TVS Jupiter Grande Edition - In Images & Video

01/10/2018 - 17:01 | ,   | Suvil Susvirkar

The new TVS Jupiter Grande Edition has started to arrive at the dealerships. Here are a few images and a walkaround video of the TVS Jupiter Grande edition.

New TVS Jupiter Grande Instrument Console Right Side
The TVS Jupiter Grande features a full LED headlight - a feature that is seen on the scooter's ace rival, the Honda Activa 5G.

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The TVS Jupiter, along with the Grande badge, also gets a new Starlight Blue paint job. Beige panels complement the new colour while a maroon coloured seat with cross-stitched pattern adds a touch of a premium feel to the package. The scooter also comes equipped with a body coloured pillion handle.

The new colour theme is accompanied by updated features that includes a full LED headlight and a semi-digital instrument console. Do remember that TVS Jupiter’s ace rival, the Honda Activa 5G, gets a full LED headlight as standard. The semi-digital instrument console comes equipped with an analogue speedometer and a digital screen that displays fuel gauge, odometer, trip meter and a clock. The instrument console also features Econometer.

The front fender, rear view mirrors, Jupiter branding on the side panel and the heat shield on the exhaust get chrome embellishment and the scooter also features machined alloy wheels. Optional accessories include underseat USB charging port.

Mechanical specifications remain identical to the standard TVS Jupiter with the 109.7 cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, OHC engine delivering 8 bhp of maximum power at 7,500 rpm and 8 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm. Stopping power is provided by drum brakes on both ends as standard while the front disc will be available as an option. The scooter also gets the Sync Brake System.

A conventional, telescopic fork at the front and a gas charged monoshock at the rear performs the suspension duties.

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The scooter, as communicated by a dealership, will be available at approximately INR 57,000 for the drum brake variant, and INR 61,000 for the front disc brake model – both ex-showroom, Thane. We’re awaiting an announcement from TVS about the pricing of the scooter.

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