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TVS Jupiter vs Honda Activa vs Hero Maestro: Scooter comparision

by Arun Mohan Nadar Photography: Eshan Shetty Posted on 13 Feb 2014176,862 Views54 Comments

Its TVS Jupiter versus seasoned rivals like the Honda Activa and Hero Maestro. Together these make up the best there is in our scooter orbit. But, can there be a clear winner?

 

TVS Jupiter vs Honda Activa vs Hero Maestro action shot

 

 

Gearless scooter as a segment has been witnessing fantastic growth. It grew 17 per cent in the first half of this fiscal year compared to just one per cent registered by motorcycles. Not surprisingly then, every major two-wheeler manufacturer in the country (excluding Bajaj, of course) is giving this category their full attention. TVS, is no different, and it would be hoping riding the scooter sales wave might actually help it grow overall. And its latest in this class is the Jupiter. So, let's find out how the new Jupiter fares against well establish competition - the Honda’s Activa and the Hero Maestro.

 

 

TVS Jupiter vs Honda Activa vs Hero Maestro static shot

 

 

Design distinction:

With so many options flooding the scooter segment, design has started playing an important role in the decision making process and the Piaggio Vespa is indeed an endorsement of the same. Keeping the aforementioned in mind, the Maestro with the sharp lines on the front fascia as well as on the side panels is, without doubt, the best looking scooter here. The digital console, body coloured grabrail and the 3-D logo on the side panel further adds to its visual appeal.

 

The TVS Jupiter looks fresh as well and has sharp edges in all the right places to give it a chiseled and lean look. We also like its five spoke 12 inch alloy wheels and the fact that it comes with an Econometer to help the rider achieve better fuel efficiency. The reserve fuel light, pass-switch, and LED tail lamps are handy additions too. The TVS Jupiter has its fuel filler cap on the outside but having to use the key on the side panel to open it takes away from the convenience bit somewhat.

 

The Honda Activa is as traditional a scooter as you can get today. It has simple but easy to read analog clocks, no real rider aids and a design that is safe and palatable across all age groups. So, even though you can't go wrong with the Activa, it lacks the flair of the other two scooters here. Overall, if we had to pick a scooter based on style and modernity, it would have to be the Maestro, though the Jupiter runs it close.

 

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  • TVS Jupier vs Honda Activa vs Hero Meastro
  • TVS Jupier vs Honda Activa vs Hero Meastro

Its TVS Jupiter versus seasoned rivals like the Honda Activa and Hero Maestro. Together these make up the best there is in our scooter orbit. But, can there be a clear winner?

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