TVS Jupiter is the second largest selling scooter in India post-Honda Activa. Recently, a new Classic Edition of the model has been introduced at INR 55,266 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It gets revised retro styling with the addition of elements like a windshield, chrome backrest, dual tone seats, chrome mirrors and an unique colour shade.
Altogether, the Jupiter is equipped with an automatic headlamp (AHO) feature and a new improved engine in order to comply with the new BS-IV emission norms. Being provided with the advanced safety of brand patented sync Braking System (SBS), the scooter is on sale in different shades of Jade Green and Mystic Gold. The scooter is available to retail at the similar pricing of the last model.
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In the 110cc scooter segment, the TVS Jupiter goes against the market leader the Honda Activa. The full-fledged scooter packed with a host of first in segment features poses a fierce competition against the Honda Activa. Recently, on the success of scooter 1 million units sales, the company has launched the MillionR edition. The Jupiter is claimed to return the fuel efficiency of 62kmpl. Whereas, its pricing starts at INR 49,766 ex-showroom, Delhi for the base variant.
Dedicated to target both gender audience, the Jupiter gets a standout feature of an external fuel filler cap that ends up the need of getting down from the vehicle during filling fuel. Its instrument console is upmarket with features like a reserve fuel indicator, pass light switch and eco model indicator. The mobile charger facility is also being offered to charge up your smartphone. Stands on telescopic front forks, the Jupiter propels on 12-inch alloy wheels on both wheels. One of the best scooter in the 110cc segment, the Jupiter rivals with the likes of the Hero Maestro Edge, Yamaha Alpha and the Honda Activa 4G.
Royal Enfield Classic 350 is the most selling cruiser bike from the Chennai based automaker in the Indian market. Its attributes like retro classic styling with modern features along with an affordable price tag made masses crazy to get their hands on this royal ride.
Bolted on a single downtube chassis as a stressed member, the 346cc engine offers to propel power of 19.8bh along with 28Nm of torque. The latest Classic 350 models get a bump of 1.8bhp as against to marginally reduced torque. The powertrain uses a carburettor system as fueling agent unlike its bigger sibling incorporates electronic fuel injection.
The company manages to supply traits like a relaxed and comfortable ride for which the Royal Enfield motorcycles are renowned across the globe. On the design front, the motorcycle did not see any alteration through the equipped traditional 19-inch wheel rims are replaced by the 18-inch wheels. Buyer can opt from the available choices of colours comprising mint, ash, chestnut, lagoon, silver and black and the introductory pricing for the Classic 350 is INR 1.35 lakhs (ex-showroom).