Design , Practicality , Storage Space , Efficiency
Top-end Variant Expensive
Indian third largest two-wheeler manufacturer, TVS Motors, in recent years, has transformed itself into a most sensible brand. TVS has made its mark among middle-class Indians as a most practical and stylish scooter manufacturer. Jupiter is the runaway success for the brand as the scooter sector in India has shaped quite a bit in recent years. Ever since its launch, Jupiter 110 has had premium yet practical appeal to the mass-consumers. On the other hand, NTorq lured the dynamic buyers with its peppy 125cc motor and sporty looks. So, when TVS launched the 125cc Jupiter last year, my senior Yash Sunil was quite impressed when he drove it at the TVS Hosur test facility track. But, out on the Indian roads, does the Jupiter125 still maintain its practical quotient remained unanswered. So we have spent a weak with the Jupiter 125 hovering around the city and on highways to tell you how different does it performs in the real world.
Practicality quotient is aptly fulfilling in the TVS Jupiter 125. Powerful engine, distinctive styling, first-in-class features, mature ride quality and most importantly,decent fuel efficiency figures triumph the case for Jupiter 125. Around Rs 85,000* (ex-showroom) for the top end disc alloy wheel variant is an expensive affair for the scooter. Still, the premium appeal, functional characters and convenience features make it a fantastic choice.