TVS Jupiter BSIV spotted ahead of its launch [Video]
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TVS Jupiter will be the second scooter by TVS to be BSIV compliant.
The TVS Jupiter in its BSIV avatar has been spied in a YouTube video by Anurag Raina. The automatic scooter gains an optional disc brake and Auto Headlamp On feature. The drum brake version also gets a combined braking system which is called ‘Sync Braking System’ by TVS.
At the heart of the TVS Jupiter is a 109.7 cc air cooled, single cylinder mill coupled to a CVT. In its BSIII version, the engine is capable of producing 8 PS of maximum power at 7,500 rpm and 8 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm.
The scooter gets a BSIV badging below the left front indicator. A disc brake is also offered in the TVS Jupiter ZX variant. Before this, a disc brake was only offered in the MillionR Edition. Features include an external fuel fill cap, low fuel indicator, retractable bag hooks, mobile charging and dual side handle lock.
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The BSIII version claimed a fuel efficiency of 62 km/l and the BSIV version of the TVS Jupiter could be expected to have a slightly lower efficiency.
The TVS Jupiter has a price tag of INR 49,034 and INR 51,057 for the ZX trim (both prices ex-showroom, Delhi).