Exploring the Features and Benefits of the TVS Jupiter Scooter

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The TVS Jupiter is a popular scooter that has gained a loyal following due to its reliable engine, comfortable ride, and modern features. This article provides an overview of the scooter, highlighting its key features, design, and performance. The scooter comes with

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The TVS Jupiter‘s success can be due to its features, fuel-efficient motor, and low price. The usual Jupiter colours are Mystic Gold, Titanium Grey, Midnight Black, Volcano Red, Pristine White, Walnut Brown, Matte Blue, and Matte Silver.. The ZX version is available in two colours: Starlight Blue and Royal Wine. Indiblue, Autumn Brown, and Sunlit Ivory are the colours available on the top-spec Jupiter Classic BS6 version.

Looks and built

The design of the 2021 TVS Jupiter is similar to that of its BS4 predecessor. The Jupiter BS6 features LED headlights and taillights, as well as bulb indicators. It comes fitted with an analogue instrument console that displays speed, fuel level, and other warning indications. A semi-digital instrument cluster is featured on some models. External gasoline filling cap, pass light switch, and alloy wheels have all been retained. While the Jupiter BS6 includes a front apron USB charging port as standard, TVS also offers an underseat USB charging port as an option. In TVS terminology, the new Jupiter ZX Disc model comes with an ACG starter called i-TOUCHstart. It has a 21-litre underseat storage compartment that can fit a full-size helmet.

Riding ergonomics

The TVS Jupiter features a new three-step adjustable gas-charged inverted monoshock and is constructed on a redesigned chassis. The Jupiter sticks to the road, whether at low speeds or at top speeds, and the suspension, along with the redesigned seat, which is claimed to be the largest in the market, provides comfort.

Engine and Power

A BS6-compliant 109.7cc air-cooled and fuel-injected engine powers the Jupiter. At 7000rpm, it produces 7.47PS and 8.4Nm torque at 5,500rpm. The torque produced by the new engine is 0.52Nm lower than that of the BS4 Jupiter. Peak power, on the other hand, is 500rpm lower in the rev range. While there is a minor reduction in power, TVS claims that the new scooter has a 15% higher fuel economy.

Safety Features

Tubeless tyres are fitted to the TVS Jupiter’s 12-inch alloy wheels. It comes standard with drum brakes on both wheels, with a disc brake available as an option, and has a 150mm ground clearance.