TVS Jupiter 125 dispatched from Rs 73,400

A couple of months prior, we had known about TVS dealing with a family 125cc bike to interest the majority. Notwithstanding the obvious achievement of the TVS NTorq 125, its liveliness is the thing that dissuades the conventional bike purchaser. So to catch that slice of the pie too, TVS has dispatched the Jupiter 125, a shiny new 125cc bike with the sole intent to beat rivals like the Suzuki Access 125, the Honda Activa 125, and the Hero Maestro Edge 125.

TVS has coordinated with the estimating of the Access 125 and the Activa 125’s base trim costs scarcely two or three hundred rupees less, which shouldn’t make a big deal about a distinction in the purchasing choice. While the top-end variation is somewhat pricier than its opposition, the bike legitimizes the premium with its provisions, some of which are fragment first.

TVS Motor Company today dispatched the new Jupiter 125 at a beginning cost of Rs 73,400. The variations on offer are a drum brake-prepared steel wheel rendition, drum brakes and amalgam wheels variation, and a front circle brake-outfitted variation with combination wheels.

  • In view of a fresh out of the box new stage
  • 32-liter under-seat stockpiling limit
  • Top-spec variation costs Rs 81,300

TVS Jupiter 125: Design and Features

The bike includes a basic yet exquisite plan, with conspicuous wrinkle lines on the front cover and sideboards. A bunch of chrome embellishments and LED DRLs give the face a striking appearance thus does the new LED headlamp. The tail area, as well, is conveniently coordinated with the remainder of the bike.

As far as components, the bike has a beginning stop framework, side stand motor cut-off, and a USB charging attachment in the top model. The instrument board is a section simple, part-computerized issue with the last showing a clock, constant fuel utilization, normal fuel utilization, and fuel level.


TVS says that it gave exceptional consideration to improving space use. The seat, for example, is longer than the Jupiter 110 by 65mm, freeing more space for both the rider and pillion. The seat tallness itself is set at an available 765mm.

Underseat stockpiling is a section best 32 liters and this was accomplished by setting the 5-liter gas tank in the flooring plank of the bike. The fuel filler cap is strategically located at the front, behind the cover, and not under the seat just like the case with different bikes in the portion.

TVS Jupiter 125: Motor

TVS has fostered a shiny new 124.8cc motor for this bike. It makes 8.3hp at 6,000rpm and 10.5Nm at 4,500rpm. TVS says that the motor has been tuned for solid low and mid-range execution and responsiveness. The guaranteed eco-friendliness, in the meantime, is higher than that of the opposition and we will check this in the wake of testing the bike.

TVS Jupiter 125: Body

The case is all-new, suspended by an adaptive fork and gas-charged single-shock at the back, the last being a section first element. Slowing down obligations are dealt with by a 220mm front circle and a 130mm drum at the back. The lower variations have drum brakes at the two finishes.

TVS Jupiter 125: value, colours and competition


The base Jupiter is valued at Rs 73,400, the compound wheel drum brake adaptation costs Rs 76,800. The top variation will hamper you by Rs 81,300. It goes facing the Honda Activa 125 (beginning at Rs 72,637), Yamaha Fascino 125 (beginning at Rs 72,030), and Suzuki Access 125 (beginning at Rs 73,400).

The Jupiter 125 is accessible in four color options – Dawn Orange, Indiblue, Pristine White, and Titanium Gray.

Also Read: TVS NTorq Race XP road test, review

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