour options – Jade Green and Mystic Gold. Powering the scooter is the same 109.7cc single-cylinder air-cooled OHC engine that is good for 8PS and 8Nm of torque. Power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a CVT automatic unit. It also features the patented Econometer technology, which guides the rider in both Eco and Power mode.
Other two-wheeler manufacturers like Honda and Bajaj have already taken this proactive measure by updating their product lineup. While the Honda has recently come up with the new Activa 4G scooter, the Bajaj introduced the new Avenger and Pulsar RS200, NS200 and Pulsar 150. Just so you know, the BSIV emission norms will be mandatory from 1st April 2017. With less than a month to go, all two-wheeler manufacturers are paced up achieving the BSIV compliance for all their models. Read – TVS Akula 310 – All You Need To Know
|Variant||Price, Ex-showroom Delhi|
|Jupiter MillionR||Rs 51,689|
|Jupiter ZX||Rs 53,666|
The new Jupiter is available in three variants – Standard, ZX and ZX Disc. While the standard variant is tagged at Rs 49,666, the ZX variant is priced at Rs 51,689. The top-end ZX Disc variant comes at a price of Rs 53,666. All the prices are ex-showroom Delhi. Check Out – TVS X21 Concept – Pictures & Details
|Engine||BSIV 109.7cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder air-cooled|
|Max Power||7.88bhp @ 7,500rpm|
|Max Torque||8Nm @ 5,5000rpm|
For 2017, the scooter continues to be powered by the same 109.7cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder air-cooled engine with overhead camshaft configuration. This petrol engine is now available with BSIV emission standards. Coupled to a CVT automatic gearbox, it churns out a maximum power output of 7.88bhp at 7,500rpm and a peak torque of 8Nm at 5,500rpm. The scooter also gets the patented Econometer technology, which guides the rider in both Eco and Power mode. It is also equipped with digital IDI with ignition map technology. The new 2017 TVS Jupiter mileage figure is same as the current model as both share the engine. The existing version delivers a fuel economy of 62kmpl. Read More About – TVS IQube | TVS EnTorq
The 2017 Jupiter is available with a choice of ten colour schemes – Royal Wine, Matte Blue, Stallion Brown, Titanium Grey, Sparkling Silver, Midnight Black, Volcano Red, Jade Green, Mystic Gold and Pristine White.
While the original design of the scooter remains similar to the current model, it receives some new body graphics and features. Sitting on the high rigidity underbone type frame, the updated Jupiter ditched the regular halogen multi-reflector headlamp for AHO (Automatic Headlamp On). On the front body panel, there is a BSIV sticker. Most of the features will be carried over from the current model including digital fuel guage, tripmeter, turn signal and pillion footrest. The scooter also gets SYNC Braking System (SBS) is available as standard across the range. Earlier, this function was offered only in the top-end ZX trim.
|Fuel Tank Capacity||5-litres|
Dimensionally, the new Jupiter is 1,834mm long, 650mm wide and 1,115mm tall, and has a wheelbase of 1,275mm. The ground clearance of 150mm makes easier to ride it through Indian city roads.
Front – Advance telescopic
Rear – Gas charged monoshock
Front & Rear – 130mm Drum
Front & Rear – 90/90-12, tubeless