TVS is considered one of the oldest players on the roads with its two-wheelers available in the market since forever now. Its engines are best known for their performance and fuel efficiency. Today, we will compare two 125cc scooters of TVS - Jupiter 125 and Ntroq 125. Taking the legacy forward, TVS recently launched the all-new Jupiter 125 that is bigger and powerful than the 110cc version. The two-wheeler segment is getting vast with the entry of new and new models being launched every month. Let us conduct a quick TVS Jupiter 125 vs Ntroq 125 comparison and see which one is a better choice.
The all-new Jupiter 125 offers a new age contemporary design that has masculine looks and bigger dimensions. To make the scooter look stylish it comes with LED headlights, signature front lights, elegant tail lamps with a reflector under the grab rail, diamond-cut alloy wheels, partial chrome mirrors, and dual-colored inner panels.
Jupiter 125 has the best-in-class 33-litres under seat storage, seat base with cushioning, more leg space, and front 2-litre glove box. Jupiter 125 comes equipped with the longest seat of 790mm, front telescopic suspension, MIG with adjustable shocks, easy ground reach, body balance technology, and much better ergonomics.
TVS for the first time introduces external fuel fill in the front, 5 in 1 lock, mobile charger, bag hook, semi-digital speedometer, patented easy centre stand, and UB light provision. That was all about the features now comes the safety features it offers. Jupiter 125 comes with MetalMAXX for extra safety and durability, tail lamp with reflectors, side stand indicator and engine inhibitor, pass by switch, and disc brake with SBT.
Now let us take a look at the features that TVS is offering with its Ntroq 125. First of all, the looks, Ntroq125 comes with stealth aircraft inspired styling, T-shaped tail lamps, sporty stubby muffler, large diamond cut wheels with bold chunky tyres, batwing inspired DRLs, split grab rails, stylish rear vents, aggressive front cluster, and the unique gaming inspired speedometer.
To give the rider a better feel it comes with telescopic suspension, least turning radius, engine kill switch, pass-by switch, trip F for fuel on reserve, 20-litres under-seat storage, USB charger cum light, external fuel fill, low fuel indicator, dual steering lock, and high-speed alert.
Specifications and features are the most important aspects before making any buying decision. Features have already been discussed. Now let us take a look at the specifications of both the scooters.
TVS Jupiter 125 comes with a new powerful 125cc single-cylinder, 4 stroke air cooled engine with ETFi technology that is capable of producing 6.0 kW of maximum power and 10.5 Nm of peak torque. On the other hand, Ntroq 125 is powered by a single-cylinder 4 stroke air cooled engine that can churn out 6.9 kW of maximum power and 10.5 Nm of peak torque.
|Specifications||TVS Jupiter 125||TVS Ntroq 125|
|Type||Single cylinder, 4 stroke, Air cooled||Single Cylinder, 4 - Stroke, SI, Air Cooled, Fuel Injected|
|Displacement||124.8 cc||124.8 cc (3V)|
|Maximum Power||6.0 kW @ 6500 rpm||6.9 kW @ 7000 rpm|
|Maximum Torque||10.5 Nm @ 450 rpm||10.5 Nm @ 5500 rpm|
TVS is offering the same engine with both the scooters with a slight tweak in power figures. Jupiter 125 comes with advanced Eco Thrust Fuel injection (EFTi) technology which helps in delivering 15% more mileage than quoted. Both the motors are single cylinder four stroke machines made for anywhere everywhere.
Now, it is time to compare the tyres and brakes of the two scooters. Both of them play an important role before making any judgement.
|TVS JUPITER 125||TVS NTROQ 125|
|Front Brakes||220 mm disc, 130 mm drum||Disc 220mm with SBT / Drum 130mm with SBT|
|Rear Brakes||130 mm drum||Dia Drum 130mm|
|Front Tyres||90/90 -12 - 54 J||Tubeless 100/80-12|
|Rear Tyres||90/90 -12 - 54 J||Tubeless 110/80-12|
On comparing the specifications, both the scooters look almost similar to each other. Now let's take a closer look at the dimensions of the scooters for better understanding of the sizes of the scooters.
|DIMENSIONS||TVS JUPITER 125||TVS NTROQ 125|
|KERB WEIGHT||108 kg||118 kg|
TVS Ntroq 125 has a longer wheelbase, length, and width more than Jupiter 125. Even the scooter is 10 kgs heavier than the all-new Jupiter.
It's time to rectify the right choice depending on your needs. Both the scooters have been compared to each other with all other important aspects except price. TVS always plays a smart strategy with its pricing, Jupiter 125 is available in three models - Drum, Drum Alloy, and Disc and starts at Rs 73,400 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and goes up to Rs 81,300 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
On the other hand, TVS Ntroq 125 is available with five models - Drum, Disc, Race Edition, Super Squad Edition, and Race XP and starts at Rs 73,370 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and goes up to Rs 85,125 (ex-showroom, Delhi). All prices mentioned below in the table are ex-showroom prices in Delhi.
|TVS JUPITER 125||DRUM||Rs 73400|
|DRUM - ALLOY||Rs 76800|
|TVS NTROQ 125||DRUM||Rs 73370|
|RACE EDITION||Rs 80925|
|SUPER SQUAD EDITION||Rs 84725|
|RACE XP||Rs 85125|
TVS India to keep pace with the competition in the industry recently upgraded its Jupiter with enhanced engine and performance, safety, features, and comforts and conveniences with its Jupiter 125. Whereas Ntroq is an old two-wheeler in the market now comes with a BS6 avatar. The scooter is a race-inspired one ready to fight the roads. Both the scooters carry the same specifications, almost the same dimensions, and a bit different features. Even the pricing of both the 125cc scooters is the same. So, the decision is yours to choose the right one according to your needs and wants.
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