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TVS Jupiter Test Ride Review

TVS Jupiter Test Drive Review

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TVS Jupiter Review

Bike Tested: 2013 TVS Jupiter

Price OTR Mumbai: Rs. 52,200/-

The Jupiter comes to Earth and redefines value for humans.

TVS is well known for coming with products which are good on quality and have class leading attention to detail and let’s not forget sheer value, just like its rival. However the pace at which products are rolled out are so slow that they give the market position to international companies within a very short span of time due to this strategy. Motorcycles or scooters, not all offerings are making an impact, which the company seeks. Perhaps it does not have the enormous amount of two-wheelers in any segment that rivals offer in same segments, which seems to be the mantra of the top three 2-wheeler manufactures in the country. Anyways, TVS is the only Indian manufacturer who has been making scooters completely on their own. The new offering, Jupiter, has already created a storm when it comes to value. TVS has redefined value when it comes to their latest offering. Our first short stint with the TVS Jupiter certainly left us impressed and after spending some time with the scooter we are ready with our comprehensive review, which should let you decide which scooter to buy much more easily.

Motor Quest: The Jupiter is targeted at male scooter buyers and the company designed the first Scooty in 1994 as a unisex product but later opted to focus on women consumers.

TVS-Jupiter-Road-TestTVS Jupiter Review

Styling – Yes, the TVS Jupiter looks like the Honda Activa at the front but if you look closely, it will remind you of the Wego but the headlight on the Jupiter seems a lot brawnier and comes with two pilot lamps. There are minute changes to distinguish it apart like the turn indicators are mounted on the panel below, not like the Activa where it is mounted on the top. Coming to the rear, the tail lights are smaller and edgier and it has LEDs in the stop lamp. The side panels are rounded and they are attached to the rear panel, giving it a seamless and different look.

The huge 3D logo (Jupiter) adds some character to the styling. The front sleek mudguard with black wheels adds a touch of sportiness to the TVS Jupiter, however the finish on the wheels is not great when you take a closer look. Similarities with the Activa are because of the rear grab rail, which looks the same from a distance in terms of size and aesthetics. The exhaust canister is a boxy unit, which fits in perfectly inside, aiding mass centralisation and is shielded by a stainless steel heat unit.

Instrument Cluster and Switch Gear – The console is completely new when compared to the Wego with black colour in the background to add a bit of sportiness to the cluster. Dedicated turn indicators on each side, fuel reserve light and high beam indicator on the top are placed on the instrument cluster. The fuel gauge on the right is accurate which moves faster (when turned on) than the fuel gauge found on other scooters. What we didn’t like on the cluster of the TVS Jupiter are the fonts. The ones on the Wego were great but the ones on the Jupiter are not that appealing. Switchgear is the same as the Wego, except for the pass button, which is integrated with the high beam button, a clever implementation. The red colour for the ignition and yellow for the horn button are special touches carried from the Wego.

The new addition to the cluster is the POWER and ECO mode, which is based on throttle response. ECO mode is when you are riding under 50 km/hr. However when you are doing 70 km/hr while being gentle on the throttle, it will still show you in ECO mode. Twist the wrist 100% and it will switch to POWER mode. The change is instant and the ECO and POWER mode lights are always changing which is disconcerting at first. However to the junta it is a subjective issue. USB, which is located under the seat, is an optional extra. There is a dedicated place assigned by TVS, all you need to do is ask your dealer and he will retrofit it for you.

Ergonomics – The sitting position on the Jupiter is upright but your hands are slightly inclined downwards (when you notice carefully), which is for better control and feedback. The rearview mirrors are positioned well but the field view behind is not that great for large people. Seat cushioning is truly brilliant, it feels like a sofa and somehow being that soft, it is still comfortable for long rides. The pillion enjoys the same comfort and has a huge ergonomically designed grab rail for holding on to. The pillion will have to stretch their legs on the right side as there is no footrest right below their leg. There is one on the left side, which is huge and is welded to the chassis, which comes as a standard fitment in the Jupiter. However, the stretch on the ride side is not that far fetched as the Honda Dio. Obviously the problem can be solved with a metal crash guard, which is an added accessory and fits around the scooter from the front to the rear.

Performance and Gearbox – The Jupiter is powered by a 110cc, all-aluminium engine, churning out 8 PS of power and 8 Nm of torque. Yes, that is right, power is down by .1 PS compared to the Wego and this is the reason why TVS is using KW (5.88) to mention the power rating. Weight is up by 4 kgs too. So has the brisk nature of the Wego, in terms of performance gone? CVT ratios have been tweaked and the gearbox is much more polished to deliver more low and mid-end torque. Jupiter’s performance will feel much more accessible to newbies and one can feel that engine power is well used, so the answer is no, thanks to subtle changes the brisk nature has not gone.

Changes made to the engine include spark plug gap increase, compression ratio increase and reduced friction. All these changes have made the engine behaviour linear. However, since the engine is based on the Wego, there is a of bit throatiness left and throttle response is crisp and the engine has not lost 100% of the fun. Tons of low and mid-end help the Jupiter reach 85 km/hr once you open the throttle 100% on an open road, it reaches so quickly that you tend to back off once you see the speedometer. In city, power is always on tap and when you find a long gap to close, the scooter shoots forward, no heart thumping performance, don’t worry, its only 8 PS after all. Like the Wego, we could only see a speedo indicated top speed of 85 km/hr. We recorded a fuel economy of 47 km/l in the city.

TVS Jupiter Handling

Riding Dynamics – Riding on the same platform as the Wego, the Jupiter uses the same chassis, wheels and tyres. This means telescopic front suspension and 12-inch wheels. The added four kgs of weight and softer dampers have made the ride quality slightly better than the already mature riding Wego. Dynamics are still excellent and the TVS Jupiter is fun to throw around corners and sweepers. It remains poised and well balanced.

The only spoilsport is the tyres. Screeching every time on hard braking and not so confidence inspiring in the wet makes it feel like a party with sadistic music. Manoeuvrability in the city is hassle free and u-turn radius is short. We found the scooter to be slightly bumpy on bad roads and when doing high speeds (although changing the tyre pressure resulted in better behaviour). Stopping power on the Jupiter is good. As always, the front brakes are not that great and the rear brake does 90% of the job.

TVS Jupiter Underseat StorageTVS Jupiter Fuel Filler

Miscellaneous – The Jupiter comes with a lot of convenient features as standard. External fuel filler cap is a good thing on paper but you have to get down to open it up. So really, it does not make much sense. 17-litres of under-seat storage is plenty full, still it won’t fit a full size sporty helmet. However, most people have half face or smaller helmets which fit in just fine. After fitting a helmet, it can store tit-bits too. Two hooks are present; one at the top and one below the seat. The hook below the seat won’t do daily duties as it not ergonomically placed as the Honda Activa and the hook is a plastic one, not metal. However, the top mounted retractable hook is handy to carry a lot of stuff.

Tubeless tyres are great but if you can’t find it in any shop near you when it’s time to replace, you feel disheartened. Come on companies, allow tyre dealers to stock them too. Patented easy to use centre stand works brilliantly, 10% effort required, ladies will love it. Headlight illumination is top notch but the spread, as with scooters is limited as always. Paint quality is good. Panel gaps are not visible but there are some places where finishing is not up to the mark when you look carefully. The Jupiter comes with side indicator buzzers. This is an option we usually see on commuter motorcycles. Nevertheless, this accessory comes as a standard fitment on the Jupiter. The Jupiter also comes with a shutter lock to prevent theft of the scooter with a key. On top of the key there is small hole which lets you close the key hole which can only be opened up with the original key. This feature is found on almost every scooter in the market today.

Verdict – The Jupiter comes loaded to the gills with tubeless tyres, fuel reserve light, optional USB charger, parking lamps and LED tail lights. It has a modern suspension, fun to ride efficient engine with great dynamics and all this comes at a value for money price tag which makes it seriously easy for scooter buyers out there to choose from. The Jupiter under cuts the market leader by a decent margin while offering more equipment. The TVS Jupiter is no doubt the ultimate choice in the entire scooter market right now. Looking for a scooter? Buy yourself this planet, ahem scooter.

The TVS Jupiter comes across as a very good package in the scooter segment, offering practicality and performance at an attractive price.

What’s Cool

* Dynamics
* Value for money
* Convenient features

What’s Not So Cool

* Below average grip from TVS tyres
* No space for full faced helmet

2013 TVS Jupiter Specifications

* Engine: 109.7cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled
* Power: 8 PS @ 7500 RPM
* Torque: 8 Nm @ 5500 RPM
* Transmission: CVT
* 0 – 60 km/hr: 7.2 seconds
* Top Speed: 85 km/hr
* Fuel Consumption: 45-50 km/l
* Fuel Type: Petrol
* Suspension: Telescopic Forks (Front), Hydraulic Gas Filled (Rear)
* Tyres: 90/90/12
* Brakes: 130 mm Drum (Front), 130 mm Drum (Rear)

2013 TVS Jupiter Dimensions

* Length x Width x Height: 1834 mm x 650 mm x 1115 mm
* Wheelbase: 1275 mm
* Seat Height: 765 mm
* Ground Clearance: 150 mm
* Fuel Tank Capacity: 5-litres
* Kerb weight: 112 kgs

Further Reading –

TVS Jupiter Video Review
TVS Jupiter vs Honda Activa vs Yamaha Ray

Comments on this entry are closed.

  • N

    Dear Mohit,
    Some observations in your review:
    “there is no footrest right below their leg. There is one on the left side, which is huge and is welded to the chassis, which comes as a standard fitment in the Jupiter.”… We can see the pillion foot pegs on both sides on Jupiter. On the left, the big foot pad you mentioned is for the Ladies sitting on one side, normally this is an accessory given on other scooters, which TVS is giving as Standard!!!
    Secondly, the full face helmet fits in this box, as i have tried it myself.

    Overall a very good review. Thankyou in bringing forth a detailed one!!!

    • Mohit

      N, i agree there are footrest but that’s a bit of stretch that is why i mentioned this particular fact. With the accessory the pillion will suit upright rather than right side leg stretched forward, Even this has been mentioned and we said its far better than the Dio.

  • Priyanka

    Hi Mohit,
    Nice review, though i have a doubt. I loved all about Jupiter but as you said ‘Below average grip from TVS tyres’. Still is the best scooter in the market. Is not this a big negative point against this scooter??
    I have already booked Jupiter but now i got bit confused. Please clarify a bit about this.

    • Mohit

      Priyanka, Thank you!

      Regarding the tyres its just when your ride fast and enthusiastically through corners at high speeds is when you really notice this issue. when subjective to normal riding its not a issue. In short, its for people who ride in a sporty manner.

      Did you know tyres also required run-in period as engine?
      So when the tyres cross 500 odd kms they provide better grip. We noticed this when we were testing another TVS product with a TVS tyres and we had two vehicles.. one from a customer and one from company and the customer vehicle performed noticeably better because it had more then 2,000 kms and hence in terms grip it was better Since our vehicle for brand new it takes time.

      Overall, if you are really concerned.. you can trade in your brand new tyres and pay minimum amount of LESS than 1000 rupees (500-800) and get 100 times superior tyres from MRF

      Keep the dimension same so you dont loose mileage

      Hope this helped :)

    • Priyanka

      Thanks Mohit :)
      I think its not an issue to concern, at least for me. I am waiting for my Jupiter :)

    • paturi


    • Prem

      Hey Priyanka

      Want it to know what is the price of jupiter and waiting period n which city u booked from

    • Priyanka

      Hi Prem,

      I booked Jupiter in Gurgaon and it costed me 51,200/- (excluding Extended Warranty)
      Waiting period is approx 20 days.

    • Prem

      Hey Priyanka
      can u provide me a address of the same


    • Priyanka

      Hi Prem,

      You can the check the dealer details on their website.

      And just a small correction, it costed me around 52,200/-


  • Neelanshu Shrote

    Hi All,

    Thanks for the detailed review. I have also planned to buy this vehicle this Diwali. While, I just have one query, I cannot see the guards in the vehicle. If there are, then will it be standard to we will have buy it as an accessory???

    Thanks in advance!


    • Faisal Khan

      Neelanshu, it will be part of accessories.

  • Jack Pandey

    The Jupiter really is at an amazing price point for the features, styling and performance!

    I have a different kind of query: I want to mount my iPhone to use Google Maps or Sygic Navigation while riding, but on a scooter there is no real cylindrical handlebar to put a normal phone mount on .. Do you have any idea as to how I could mount the phone? I would also use it to run a GPS Speedometer app. To me it seems like actually placing the phone vertically above of the speedometer seems like the only place I could put it. (Still can’t think of how I would do that either though). Any ideas are appreciated!

    Also, great review Mohit :). The footrest text is a bit unclear though – it makes it seem like the left and right footrests are at different positions, maybe you should clarify the text a bit.

    Can you also do a real-world 0-60km/h test? I really doubt the 7.2 sec claimed by TVS, that puts it in the 125cc scooters’ acceleration range!

    • Faisal Khan

      Jack, it might not be 7.2 seconds but it’s fastest in 110cc segment, we tested it against other scooters.

    • paturi

      mr. faisal, if not 7.2 sec then what they claims and what about activa or activa-i

    • paturi

      mr. faisal khan still u have not replied my question. 7.2 sec is not fastest in 110 segment. may i prove it. so be cautious in giving replies in this forum, because so many novice buyers are following us and let us guide them in proper way. ok dude.

    • Faisal Khan

      Paturi, the figure is TVS claimed.

  • Abhilash

    Thanks for your review,and may i know the seat height of wego,Jupiter’s is 165 you mentioned. I am not tall.

  • Abhi

    Mr. paturi still you are in your best job to pull journalist leg hahaha,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,why don’t to leave them dear,,,,,,,!!!!!!!!11

    • paturi

      mr abhi, i need not to pull the legs of critics. but i want to tell facts and figures of every vehicle and i want my experts to be fair and frank. alas my friends are following us and we should do justice to our friends in fair and free manner. if u want any evidence of biased comments not only in automobile field but also in stock market etc., etc., may i prove it ? so adivice my friends in this forum be patient wait for performance of vehicle, if it is proved then ok. dont jump on by seeing all these biased comments. one thing i can tell u , Japanese engines are proved to be trust worthy. either in cars or bikes. korian cars r cheap, but no mileage. . it is true so let the engine performance prove to be worthy, then iam happy for indian co that too from my area south delivered good vehicle. so freinds dont trust these biased critics and wait for some time to prove it to be worthy. what happened to sujuki access 125 cc. nothing happened to activa. same with tvs take it from me. so guys wait. until engine performance proves.,

    • kashif

      Dear Paturi,
      I have to buy a scooter this month . But i am confused between Suzuki Access 125 and TVS Jupiter. How these two scooters differ on the basis of Mileage, Engine performance, Maintainance.
      Thanks in advance.

  • sharon

    Hello All,
    I am planning to take it this jan. wat would u say? is it the rght one ? do i go with a activa, access or the jupiter? can sme1 help in this?

    • Faisal Khan

      Get the Access or Swish.

    • kashif

      Brother Faisal,
      What is your verdict between Suzuki Access and TVS Jupiter ??

    • Faisal Khan

      I would pick the Swish.

    • aadi

      take yamaha ray z .. .

  • Jataayu

    I do not see any new things in this. It does not have good look.

  • Jigar Vora

    Jupiter is new sensation in market now and smart people who research well are going for it. I am sure rest will follow, unless activa is not modified after Jupiter.

  • n

    Guys this guy Paturi is real one of a kind… eventhough all r saying the product is good, he is still nagging on the japanese. paturi are you serious enough to buy Jupiter… or just passing and wasting our time??? coz what ever you have said in this post is all bullshit!!!

  • P

    Hi All,

    I am planning to buy this scooter. Anybody knows on-road price in and around Mumbai. There’s 2 months waiting in Thane and costs 60K on-road. Sub-dealer price is 65K.. almost same as Activa DLX.

    • Faisal Khan

      P, some dealers are quoting with accessories.

    • P

      Hi Faisal,
      On TVS Jupiter website ex-showroom price for this vehicle is Rs. 46534 and authorized dealer is quoting 60K i.e. Rs. 13466 extra. Do you think 13K is extra for Octroi + RTO + Insurance + Accessories? There is 2 months waiting also. This is loot.

    • Faisal Khan

      Yes, dealers seem to be taking a premium for reasons best known to them!

  • Scooter king

    Why All guys are fighting here with each other? One thing is true that honda is now king of scooters these days and has hugh resale value but note one thing that honda has high resale value only in activa scooter thats it… If you buy dio aviator or activa i then forget about good price while selling… And people has trust on honda activa scooter thats it… And everyone buy only this scooter(activa) because its from 12-13 years in india and still running good… In my city tvs is also famous but only in pep scooter and few are buying wego… As tvs is south indian company so in south india its more famous… In north india specially delhi.. Honda rules in scooter segment… I took test ride of jupiter few days back n i felt that its better than activa in terms of suspension and ez stand feature but pickup was ok and brakes were weak but i think brakes problem will be solved after first service i rode dio also but its pickup is not that good like jupiter and one thing i would like to tell that all these scooters whether its honda or tvs… Shares same 110cc engine and u cant take out more power from this small cc engine… If u buy 125cc engine like in swish access or vespa u will get more power but mileage will be low… In vespa lx or vx engine is 125cc and power is 10.06 bhp but mileage is very poor.. Have u guys ever seen mercedes audi bmw giving good mileage? Because these cars have high power engine and there is one thing in world… If u need power then u have to sacrifice on mileage and if u need mileage then u wont get power and to increase mileage companies do cost cutting in bodies of vehicle … I think tvs jupiter is best in features and specifications… If u guys find spare parts and service centre of any showroom near ur home then that scooter or car is best… Those who travel 50kms for service and spare parts then dont buy that vehicle… And buy that scooter which can be easily repaired by mechanic bevause scooters like vespa cant be repaired by mechanics … Vespa engineering is so tuff that even vespa service centre guys cant repair it.. Vespa has only looks and power but no mileage and its maintainance is really high… In vespa price add ₹ 15000 more and buy 2 scooters for urself…

    • Faisal Khan

      You are wrong, Vespa is very frugal and maintenance is low too.

    • Scooter king

      First go ask those persons who sold their vespa because they got irritated with its cold start problem weak brakes and high maintainance… Minor accident in vespa will cost u 12-15 thousand ₹ in repair and dent on scooter with paint and all cost u upto 18k if u do it from company its maintainance is very high… I know its very high in power but in delhi its a flop scooter as no one is buying it and vespa showroom is empty everyday but honda showroom is full of customers and they dont have time to attend a new customer , vespa has more pickup power but its very poor in mileage and maintainance is high… Spare parts availability and accessories not available in local shops so if by chance anything breaks in vespa like its brake lever or any problem in spark plug so u find in local shops even wires also… And no local mechanic will repair it as its enfineering is tough and mechanics are trained in repairing honda suzuki yamaha bajaj engines so they wull spoil the engine of vespa if they touch it…

  • Shantanu seth

    Hey guys i would to tell u one thing that its just a matter of smal 110cc engine scooter why u guys are behaving like u r buying expensive car… In my view every scooter which cost between 50-60k is same but person should buy scooter according to his height and weight… If u very slim then buy light weight scooters but if u r healthy then buy any scooter which u can handle… Those who compare power and all these things are stupid… Just go to showroom and check whether u can handle scooter easily in daily life or not .. Everyone comparing power looks and dont know what… Its just a simple scooter not an sports bike or car.. If for your comfort not for style… And for style there is only one scooter which is vespa and its very expensive because in that price i can buy bike for myself… Its simple if u need looks then u have to pay more because in low prices compsnies wont give you good looking scooter.. They have to earn profit and in india no company is good enough to design good looking scooter bike or car… My advice for everyone is that buy scooter bike or car according to your comfort not according to looks power and all… What is the use of scooter if it has good looks but poor performance… It irrtitates when good looking scooter doesnt start and gives u problem when u r in hurry… So its better to choose scooter according to low maintainance and reliable engine which will be ready for u always even in emergency :)

  • engineer

    when your engine is cold…..
    1. Pull the choke.
    2. Open 15-25% throttle.
    3. Push the starter button…. or kick…
    your engine should start in first try…

    then let it run for 10-30 seconds…. close the choke and open throttle few times… your cold engine is now ready….. have fun.

  • subodh

    hey guys…pls tell me i have to buy which vehicle :- hero mastro and honda avaitaor and tvs jupiter. which is best among these.

    • Faisal Khan

      TVS Jupiter is the best in the segment.

    • Prem

      Bhai Faisal
      what is the price of jupiter n where to buy

    • Faisal Khan

      Prem, price mentioned in the post.

    • Shaini

      Dio, Ray or Jupiter?
      Want to gift fr brother.. want good efficiency… good in long term use and he also a little tall 5’11
      Please advise

  • aadi

    why u all r going to jupiter why not yamaha ray z . . stylish look , mileage everything is there what u need then why ?

    • Faisal Khan

      Ray is better to ride but not as practical.

  • khushi

    I just want to clear my doubt about Tvs wego or Tvs Jupiter
    Which one is Better for me .

    I am girl height 5’1 and I just want to buy a two Wheeler
    And I was decided to buy Tvs Jupiter but dealers say u have to wait
    For long to months they told me after 25 January we deliver tvs Jupiter
    Seriously I am waiting for two months or Buy Tvs wego ???
    Because my parents say there is no such big difference in it.
    What should I do waiting for Tvs Jupiter or Buy Tvs wego.

  • Ankit

    I am first bike rider. I am confused about swish or access or jupiter or wego. It is all confusing for me, it seems all decent pick with everyone suggesting different one. I am learner but not ready to take test drive. Will learn after buying the same. If person weight help’s decide the matter, mine is 90kgs and 5’8 inch. Please suggest price and waiting period is not an issue.

    • Faisal Khan

      Ankit, I suggest you opt for the Swish, it’s a good scooter. Also worth waiting for the Auto Expo to see what new is coming.

    • Ankit

      Thanks a lot for suggestion.
      Swish then it is. Can’t wait for Auto Expo since reviews will be pending and there will be waiting period for new launches.

      Thanks again.

    • Faisal Khan

      Did you see Suzuki’s new Let’s?

    • Ankit


    • jjj

      Swish or Ray u recommnd?

  • Ankit

    Request you to reply to the above query at the earliest if possible. Need to book very soon :)

    Thanks a lot.

  • Ashok

    I wouldnlike to purchase a new scooter. My major requierments are power, pillion comfort, and comfort long rid . Please advice me which one I have to buy.

    • Faisal Khan

      Wait for the new Suzuki Let’s.

  • jo

    I want to maillage tvs jupitar any one can tel me plz

  • Peps

    Please tell me if Lady Foot Rest plate is included in the bike cost or it has to be purchased separately as an accessory?

    • Faisal Khan

      It’s accessory.

  • pooja jain

    great confusion…..which one is better….tvs jupiter or yamaha alpha……

  • tej

    both are great…but as a personal opinion alpha looks a bit better.

    • pooja

      thanks tej…..In strongness and other features….which is best jupiter or alpha…

  • navneet

    guys …..vich is best…..activa , jupiter , alpha , maestro…..give votes please……request to all……….

    • Faisal Khan



    the quality of front body of jupitar is nt upto the mark…and wen my mom sit on back she cant able to caught the side hand rest…and pulling also disapntd.

  • Sam

    Hi Mohit,
    How is the performance of TVS Jupiter so far? Did you encounter any issues? How is the fuel efficiency?
    Thanks in advance!

    • Faisal Khan

      It’s a fantastic bike, mileage is good too. Wait for our long term review, coming soon.

  • Sooraj

    You say TVS Jupiter is best in segment. But you are recommending Swish over Jupiter. Can u tell me in which parameters Swish or Access are better than the Jupiter other than tyres? I would also like to know whether the 12 inch tyres of Jupiter improve ride & handling compared to 10 inch tyres.

    • Faisal Khan

      The Swish is a 125cc scooter, much better performance.

    • Sooraj

      Will replacing the stock tyres of Jupiter with MRF tyres make the Jupiter the best 110cc scooter?
      Also reply to my query about 12 inch tyres.

    • Faisal Khan

      Yes, tyres make a big difference and TVS tyres are quite bad.

      Yes, 12-inch improves ride and handling.

  • Sachin

    Hi Guys, I had a test drive of Suzuki Lets and Jupiter both. I found Lets more powerful and quite impressive but small in size compared to Jupiter. Jupiter on the other hand was Ok. Can you please suggest me 1 out of these 1?

    • Faisal Khan

      Jupiter is bigger which makes a big difference actually.

  • aakash

    Hy mohit which scooter should I buy Jupiter activa or swish please tell me and also give reason. I’m very confused

    • Faisal Khan

      What are your requirements?

  • Venkat

    Hello Faisal ji..
    Im quite confused which one to buy..
    TVS Jupiter / Yamaha Alpha / Yamaha Ray / Hero Maestro requirements are :
    -Large seat space for pillion
    -Best Braking system
    -Light weight
    -Easy Handling
    -Suitable for girls and boys
    -Less maintenance..
    Thank you.

  • u Singh

    Is number plat is not provided with jupiter and charged additional cost?as told by dealer at chas bokaro jharkhand.

    • Asif

      I am not payed anything extra for number plate in kerala.

  • Raaja Raja

    jupiter or suzuki acess 125? I have back pain so suggest me which is best suspension as i read access is oil damped and jupiter is gas filled. what is the diff ? can u explain?

  • Asif

    Mohit and Faisal, I am tall almost 180cm and i want buy a scooter
    very soon and interested in Jupiter
    but only worry about disk brake,Is there any information a
    disk brake in Jupiter near future?I want know if i bought now Jupiter, i can
    attach a disk brake later?

  • SChan

    Great review thanks. Just a query. I didn’t understand why you wrote in the review that you have to get down to open the external fuel filler. I could easily open the lock with my left hand while sitting on the seat. This is a very convenient feature in Jupiter.

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