Two-wheeler scooters have played a significant role in India’s two-wheeler market. Customers still look forward to purchasing reliable TVS scooters even though there are many bikes available on the market.
Jupiter 125 comes with an engine churning out 8.04 bhp at 6,500 rpm and 10.5 Nm at 4,500 rpm, making it one of the best-rated scooters in India. Additionally, the TVS Jupiter 125 has both rear and front drum brakes and a combined braking system.
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One thing that makes the new TVS Jupiter 125 stand out from its 110cc predecessor is its distinct look. Some features have Jupiter-like characteristics, but they are only there to ensure that onlookers get the idea that they are TVS scooters. There are LED DRLs placed over the turn indicators on the front of the scooter, and its headlamp is all LED.
Chrome is found on the rearview mirror, headlamp cowl, and front apron to give the car a more premium appearance. In addition to the LED DRLs on the tail lamp, the scooter comes across as an upmarket product because of these. In addition, the 12-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels look great and further enhance the scooter’s attractiveness.
The scooter is powered by a two-valve, 124.8cc engine that produces 8.18 horsepower and about 10.5Nm of torque. According to the company, this engine is a brand-new design and is not derived from the Ntorq or Raider engines. When you thumb the starter, all you hear is the engine’s sound. The scooter features the company’s priority intelliGO technology, which delivers a soundless electric start. Furthermore, the TVS scooters have the capability of starting or stopping automatically, so they will automatically shut down if you slow down at traffic signals or idle after a few seconds.
A comfortable ride is provided by the TVS Jupiter 125’s suspension, which isn’t too stiff. In straight lines, the scooter is quite stable and stays on course even around corners. Even at higher speeds of 65 kmph, the tyres’ grip was satisfactory, and they inspired enough confidence even at the trickier corners. Also, switching directions is convenient, and taking U-turns is also convenient. As with its 110cc sibling, the Jupiter 125 maintains the same seat height of 765mm. There is, however, an increase in kerb weight of 2 kg, which appears to be compensated by an increase in power output of 2 kg.
With the average TVS Jupiter scooty price starting at Rs 73,400 (ex-showroom, Delhi), the TVS Jupiter 125 falls between the company’s flagship scooter, the Ntorq, and their standard model, the Jupiter. It is available with alloy wheels, steel wheels, and alloy wheels with front disc brakes. They are developing a connected variant, and TVS plans to introduce it within the next few weeks. At their partners’ showrooms, Bajaj Finserv offers two-wheeler loans for bikes, scooters, and scooty rentals booked on Bajaj Mall.
A complete family scooter, the Jupiter 125 offers a lot of practical features by TVS scooters. The TVS Jupiter 125 is one scooter you should definitely consider if you plan on purchasing a 125cc scooter that can fulfil virtually every aspect of your requirements, offers a comfortable ride, quality design, and has a refined engine.
The scooter’s fuel tank is now under the floorboard, another major change. In case you are concerned that this is not a good idea and might end up in a mishap someday, worry not since it and the rest of the scooter’s body is made of metal, except for those panels under the floorboard. In order to provide the Jupiter 125 with the best under-seat storage among all petrol scooters in India, TVS decided to move the fuel tank forward.
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