TVS has now relaunched the Jupiter Grande variant, which is basically the mid-spec model and comes at a price of Rs 59,900 (Ex-showroom).
TVS Jupiter is the second best selling scooter of India, as it serves as a premium alternative to the best-selling, Honda Activa. With its price starting from Rs 54,000 going up to Rs 59,950 (ex-showroom), it is one costly 110cc scooter.
TVS has now launched relaunched the Jupiter Grande Edition, which comes at a price of Rs 59,900 (ex-showroom Delhi). It is just Rs 252 costlier than the previous version of Grande, which was discontinued a couple of months back.
Jupiter Grande is put between the base ZX and ZX-Disc brake variant. So it is just Rs 2,500 costlier than the base variant. The scooter also comes in another ‘Classic’ variant, which is the costliest one.
The Bluetooth speedometer on the TVS Jupiter Grande will display call alerts, message alerts, over speeding alert and helmet alert. Sadly, it misses out on the turn-by-turn navigation that comes on the Ntorq.
The speedometer can be connected to the Bluetooth system through the TVS Smart Xconnect application on the mobile. Other features onboard include front disc brakes, LED headlamps, digital speedometer and Combi-Brake System (CBS).
TVS also offers a new Blue paint scheme for the Grande Edition as well as a refreshed cross-stitched seat. It continues with the same 109.7cc engine that produces 8 BHP and 8.4 Nm of peak torque with a CVT gearbox.
At this price, the TVS Jupiter Grande Edition is just Rs 1,000 cheaper than the Ntorq, which goes for Rs 61,000 (ex-showroom). Jupiter has a long-range of competitors, which mainly includes Honda Activa, Hero Destini 125 and Suzuki Access 125.