TVS Jupiter Review

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Looks very cool and pretty with lot of modern features. Presence of tubeless tyres, gas charged rear shock absorber etc.
No disc brake. Styling very similar to other scooters.
Rs. 49034
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TVS Jupiter Review

TVS Scooters is considered to be the most lovable scooter manufacturer of Indian market whose vehicles are impressed by both male and female consumers. The company has introduced lot of scooters such as TVS Scooty, TVS Scooty Pep, TVS Scooty Streak, TVS Scooty Pep Plus, TVS Wego and many more but recently it launched its new vehicle known as TVS Jupiter which would be a tough competitor to its similar other two wheelers. The TVS Jupiter is available in only one variant TVS Jupiter standard and the price of TVS Jupiter is found to be approximately Rs.44200 which makes easy even for the middle class people to buy the scooter.

TVS Jupiter Shades

The TVS Jupiter comes in various colors which would definitely capture the young girls and makes them to prefer the scooter. The colors of TVS Jupiter includes

1) Pristine White
2) Midnight Black
3) Titanium Grey
4) Volcano Red

Design and Style

The TVS Jupiter comes with a new design language which looks really stylish and awesome. The front part of the scooter has a large headlight and the turn indicators on either side provide a mature appearance. The front is fitted with a twin pilot lamps which is really helpful while riding in early morning or evening, foggy weather or during rain offering clear visibility and command style. The vehicle possess an unique-pass by switch which is the first time fixed in scooters gives more safe on highways or no-horn zones. The scooter has a largest leg space and it is possible to keep many things at the front such as LPG cylinder in horizontal position which is really useful. The TVS Jupiter has a premium 3-D emblem which looks really impressive along with the exciting graphics. It has a smart alert system for indicating the low fuel enable us to alert for refueling the Jupiter with the help of an external fuel fill. The retractable bag hooks are provided with the scooter for placing our bags, any luggages etc. A wider and larger seat is fitted with cushioning effect assuring better long rides and the seat is made up of an anti-skid material gives more comfortness to both rider and pillion. The two wheeler comprises a large 17 litres under seat storage enables us to keep any luggage very safely. The Patented E-Z Centre Stand in Jupiter allows any one to park the scooter on its centre stand with just an easy push. The rear ends with a LED tail lamp gives an elegant appearance and useful at night time. It also has turn signal lamps which is helpful while turning every nook and corner of the roads. The stylish and lightweight tubeless tire fitted in the scooter helps in offering tension-free long rides.

TVS Jupiter Engine Details

The TVS Jupiter is blessed with very flexible and tested engine and the company has performed safe hands in designing the engine. The Jupiter features a single cylinder, 4 stroke, air cooled OHC petrol engine which gives the displacement very close to 109.7 cc. The engine of Jupiter delivers the maximum power output of 5.88 KW @ 7500 RPM in coupling with the maximum torque output of 8 NM @ 5500 RPM. The scooter is well incorporated with the Digital IDI with Ignition Map technology which is quite good and it possess both kick & electric start option helps easy to opt as per the rider’s wish. The engine is mated with a primary CVT and secondary gear box transmission which helps in easy and smooth ride.

TVS Jupiter Performance

Since the Jupiter engine comes with the Digital IDI with Ignition Map Technology and V-matic transmission, it provides a decent acceleration and pick up. The performance of the scooter is excellent in which it can accelerate from 0-60 km in just 7.2 seconds and the maximum speed offered by the scooter is nearly 90 kmph.

TVS Jupiter Mileage

The fuel efficiency is an important factor for any buyer expects from a scooter and TVS always scores good over that. The TVS claims that the new Jupiter would deliver a decent fuel efficiency with the fuel tank capacity of 5 litres. The vehicle is well equipped with a viscous paper air filter which is really helpful. The scooter can be able to generate an average healthy mileage of about 62 kmpl on all road conditions which is really impressive while compared to its rivals.

Braking and Handling

Like Wego, the Jupiter is also packed with an excellent chassis flexibility and simple handling which is an unique feature of the scooter. The frame of the Jupiter comes with a high rigidity underbone type with decent set of braking and handling features. The vehicle has 130 mm drum brakes at both front and rear which gives sudden halt while going in fast manner without any danger. The longer wheelbase of 1275 mm and minimum ground clearance of 150 mm helps the scooter to offer a stable and pliant ride experience. The saddle of Jupiter is large, wide and well cushioned which is made up of anti-skid material improving the seating arrangement of both rider and pillion.

TVS Jupiter Safety Features

The TVS Jupiter is fitted with lot of safety features which provides a hassle free ride experience. The TVS Jupiter is packed with good suspension system which gives more safety and security to both rider and pillion. It has an advanced front telescopic suspension system and the rear suspension is of hydraulic type along with gas filled suspension which is quite outstanding. The tyres also gives an excellent road grip enhancing the safety feature. The vehicle has been designed with a tubeless tire of size 90/90-12 at both front and rear. Apart from that, the scooter is equipped with a Halogen Multi-reflector type headlight of 12V 35/35W and tail lamp of 12V 2W/1.5W LED as well as 12V – 10W Multi-reflector clear lens turn signal lamp which is really helpful while riding at night time and even bad weather conditions. In addition to all, the Jupiter has a 12V, 5 Ah flooded battery useful for starting the scooter.

TVS Jupiter User Reviews


By nipul gatecha
i purches jupitur emi offer reqwest contect me i am binesmen i likek jupitur i agreeyour instolment

not good for mileage-conscious persons

By jishnu
It is very comfortable to ride and the looks are tend to be attractive.But the issue lies in the mileage,I got only 30-40kmpl.I dont understand whether Im alone getting this mileage,or else it is the same case with everyone

bad experience in WAI servicing center

By kishor jadhav
i brought the 7 month old bike from wai but bike are very nice but problem was from the right side engine from the packing there was oil leak i visit the servicing center mr balu more was check the bike after two week i call him and asked to get packing for the engine because of that i safer after two week i have refile the oil . after i call him he told come tomorrow (15/10/2015) around 9.00 am i reach there

Lovely scooter

By Naren
such a nice scooter with good looks and superb acceleration,gives me a good mileage of about 55kmpl in city ride.But the service is not so good,because everytime,when I get my scooter serviced,a sound comes from the engine idling state.

Say bye to buy Jupiter

By Shabin Mohamed
Such a troublesome scooter,giving me problems like engine breakdown,vibration.Service is also found to be scarce

* TVS Jupiter review and Jupiter test drive report listed here are done by experts. However advises users to check the TVS Jupiter personally and decide as per their liking. Mileage figures quoted in the TVS Jupiter review are test data and mileage in actual conditions may vary. We test drive TVS Jupiter bike provided by TVS.

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