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TVS Jupiter Classic BS6 gets TVS’ ecothrust Fuel injection technology which will deliver 15% more mileage

After the launch of BS6 version of Apache 4V series of performance bikes, the company has launched its first BS6 scooter, the TVS Jupiter Classic BS6. The price of Jupiter classic has been increased by about Rs 8000 and it now costs 67,911 ex-showroom Delhi. This steep hike in the price is due to the addition of TVS’ ET-Fi (ecothrust fuel injection) system.

The Chennai based manufacturer claims that the new Jupiter Classic BS6 will return up to 15% more fuel efficiency. This means if your scooter is giving a mileage of 45 kmpl in your riding style, expect somewhere around 50kmpl from the new Jupiter Classic BS6.

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The new TVS Jupiter Classic BS6 will be available in three colour schemes – Sunlit Ivory, Autumn Brown and a new Indiblue shade.

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As you may have noticed, in the Apache 4V BS6 bikes, the company had developed differently tuned RT-Fi system which is abbreviated to Race Tuned Fuel Injection system whereas, in the Jupiter Classic BS6, there is an ecothrust fuel injection system (ET-Fi). Hence, TVS has developed two unique fuel injection systems for its BS6 range of products serving a different purpose.

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The ET-Fi will next be seen on the commuter motorcycles from the company as well as other variants of TVS Jupiter. However, RT-Fi will most probably be received by non-other than the Ntorq 125 as it caters to the performance-loving scooter lovers.

Next from the manufacturer will be the Radeon, Victor, and Star BS6 bikes as these bikes get a fat chunk of the company’s volumes in the commuter segment. The Apache RR310, on the other hand, will receive the BS6 treatment only next year before the implementation of the stricter emission norms.

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