TVS Jupiter Expert Reviews

  • Honda Activa 5G vs TVS Jupiter Classic: Comparison Review

    Honda Activa 5G vs TVS Jupiter Classic: Comparison Review

    The Activa in its latest 5G avatar takes on the TVS Jupiter Classic.

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  • TVS Jupiter Classic vs TVS Victor: Comparison test

    TVS Jupiter Classic vs TVS Victor: Comparison test

    Both get 110cc engines, alloy wheels, front disc brake and cost around Rs 60,000. But that’s where the similarities end.

     
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  • TVS Jupiter MillionR vs Honda Aviator: Comparison Review

    TVS Jupiter MillionR vs Honda Aviator: Comparison Review

    Scooters have grown from becoming simple point A to point B modes of transport to instruments of convenience. With a rapid evolution in the definition of ‘convenience’, today’s educated customer expects his scooter to do a lot more than just be easy to use. Every manufacturer is trying to lure customers with more and more creature comforts, and the sales figures indicate that this formula is working quite well. 

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  • TVS Jupiter MillionR Edition First Ride Review

    TVS Jupiter MillionR Edition First Ride Review

    A celebration and a smart marketing strategy. In a short span of just three years, TVS has put more one million Jupiter scooters on Indian roads. As a commemoration of this feat, the company rolled out this special edition variant, aptly christened Jupiter MillionR. What does the 'R' stand for? Not 'race' quite clearly. The only mechanical difference between the standard Jupiter and the Jupiter MillionR is the new front disc brake. So unless the decals and chrome bits add five horsepower, no, the Jupiter MillionR isn't any quicker off the mark. Nevertheless, we took it for a spin to find out what's new.

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  • Hero Maestro Edge vs Honda Activa 3G vs TVS Jupiter: Comparison Test

    Hero Maestro Edge vs Honda Activa 3G vs TVS Jupiter: Comparison Test

    Hero MotoCorp has done a great job with the Maestro Edge. We said that in our first ride report. And honestly, it is a scooter we would happily recommend to many. But, since we first rode it, there’s one question we wanted an answer to: Is the Hero Maestro Edge the best 110cc scooter in the market today? To find out, we have lined up two worthy benchmarks. In the shiny grey corner is the Honda Activa. It is India’s highest selling scooter and has been so for what seems like eternity. In the not-so-shiny – or let’s just say matte – grey corner is the TVS Jupiter. The Jupiter sells well too but we have it here because as far as 110cc scooters go, it really is the benchmark in more areas than one.

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  • TVS Jupiter

    TVS Jupiter

    We spent some time with the TVS Jupiter trying to figure out if it had enough to topple the Activa or is it just another addition to the already overcrowded segment.

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TVS Jupiter

4.4(1146 ratings) 471 reviews

TVS Jupiter
  • Displacement109 cc
  • Max Power(bhp)7.8 bhp
  • Kerb Weight108 kg

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