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TVS Jupiter Grande is the new 110cc charmer in the block

TVS Jupiter Grande

TVS Jupiter Grande is priced from Rs 55,936 and it boasts LED headlamp, semi-digital instrument cluster, quilted retro-styled seats.

TVS Jupiter Grande has been launched in India at a price tag of Rs 55,936 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Available in both drum only and front disc variants, the latter one is available at Rs 59,648 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Grande variant of TVS Jupiter dons unique Starlight Blue paint scheme with beige panels and maroon seat as well. The TVS Jupiter Grande comes as the latest special edition from the brand as part of its strategy to launch some unique variants of the popular scooter every year.

Speaking about the features of the TVS Jupiter Grande, the scooter gets LED headlamp, semi-digital instrument cluster, quilted retro-themed seats. The disc brake variant comes running on diamond cut alloy wheels. Also, there are plenty of chrome garnishing on front fender, rear view mirror cap and exhaust shield.

Mechanically, the TVS Jupiter Grande is identical to the standard scooter. Power source for this model is a 109.7 cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder, OHC engine that is mated to a CVT. This engine churns out 8 bhp of maximum power at 7,500 rpm and a peak torque of 8 Nm at 5,500 rpm. Suspension duty is done by telescopic front forks and monoshock absorber at the back.

For braking duty, the TVS Jupiter gets Sync Braking System as standard combined with drum and disc brakes. This technology ensures even braking force distribution to both the front and rear wheels. The TVS Jupiter Grande strengthens the brand’s competition against Honda Activa 5G, Yamaha Fascino and Hero Duet.

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Passion for cars and bikes started with collecting die-cast models in childhood. Blended with flare for writing, found my way into automobile journalism. Bengali by heart, epicure by religion and a travel addict by soul.


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