Rs. 53,741 - 62,606
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TVS Jupiter Latest Updates

TVS has revised prices of its entire Jupiter range including the recently launched Grande Edition. The ZX, ZX Disc and Classic Edition get a price hike ranging between Rs 40 to Rs 55, while the base variant gets a price bump of Rs 546. On the other hand, the Grande Edition sees an increment of Rs 2,446 over the previous-gen model. TVS initially launched the top-spec Grande Edition with SmartXonnect technology India at Rs 59,900. It now retails at Rs 62,346 (ex-showroom Delhi). The 110cc scooter comes with app-enabled smartphone connectivity which lets the rider access features like call and text notification, overspeeding alert, trip details and the likes. Apart from these, the scooter also gets an exclusive light blue colour scheme, chrome highlights on the front fender and rear view mirrors, premium seat cover and machined alloy wheels.

Mechanically, the scooter remains the same as the standard variant, featuring the same 109.7cc engine which produces 7.99PS and 8.4Nm. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic fork and a preload-adjustable monoshock. Brakes include a disc up front and a drum at the rear with combined braking system. It rivals the Honda Activa 5G DLX variant which is priced at Rs 57,176.

TVS Jupiter Price

TVS Jupiter prices start at Rs. 53,741 (Ex-Showroom) and the top end variant TVS Jupiter Grande Edition is priced at Rs. 62,606 (Ex-Showroom). TVS Jupiter is available in 5 variants and 12 colours.

TVS Jupiter Variants Price List

Jupiter Drum Self and Alloy
109 cc | 62 Kmpl
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Jupiter ZX
109 cc | 62 Kmpl
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Jupiter ZX Disc
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Editor's View of TVS Jupiter

  • Upside

    External fuel filler cap, Comfortable ride, Competitive pricing, Stable handler

  • Downside

    Bland styling, Engine isn’t as refined as its Japanese counterparts, Seat cushion is too soft

  • Our Verdict

    A great automatic scooter with telescopic forks, 12 inch wheels and a long list of features, the TVS Jupiter has good low and mid-range grunt too and makes the daily commute effortless and is offered at great value also.

TVS Jupiter Colours

  • Starlight Blue
  • Royal Wine
  • Tech Blue
  • Sunlit Ivory
  • Walnut Brown
  • Volcano Red
  • Titanium Grey
  • Matte Silver
  • Pristine White
  • Mystic Gold
  • Midnight Black
  • Matte Blue

TVS Jupiter Highlights


The Jupiter gets a 109.7cc air-cooled motor which makes 8PS of power and 8Nm of torque. It features a telescopic fork setup up front and gas-charged rear monoshock, riding on 12-inch alloys. The performance of the 130mm drum brake at both ends are enhanced by Sync brake system, which is essentially a combined braking system. You also get a front disc as an option in the premium variants like ZX, Grande and Classic edition. Fuel tank capacity stands at 5 litres while the scooter tips the scales at 107kg, kerb.

Design and Features

The Jupiter’s smooth design lines and its overall large proportions will appeal to young and mature audiences alike. Notable features of the Jupiter include an external fuel filler, standard alloy wheels for all variants, pass beam switch and econometer. There is an optional underseat mobile phone charging socket on offer as well. The scooter comes in Midnight Black, Matte Silver, Pristine White, Mystic Gold, Volcano Red, Matte Blue, Titanium Grey and Walnut Brown for the basic variant. The ZX version (disc and drum) is available in Stallion Brown and Royal Wine. For the Classic Edition, two colours are available: Autumn Brown and Sunlit Ivory. The Grande edition is available only in Starlight Blue. With such variety of colours, the Jupiter is quite appealing for people with a variety of tastes.


Honda Activa 5G: The Activa remains the highest-selling scooter in the country, consistently. Buyers often perceive the Activa to be a safer bet when it comes to reliability, refinement and mileage. The latest-gen scooter features LED headlamp and analogue-digital combo cluster (only in the DLX variant).

Hero Maestro Edge: The Maestro Edge is the first scooter to be indigenously designed and developed by Hero after the brand parted ways with Honda. Its sharp styling and fancy graphics make it an ideal choice to consider for young buyers. Hero’s humongous network reach helps in hassle-free maintenance of the scooter in the long run.

Yamaha Alpha: The Yamaha Alpha looks relatively sober compared to the Ray range of scooters and the Fascino. Its light kerb weight of just 102kg (disc variant) makes it one of the most nimble scooters in the segment. Instrumentation is fully digital, and for added practicality, the Alpha comes with a generous 21 litres of underseat storage.


The TVS Jupiter is the Honda Activa's biggest rival. It offers a lot more features and variety (in the form of variants) than the Activa, thus making it a very sound proposition for those who want a reliable, no-nonsense scooter. The frugal engine, comfortable ride quality and the fact that it is cheaper than the Honda Activa despite offering much more make it our pick as the best 110cc scooter on sale.

TVS Jupiter User Reviews

4.1 /5
605 Rating & 194 reviews
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46% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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Bk Lkshy
Bk Lkshy 4.2 20 Jul 2019

Don"t know why people complain about Jupiter mileage. Maybe they can be right but for me, it is giving me exact 62kmpl mileage in mix conditions (1 year/ 3000 km). If I ride single. My experience with my old Jupiter is very bad (especially mileage) that was mostly used by my brother. My suggestions don"t let the belt loose. Use kick start, and let it warm for 1 min during the first start of each day. Use linear speed. Don"t accelerate too quickly. Don"t go over 55kmpl if not needed. Note: Sometimes it just stops and won"t start even though everything is fine. Actually, all Jupiter comes with a little manufacturing defect that is all the wires of break and other things come from the right side of the handle .So, when you turn handles they get chocked and self-start and other things won"t work. Just give a good twist to the handle left to right. Wait, and it will start again. And yes, if you want more performance then go for ntoque. Although, I don"t have one.

Uses this bike for : Occasional Commute
Gets mileage of : 62 kmpl
Mohammad Salah
Mohammad Salah 3.8 1 Aug 2019

I have only one issue with it since I bought it. That is, the vibration you get when you ride it around 30-40 kmph speed. When you increase speed more than 50kmph you don"t feel anything. But in city you can't go at 50kmph . It is very annoying vibration/rubbing of something with tyre but service centre people don"t consider it as problem. They just don"t accept that there"s vibration in my vehicle.Also the battery doesn't last even one year. Poor from TVS. You have to wait at least 20 days to get new battery in warranty. They don"t provide temporary battery and ask you to manage with Kick start.Really poor after sales service from TVS. You made a good scooter but don't have quality people who understand the vehicle and can service it.Request TVS to hire knowledgeable people else people will stop buying your vehicles

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 46 kmpl
Rahul Rawat
Rahul Rawat 3.8 28 May 2019

I have been using Jupiter for more than 2 years. I am quite happy with it.Mileage - Good almost same as Activa~45 Km/pl in city conditions.Comfort- Much better than Activa 110 cc due to better suspension and seats.Build Quality- Good build quality.Riding Experience- Only 1 Kg lighter than Active but feels like at least 20 kg lighter. Handling is good. Maintenance - I haven"t visited any local mechanic for any issue. I just visit the service center for regular service.After Sales Service- TVS is an awarded brand by JD Power for excellent service that most customer also talk.Best thing is you can start your scooter while sitting on the seat like bikes which is not present in most of scooters.

Uses this bike for : Daily Commute | Occasional Commute
Gets mileage of : 45 kmpl
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ARAI Claimed 62 Kmpl
User Reported 50 Kmpl

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