TVS Jupiter 125 scooter price in India has increased
Over the past few months, several vehicles have become more expensive in India as automakers attempt to offset rising input costs and raw material prices. TVS is not spared from the factors affecting the Indian automotive industry and has raised the prices of some of its vehicles including the Jupiter 125. Launched in India last year, the Jupiter 125 is a rival like Honda Activa 125, Suzuki Access 125, and more. This 125cc TVS scooter received a price hike of around ₹1,275. The TVS Jupiter 125 drum brake variant with steel wheels will now cost you ₹75,625 from ₹74,4025 while the Jupiter 125 drum brake variant with alloy wheels will cost you ₹78,125 from ₹76,800. And as for the high-end TVS Jupiter 125 disc brake variant, it will cost you ₹82,575 instead of ₹81,300. All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.
The TVS Jupiter 125 features a 124.8cc air-cooled engine that develops 8.04hp at 6000rpm and 10.5Nm of peak torque at 4500rpm. The suspension duties of this scooter are provided by telescopic forks with three-stage adjustable gas monoshock while the braking hardware includes 130mm drum brakes as standard and a 220mm front disc brake as an option. .
The Jupiter 125 comes with a semi-digital instrument panel that includes an analog speedometer and an LCD display for several details including trip meter, odometer, malfunction indicator, average fuel consumption, etc. . The Jupiter 125 also comes with the TVS IntelliGo stop-start system, an ecometer, Power mode, an integrated starter-generator for quiet starting and a side-stand inhibitor.