New TVS Jupiter 125 Spied – Pictures & Details

TVS Jupiter 125 representation purpose

Likely to be launched during festive season, the new TVS Jupiter will get a fuel injected, 125cc single-cylinder engine

Buoyed by excellent response for Jupiter 110, TVS Motor Company is now planning to launch a 125cc version of this scooter in the Indian market. The new TVS Jupiter 125 has been snapped at one of the company’s stockyard. Though the spotted model was fully covered in camouflage, the pictures clearly reveal the resemblance with the 110cc Jupiter. This model is reportedly to be powered by a 125cc fuel injected engine. Read More – TVS Jupiter 110cc price & Other details

Report suggests that the scooter is equipped with a new digital instrument console with an analogue speedometer. The vehicle could also source the same Econometer (Eco and Power modes) from the smaller displacement Jupiter. It also gets headlamp on/off switch. The Jupier 125 could also become the first scooter in India to get fuel injection system. The spotted model features the same alloy wheels and front disc brakes offered in the regular model. The new Jupiter is expected to be powered by a 125cc engine with fuel injection unit paired to a CVT automatic unit.

New TVS Jupiter 125 spied

New TVS Jupiter 125 Launch Date

TVS is yet to make an official announcement on the launch of the new Jupiter. However, media reports suggest that the scooter could go on sale during festive season (September/October) 2017. We will update you as soon as TVS announces its launch details. Read More – TVS Apache RR 310S Launch & Other Details

New TVS Jupiter 125 Price In India

Variant Price, Expected
Standard Rs 57,000
Mid-Variant Rs 60,000
Top-end Rs 61,000

The current model is priced in the range of Rs 49,666 – Rs 53,666. With a more powerful and fuel injected engine, the new Jupiter should cost higher than the current model. We expect the new TVS scooter to be priced between Rs 57,000 and Rs 61,000.

New TVS Jupiter 125 Specifications

9-10Nm (Estimated)

Engine 125cc, single-cylinder, fuel injected
Max Power 10bhp (Estimated)
Max Torque
Gearbox CVT
Mileage 50kmpl-55kmpl

The new Jupiter is expected to be powered by a 125cc, single-cylinder, fuel injected engine. This BSIV compliant petrol engine will be coupled to a CVT automatic gearbox. It is likely to produce close to 10bhp of power and 9-10Nm of torque. The scooter is also likely to get the patented Econometer technology, which guides the rider in both Eco and Power model. It will also get the digital IDI with ignition map technology. Power will be transmitted to the wheels via a CVT automatic unit. Read More – TVS Wego | TVS Entorq

As a reminder, the current model is powered by the same 109.7cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder air-cooled engine that is good for 7.88bhp and 8Nm of torque.

New TVS Jupiter 125 Mileage

This 125cc scooter is expected to be highly fuel efficient. We expect it to return close to 55kmpl of mileage.

New TVS Jupiter 125 Instrument console


Length 1834mm
Width 650mm
Height 1115mm
Wheelbase 1275mm
Saddle Height 765mm
Ground Clearance 150mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 5-litres

Dimensionally, the new Jupiter is expected to be similar to the 110cc model. The current model 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.

Key features

Fuel injection system
Digital Instrument console
125cc engine
Headlamp On/Off Function
SYNC braking system
New Body Graphics

Suspension System

Front – Advance telescopic
Rear – Gas charged monoshock

Tyre Size

Front & Rear – 90/90-12, tubeless

Source – Rushlane

TVS Jupiter 125 Preview
  • Design
  • Engine


The new Jupiter will get a new 125cc engine with a fuel injection system, which will make it refined, more powerful and torquier. This scooter will have better throttle response and cold start characteristics


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