TVS Jupiter is the second best selling scooter in India after Honda Activa 6G. The model offers the right balance of comfort, performance and practicality.
The prices of TVS Jupiter have been increased.
TVS Motor Company has increased the prices of all variants of the Jupiter 110 scooter. TVS Jupiter gets a hike of Rs 736 over the standard version, while the top-spec ZX trim gets a hike of Rs 2336. The updated Jupiter range now starts at Rs 65,673 for the sheet metal white version, which goes up to Rs 75,773 for the ZX Disc trim. All prices are as per ex-showroom Delhi. This is the first TVS hike in the prices of its Apache model.
TVS Jupiter is the second best selling scooter in India after Honda Activa 6G. The model promises to offer the right balance of comfort, performance and practicality which sits well with the buyers. Some of the highlights of the scooter include an LED headlamp, semi-digital console, utility box with mobile charger, an external fuel filler cap and 21 liters of under-seat storage space.
What’s special about TVS Jupiter
TVS Jupiter draws power from a 109.7 cc, air-cooled engine with fuel injection that generates 7.37 bhp power and 8.4 Nm peak torque. The motor is mated to a CVT gearbox. The scooter has telescopic forks at the front and a single shock at the rear. Braking performance comes from drum brakes and an optional front disc. The model runs on 12-inch wheels. The weight of TVS Jupiter is 107 kg.
Prices of TVS Apache also increased
TVS Motor Company has also quietly increased the prices of its two naked streetfighters Apache RTR 200 4V and Apache RTR 160 4V. This is the third increase in prices received by both the models within this year alone. Now, going into the details of these costs, the Apache RTR 160 4V is now Rs 3,000 more expensive than its previous price tag. While the disc brake variant is now priced at Rs 1,14,615, the drum brake trim will now cost you Rs 1,11,565. On the other hand, the Apache RTR 200 4V is now available at dealerships with a price hike of Rs 3,750.
Following the latest hike, the 200cc Street Naked is now available across dealerships at a starting price of Rs 1,33,065. The said price is for the single-channel ABS variant. All prices are as per ex-showroom, Delhi.
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