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If rumour-mill is to be believed, TVS is working on a new 125 cc Jupiter scooter in India and some spy shots of a completely camouflaged scooter have surfaced recently. It is expected that the upcoming scooter from TVS is likely to be the Jupiter 125 and might be powered by a new 125 cc single-cylinder fuel-injected engine. TVS, however, has not yet confirmed anything about the scooter. The new engine is expected to produce more power at around 8.5 hp than the current 110 cc unit’s output of 8 hp. The automatic CVT transmission is expected to remain the same as in the present model.
Similar to the 110 cc version, the Jupiter 125 in its top-version could come with features such as alloy wheels and front disc brakes along with some other minor changes. The new TVS Jupiter 125 is also likely to get a telescopic suspension at the front and gas charged monoshock at the rear, similar to the ongoing model. However, the company might calibrate the suspension setup for better handling and performance.
The 110 cc TVS Jupiter is priced between Rs 50,051 and Rs 54,651, ex-showroom, Delhi and prices of the new Jupiter 125 are expected to start from Rs 58,000. When launched, it will compete with the likes of the Honda Activa 125, Suzuki Access 125, Mahindra Gusto 125 and other 125 cc scooters in the segment.
Recently, TVS also introduced a new Classic Edition of the Jupiter in the country that features retro styling. The scooter features a front windscreen, chrome finished round rear view mirrors, chrome finished pillion grab rail with backrest and dual tone seat with stitching details. It is powered by the same 110 cc engine as the standard model and the TVS Jupiter Classic Edition is priced at Rs 55,551, ex-showroom, Delhi.
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