2017 TVS Jupiter Launched with BS IV Engine, Price Unchanged


All-new 2017 TVS Jupiter scooter comes powered by an updated 110 cc engine; AHO and two new colour schemes introduced

TVS Motors has launched the 2017 TVS Jupiter scooter with the price unchanged at Rs. 49,666 (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The popular scooter comes powered by an updated BS IV emission norm compliant engine, ready to meet the new emission rule about to be implemented in the country. Apart from the updated engine, the scooter has also received Auto Headlamp On (AHO) technology and Sync Braking System (SBS).

The two-wheeler manufacturer has introduced two new colour options to the updated 110 cc scooter, which are the Jade Green and Mystic Gold. While the new engine will meet the upcoming emission rule, the AHO and SBS enhance the safety of the rider. The SBS technology was previously available in the ZX variant only, and now it will come available in the base variant also.


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The SBS technology ensures the safety of rider by automatically applying the front brake, when rear brake is used. The power and torque output of the scooter is unchanged as well. The all-aluminium, low-friction, single-cylinder, air-cooled four-stroke OHC engine is mated to a CVT and it churns out 7.80 bhp of peak power at 7,500 rpm and 8 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm.

Since its launch in 2013, the TVS Jupiter has been one of the very popular products in the country. With the metal body, attractive design, comfortable riding experience on offer along with the peppy engine and best in class fuel efficiency, this model has managed to sell more than 1.5 million units in the domestic market.

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Speaking about the launch of the 2017 TVS Jupiter, Mr. Aniruddha Haldar, Vice President Marketing- Scooters, TVS Motor Company, said, the scooter has received immense enthusiasm from the customers. He hopes that with new colours and features along with the updated engine, the Jupiter will be able to impress more buyers.