The TVS Jupiter 110 is one of the most comfortable and refined scooters in its class and offers a good looking design and impressive build quality. The brand recently launched the Jupiter 125 in the Indian market to compete against the likes of Honda Activa 125 and the Suzuki Access 125. The brand recently increased the price of the Jupiter 110 in India by a slight margin. Here are all the details about the TVS Jupiter 110 price hike that you should check out. But before we begin, do not forget to join our 91Wheels Telegram and 91Wheels Whatsapp groups to be a part of interesting automotive discussions.
For starters, the TVS Jupiter 110 is now expensive by INR 600 in India and continues to offer a similar package to the buyers. The scooter can be had in five trim options that include - Sheet Metal White, Standard, ZX (Drum Brake), ZX (Disc Brake), and Classic. Mentioned below in a variant-wise new price list of the TVS Jupiter:
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The Jupiter 110 is powered by a 109.7 cc engine that churns out a peak power and torque output of 7.37 bhp and 8.4 Nm respectively. This engine comes mated to a CVT gearbox and boasts impressive refinement levels. The performance too is commendable and so are the fuel economy figures. The Jupiter 110 gets telescopic forks at the front while at the rear, it comes equipped with a mono-shock unit.
The TVS Jupiter 110 is one of the main rivals to Honda Activa 6G and boasts a long list of features that make it a VFM offering in this price range. On the features front, Jupiter offers LED headlights, an external fuel filler cap, retractable hooks, and a 21-litre unseat storage space in addition to a front utility box with a USB charger. The scooter also gets a multi-functional key switch and disc brakes on select variants.
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