Jupiter ZX motorcyclediaries

TVS launched updated Jupiter ZX with CBS, LED headlight, and semi-digital instrument cluster, Grande discontinued

India’s third largest two-wheeler manufacturer has launched updated Jupiter ZX in the Indian market. The new scooter is available in both Drum and Disc variants. The price of Jupiter ZX Drum brake variant is Rs 56,093 and Disc variant will set you back by Rs 58,645. Both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.

Jupiter ZX motorcyclediaries

The new TVS Jupiter ZX comes with few updates. These updates include a semi-digital instrument cluster like we have seen on Jupiter Grande. There are LED headlight and a new rear monoshock which is now adjustable to suit your needs. But let me remind you, this is not Jupiter Grande as Jupiter ZX does not get special alloy wheels, unique seat cover as well as chrome accents here and there.

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The 2019 model of Jupiter ZX is available in two new color options – Royal Wine and Starlight Blue. Both the colors are eye catchy and I personally like the Blue one (my favorite).

Jupiter ZX motorcyclediaries

Powering the Jupiter ZX is the same tried and tested 110cc single-cylinder, air-cooled CVT-i engine. The engine makes 8bhp at 7500rpm and 8.4Nm at 5500rpm. Jupiter ZX is fed by a carburetor and is BS4 compliant. Power transmission is done via CVT belt drive automatic gearbox.

Jupiter ZX motorcyclediaries

Telescopic forks do the job of shock absorption at the front and adjustable monoshock is present at the rear. In drum brake variant, both ends are equipped with 130 mm drum brakes. Disc brake variant has 220 mm disc with Bybre calipers. What I like about Jupiter is that this scooter rides on 12-inch wheels at both ends with 90/90 tubeless tyres.

TVS Jupiter ZX drum is priced at Rs 56,093 and Disc brake variant carries a price tag of Rs 58,645 ex-showroom Delhi.

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