Just like the standard TVS Jupiter, which in itself is a big compliment. The Jupiter MillionR is powered by the same single-cylinder engine which displaces 109cc, making 7.8bhp and 8Nm of torque. The power delivery is linear, with the engine's refinement and vibe-free mannerism being the highlight. However, the CVT transmission has been tuned keeping fuel economy in mind, which becomes apparent under hard acceleration. Even off the mark, there is noticeable lag before the power kicks in. On highways, the Jupiter MillionR feels comfortable cruising at 70kmph, leaving enough grunt for overtakes.
The suspension has been tuned to offer a plush ride best suited for city riding. It feels composed and planted at city speeds, and stable around corners and over minor bumps. Past 50kmph though, the front forks don't respond well to the undulations, and every one of those deep ruts sends a muffled shock through the wrists.
The single piston 220mm disc brake on the Jupiter MillionR offers a good initial bite and progression, and presents a marked improvement over the standard Jupiter's drum unit. Those who majorly rely on the rear brake are sure to miss a combined braking system, as the 130mm drum unit feels inadequate on its own.