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TVS Jupiter

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Rs. 73,340 - 90,573 (Showroom Price in Delhi)
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TVS Jupiter Specifications

Key Specifications Top Features
  • Engine 109 CC
  • Mileage 50 Kmpl
  • Max Power 7.88 PS @ 7500 rpm
  • Fuel Capacity 6 Liters
  • Tyre Type Tubeless
  • Kerb Weight 109 Kg
  • Max Torque 8.8 Nm @ 5500 rpm
Specs & Features of Jupiter

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The TVS Jupiter 110 is one of the most popular scooters in its segment, and rivals the likes of the Honda Activa 6G, which dominates the segment. The Jupiter is known for its refined engine, mileage, range of features and competitive price tag.

What is the TVS Jupiter 110 price?

The TVS Jupiter 110 prices start at Rs 73,650 for the SMW variant and go up to Rs 90,573 for the top-end Classic variant.

TVS Jupiter 110 Model

Price (ex-showroom)

Sheet Metal Wheel (SMW)

Rs 73,650


Rs 78,238


Rs 83,023

ZX Drum SmartXonnect

Rs 85,358

ZX Disc SmartXonnect

Rs 89,913


Rs 90,573

What are the TVS Jupiter 110 variants?

The TVS Jupiter 110 comes in six different variants: Sheet Metal Wheel (SMW), Base, ZX, ZX Drum SmartXonnect, ZX Disc SmartXonnect, and Classic. The Sheet Metal Wheel variant comes with steel wheels on both ends, while all other variants get alloy wheels as standard. The ZX variants come with stylish beige plastic panels including the inner apron, and dual-tone seats. The ZX SmartXonnect variant gets smartphone connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, and a voice assist feature. Whereas the range-topping Classic variant has a retro styling, tinted visor, chrome mirror caps, quilted seat and a padded pillion backrest.

The SMW, Base, ZX, and ZX Drum SmartXonnect variants get 130mm drum brakes on both ends, while the ZX Disc SmartXonnect and Classic variants have a 220mm front disc brake and a 130mm rear drum brake.

Best TVS Jupiter 110 variant

We recommend the TVS Jupiter ZX Disc SmartXonnect variant as it comes with a 220mm disc brake at the front that enhances safety, and has smartphone connectivity and navigation as well which adds to the convenience. But if you want a retro-styled scooter, then you can go for the range-topping Classic variant which is just Rs 660 more than the ZX Disc SmartXonnect variant.

What are the TVS Jupiter 110 colours?

The TVS Jupiter Sheet Metal Wheel (SMW) gets 3 colours: Metallic Titanium Grey, Pristine White and Metallic Blue. The Base variant is available in 6 colour options: New Metallic Blue, Midnight Black, Titanium Grey, Pristine White, New Metallic Red and Walnut Brown.

The ZX variant has 2 paint schemes, Royal Wine and Starlight Blue. The ZX Drum SmartXonnect also gets 2 shades: Starlight Blue and Olive Gold. The ZX Disc SmartXonnect has Matte Black and Copper Bronze colours. The top Classic variant is also available in 2 colours: Mystic Grey and Royal Wine.

What is the TVS Jupiter 110 mileage?

In our real-world test, the Jupiter 110 ZX Disc variant delivered a mileage of 64kmpl in the city and 52kmpl on the highway. The scooter has a 6-litre fuel tank capacity, which means that it should have a range of about 250km in mixed riding conditions, which is sufficient for daily commutes.

What are the features of TVS Jupiter 110?

The Jupiter 110 is equipped with an LED headlight and a basic analogue instrument cluster as standard, which has a speedometer, odometer and fuel level gauge. The ZX variants feature a semi-digital display. The ZX SmartXonnect variant gets a full-LCD display with smartphone connectivity, voice assist feature and turn-by-turn navigation, just like the TVS NTorq 125.

The standard features on the scooter are an external fuel filler cap, a pass-light switch, a large 21-litre under-seat storage, and a USB charging port on the inner apron. You can also get an optional USB port in the boot. The ZX Disc SmartXonnect and Classic variants get a silent starter.

Is TVS Jupiter 110 worth buying?

The TVS Jupiter 110 has a simple yet functional design and offers sufficient performance. It's a great option for those seeking a reliable, comfortable, and practical scooter for daily city commutes. With competitive pricing and a wide variety of variants, the TVS Jupiter 110 caters to riders with different budgets. It is also easy to maintain and live with.

What are the TVS Jupiter 110 rivals?

The TVS Jupiter 110 competes against the Honda Activa 6G and Hero Pleasure. The Activa 6G offers similar performance and features, along with the Honda’s refinement and reliability, at a similar price. The Pleasure on the other hand is slightly cheaper. The Jupiter SmartXonnect variant goes head-to-head with the Hero Pleasure Xtec and the Honda Activa 6G H-Smart Edition which also gets a keyless operation function.

TVS Jupiter Variants and Price

TVS Jupiter base model price starts at Rs. 73,340 while the top model is priced at Rs. 90,573. TVS Jupiter is offered in 6 variants - Sheet Metal Wheel, STD, ZX, ZX Drum SmartXonnect, ZX SmartXonnect.
Variants Ex-Showroom Price
Jupiter Sheet Metal Wheel
109 cc . 50 kmpl
Rs. 73,340
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Jupiter STD
109 cc . 50 kmpl
Rs. 77,458
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109 cc . 50 kmpl
Rs. 83,023
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TVS Jupiter Pros and Cons

Jupiter Advantages

The mileage is fantastic, Impressive ride quality, The only 110cc scooter to get navigation feature

Jupiter Disadvantages

Design hasn’t been updated in a long time, Higher-end variants are expensive

Jupiter Expert's Conclusion

When you compare it to the well-praised Honda Activa, the Jupiter 110 stands out as a great feature-rich option with a good balance of mileage and practicality. While the Activa 6G has similar features, the Jupiter has a unique edge with its built-in smartphone connectivity features, including navigation. That's why it continues to be our top choice among 110cc family scooters in the market right now.

TVS Jupiter Expert Review

In a world where scooters try to be like motorcycles, the TVS Jupiter keeps it simple. Over the years, it has received several useful updates to stay relevant, ensuring it can hold its own against modern competition. Here’s how it does:


The TVS Jupiter still looks like it did eight years ago, and it's still charming, at least to us. The colors, especially the Royal Wine one, along with beige details and a bit of chrome, give it a fancy and high-quality vibe. The switchgear, and the panel quality are also pretty good.

Engine, Mileage & Performance

Powering the TVS Jupiter is a 109.7cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine, producing 7.88PS at 7500rpm and 8.8Nm at 5500rpm. The engine is smooth, provides a comfortable ride, and even though there might be a bit of roughness at low speeds, it disappears as you hit 35-40kmph. In our tests, the scooter gave a decent mileage of about 64.1kmpl in the real world.

However, it's worth noting that the 110cc engine may not be suitable for highway rides as it struggles to maintain speeds above 70kmph for a long time. Apart from that, the scooter offers satisfactory performance for city commutes.

Handling & Ride Quality

The Jupiter handles bad patches of roads quite well because of its soft suspension and the 3-step adjustable monoshock. It stays steady and doesn't feel wobbly, even when you're riding over bumps.

Talking about how it handles, the scooter feels quite nimble to navigate in traffic, and the 12-inch wheels give you confidence when turning. The TVS Jupiter stays stable even when you're going around corners at higher speeds, which is pretty cool. Depending on the version, you can have either a 220mm front disc and a 130mm rear drum, with CBS (combined braking system) as standard. The brakes give good feedback.


The TVS Jupiter has an upright riding posture that makes the ride experience quite comfortable. There's plenty of legroom, even for taller riders, and the seat is comfortable. The 12-inch wheels make sure the scooter goes smoothly over rough roads. If you go for the top-end versions like the Classic or the ZX Disc SmartXonnect, they have a cushioned pillion backrest for extra comfort.


The TVS Jupiter, in all the variants, gets an LED headlight, an external fuel filler cap, a pass-light switch, and alloy wheels, except for the Sheet Metal Wheel variant (SMW). There's a USB charging port on the front, and you can also choose to have one under the seat. The basic Jupiter has a regular analog instrument display, while the ZX variant has a semi-digital unit. The ZX SmartXonnect models (Disc and Drum) have an LCD screen with smartphone connectivity through the TVS SmartXonnect app, offering voice assistance, turn-by-turn navigation, and call and SMS alerts. The Classic variant, however, keeps it retro with an analog display. With various options, customers have a lot to choose from based on features and functions.

Should you buy the TVS Jupiter?

The TVS Jupiter is a reliable scooter with decent mileage and useful features. While it may not have the best performance, it still provides a smooth and trouble-free riding experience in the city, which is crucial for a family scooter.

In general, the Jupiter is a good option if you want something straightforward, dependable, and packed with features. However, if you're after a bit more performance and even better practicality, you might want to consider checking out the TVS Jupiter 125.

TVS Jupiter User Reviews

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Om (Verified User)

The TVS Jupiter is a reliable

The TVS Jupiter is a reliable companion for city journeys. It's comfortable, fuel-efficient, and easy to handle, making it ideal for navigating urban traffic. With a sturdy build and practical features, it's a solid choice for daily commuting needs.

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Rekha (Verified User)

It's Good scooter And mileage

Jupiter is bewt scooter Riding comfort is very good

Rekha's Jupiter gives mileage of 50 kmpl
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Yoo (Verified User)

This very amazing scooty

This very amazing scooty if tvs is best scooty is my opinion

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Rishi (Verified User)

It is very smooth and light,

It is very smooth and light, Diving experience is very good, Feature filled scooty with good mileage

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109 CC
109 CC BLDC 124 CC 124 CC 124 CC 125 CC 109 CC 109 CC
50 Kmpl
50 Kmpl 123 Km/Charge 45 Kmpl 53.4 - 56.23 Kmpl 52.91 Kmpl 71.33 Kmpl 48 Kmpl 50 Kmpl
7.88 PS @ 7500 rpm
7.79 PS @ 8000 rpm - 8.7 PS @ 6750 rpm 9.51 PS @ 7000 rpm 8.15 PS @ 6500 rpm 8.2 PS @ 6500 rpm 7.81 PS @ 7500 rpm 7.85 PS @ 8000 rpm
- - - 34.93m 34.88m 42.18m - -
Top speed
- 73 km/Hr 98 kmph 90 kmph - 91 kmph - -
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TVS Jupiter Colours

TVS Jupiter bike is available in 16 exciting colours options like Walnut Brown, Titanium Grey, Pristine White, New Metallic Red, New Metallic Blue, Midnight Black, Royal Wine, Regal Purple, Mystic Grey, Pristine White, Metallic Titanium Grey, Metallic Blue, Matte Black, Copper Bronze, Starlight Blue and Olive Gold.
  • Walnut Brown
  • Titanium Grey
  • Pristine White
  • New Metallic Red
  • New Metallic Blue
  • Midnight Black
  • Royal Wine
  • Regal Purple
  • Mystic Grey
  • Pristine White
  • Metallic Titanium Grey
  • Metallic Blue
  • Matte Black
  • Copper Bronze
  • Starlight Blue
  • Olive Gold

TVS Jupiter Mileage

The mileage of TVS Jupiter is 50 kmpl. This is the ARAI mileage for all the variants of Jupiter.

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Questions & Answers on Jupiter

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Q. What type of cooling system used in TVS Jupiter?
  • The TVS Jupiter has air-cooled engine.
Q. What is the top speed of TVS Jupiter?
  • The TVS Jupiter has top speed of 90 kmph.
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Q. What is the underseat stotage of TVS Jupiter?
  • The TVS Jupiter 125 takes it up a good few notches with the best-in-segment under seat storage of 33 litres.
  • The TVS Jupiter has under seat storage of 21 liters.
Q. What is the engine type of the TVS Jupiter?
  • The TVS Jupiter is equipped with a single-cylinder, 4-stroke engine utilizing CVTi (Continuous Variable Transmission intelligent) technology and fuel injection for optimal performance and efficiency.
Q. What is the Ground Clearance of TVS Jupiter 125?
  • TVS Jupiter 125 offers ground clearance of 163 mm.
Q. Who are the rivals of TVS Jupiter?
  • In the tough scooter market, the TVS Jupiter primarily competes with the Honda Activa 6G. Specifically, the Jupiter Classic variant goes head-to-head with the Hero Pleasure Xtec and the Honda Activa 6G Premium Edition.

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TVS Jupiter FAQs

What is the price of TVS Jupiter in 2024?

The 2024 ex-showroom price of TVS Jupiter is 90,573.

What is the mileage of TVS Jupiter in 2024?

The ARAI claimed mileage of TVS Jupiter is 50 kmpl.

Does the TVS Jupiter have ABS?

No, ABS feature is not available in TVS Jupiter.

Which is better TVS Jupiter or Honda Activa 6G?

Honda Activa 6G Price starts at Rs. 76,234 which is Rs. 2,584 costlier than base model of TVS Jupiter priced at Rs. 73,650. Compare TVS Jupiter vs Honda Activa 6G on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of TVS Jupiter in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of TVS Jupiter in Delhi is Rs. 2,113 per month @ 9.45% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in TVS Jupiter?

TVS Jupiter is available in 16 colours : Walnut Brown, Titanium Grey, Pristine White, New Metallic Red, New Metallic Blue, Midnight Black, Royal Wine, Regal Purple, Mystic Grey, Pristine White, Metallic Titanium Grey, Metallic Blue, Matte Black, Copper Bronze, Starlight Blue and Olive Gold. View colour images of Jupiter.

What is the kerb weight of TVS Jupiter?

The kerb weight of TVS Jupiter is 109 Kg.

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