In India, the commuter motorcycle segment constitutes the lion share of the two-wheeler market. However, in the past decade, the scooter market has witnessed an impressive growth with several buyers opting for scooters over geared motorcycles.
TVS has upgraded the Jupiter with few cosmetic and mechanical changes, calling it the Grande edition. These changes put it on par with its biggest rival, the Honda Activa 5G. We see how the scooters stack up against each other in this on-paper comparison.
Last week, TVS sent us a creative invite for a launch event that will take place on August 23. While it didn’t reveal anything about this upcoming product, a close look at their past launches and the current product portfolio makes is believe that it will be a 125cc motorcycle.
The Honda Aviator is a premium 110cc scooter positioned between the Acitva 5G and the Activa 125. It features higher-spec cycle parts and more elegant styling to make it stand out in the crowd. For 2018, Honda has updated the Aviator with a slew of new features and a paint scheme. But how does it stack up against its biggest rival, the TVS Jupiter Classic? We take a look with this on-paper comparison.
TVS is on a roll. After launching its most awaited Apache RR 310 late last year, it introduced two more products, the NTorq 125 and the recent Apache RTR 160. It looks like the company isn’t stopping there. A fuel-injected version of the Jupiter was spied inside the company’s test track.
Honda has finally launched the Activa 5G in the Indian market with pricing starting at Rs 52,460. It faces direct competition from the TVS Jupiter and the Yamaha Fascino in the 110cc scooter market. We see how the updated Activa fares against its biggest rivals.