2018 TVS Jupiter has a good share in the Indian market. It is the highest selling scooter of TVS and it competes with the giant, Activa 5G. The scooter is available in 4 variants and starts from Rs 50,366. In this article, we explain all the details of 2018 TVS Jupiter including price, mileage, colours and specs.
The Indian two-wheeler industry has been growing at a fast pace. Gearless scooters, in particular, have been gaining popularity among a very wide demographic ranging from college folks, office goers among others. Amongst all the scooters, TVS Jupiter is one of the top selling ones. This scooter was first launched in 2015 and since then, this is the second update that it has received. It is a little bigger than its competitors and looks stylish with its range of colours and the black alloys. It sports a 110 CC engine producing 7.9 BHP worth of power and 8 Nm worth of torque. The scooter is available in four variants – STD, ZX, ZX Disc and Classic Edition. The pricing of this scooter starts from Rs 50,336 and goes up to Rs 56,526 (ex-showroom). In this article, we explain all the details of 2018 TVS Jupiter including price, colours, mileage and specifications.
The scooter is available in four variants – STD, ZX, ZX Disc and Classic Edition. It starts from Rs 50,366 for the base variant and the top-end variant costs around Rs 56,526 (ex-showroom). The base variant comes with most of the features, but the top-end comes with a front disc brake, twin city lamps, dual-tone colour and more colour options.
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This scooter carries out a simple yet modern styling with its huge colour range and black alloy wheels. Although, it looks a little bit wider, which not appeal to some of the buyers. In the front, it gets a mid-sized headlamp on the handle. Below the headlamps, there is an air fender flanked by the turn indicators. Minimalist designing. On the sides, it gets a ‘Jupiter’ logo fitted on the body. As this scooter is a full metal scooter, it is a little bit stronger. On the rear side, it gets the pillion seat handles, LED tail lights flanked by turn indicators and the fuel tank just below the seat. The scooter also gets retractable bag hooks near the leg space and a dual side hand lock, which allows the rider to handle lock the scooter on both the sides.
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This scooter runs on a 4-stroke Air cooled 109.77 CC engine. The engine produces 7.9 BHP worth of power and 8 Nm worth of torque. The scooter is mated to a primary CVT gearbox.
Jupiter delivers a mileage of 62 KMPL with an overall riding range of 380 Kms. It comes with a fuel tank capacity of 5 Litres and reserve tank capacity of 1 Litre. It records a top speed of 87 KMPH.
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The scooter measures 1834 mm in length, 650 mm in width and 1115 mm in height. It has a wheelbase of 1275 mm with a ground clearance of 150 mm. The seat height of the scooter is 765 mm, which is quite average amongst its competitors. Lastly, Jupiter weighs around 108 kgs.
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Currently, TVS Jupiter competes with Hero Maestro Edge, Yamaha Fascino and Honda Activa 5G. In the world of gearless scooters, mostly each one of them competes with the scooters costing around their price range. If you see, indirectly, there many more competitors for this scooter. However, Edge, Fascino and Activa are the main ones.
Activa 5G is the highest selling scooter in India, but Jupiter manages to grab a piece of Activa’s sales. It looks more stylish and is bigger than the Activa 5G. In terms of features, there is hardly any difference as each one of them offer 1-2 features more than the other. So if you see it, Activa is the biggest and the toughest competitor for this TVS. Maestro Edge offers good styling and like Activa, it differs only in 1-2 features. However, Maestro offers lesser mileage figure than the TVS scooter. Lastly, Yamaha Fascino looks like a European scooter with its premium colours and styling elements. However, Jupiter misses out on LED tail lights, mobile charging socket, a digital-analogue console and few more features. If you look at the pricing, the top end variant of this TVS scooter is the costliest amongst the four. But normally, Fascino is the costliest amongst the four models.
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