TVS Jupiter sales crosses 5 lakh mark – IAB Report

Posted on: May 14, 2015 - 6:44pm IST

Was launched in September 2013 for INR 44,200.

TVS Motor Company today said that its Jupiter scooter has crossed the 500,000 unit sales landmark. Targeting male riders, the Jupiter scooter met with huge success in the market with over 3 lakh units already sold by beginning of 2015.

TVS Jupiter 500000 sales
The 110cc scooter is primarily targeted at the male rider.

The TVS Jupiter is powered by familiar all-aluminium 110cc engine (from Wego) producing 8 bhp at 7,500 rpm and 8 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. TVS claims that the Jupiter is the quickest in its segment, with the 0-60km/h sprint taking just 7.2 seconds. The official mileage claim is at 62 km/l.

The scooter uses a V-matic transmission, and is the first to feature pass light switch in the segment. It gets a 17-liter under-seat storage compartment large enough for a helmet, and a 5.3-liter fuel tank. It is offered with six body colour options.

TVS Jupiter Special Editon
A celebratory edition of the Jupiter was launched in January 2015 with a beige panel and brown body colour.

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The Jupiter has been recognized as one of top scooters in the J D Power India Two Wheeler Initial Quality Study 2015 and competes with the Mahindra Gusto, Honda Activa, Yamaha Ray, Suzuki Let’s, and Hero Maestro. The company had launched a celebratory ‘Limited Edition’ Jupiter model this year to commemorate one year of sales.

TVS Jupiter – Image Gallery

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One thought on “TVS Jupiter sales crosses 5 lakh mark – IAB Report

  1. Sanjay Natarajan says:

    What about the Honda activa 125 or the Honda activa 3g that was launched just a couple of months back…they didn’t cross 500000 sales…??
    I doubt that Jupiter is the fastest to reach 500000 milestone


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