TVS Jupiter Review

The TVS Jupiter is a 109 cc scooter manufactured by TVS, a renowned two-wheeler and three-wheeler manufacturing company. The scooter was introduced in the year 2013, and the through this scooter, the company entered into the “male segment” scooter.

The scooter features two big indicators in the body and the headlight is placed on the zone of the handle. Also, the taillight is placed inside a big housing and the rear sidelights too are placed inside a big housing. The under-seat store is also large for more storing space. Further, the fuel tank’s mouth is also kept outside instead of keeping it under the seat which keeps passenger free from tension of getting of the scooter to fill up the fuel.

Also, the scooter is possesses height and length of 1115 mm and 1834 mm respectively. The scooter is also 650 mm wide and the weight of the scooter is 108 kg. Besides, the front wheel maintains the gap of 1275 mm from the rear wheel and the lower part of the bike is 150 mm far from the ground.

Moreover, TVS has powered the scooter with 4 Stroke, single cylinder, air cooled, OHC 109 cc engine which is capable of producing maximum power and maximum torque of 7.8 bhp and 8 Nm respectively. The particular engine can be started from either kick or electrically.

In Nepal, Jagadamba Motors has been importing Jupiter and also has been looking after its sales and service.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 1,72,900


 Body Type



 108 kg


 1834 mm


 1115 mm
 650 mm


 1275 mm

 Ground Clearance

 150 mm




 5 liters

 Engine Type

 4 Stroke, Single Cylinder, Air Cooled, OHC

 Maximum Power

 7.8 bhp

 Maximum Torque

 8 Nm


 109 cc

 Box X Stroke

 54 x 59 mm

 Starting System

 Electric / Kick

 Final Drive




 Front Suspension

 Advance Telescopic Suspension

 Rear Suspension

 Unit Swing with Spring Loaded Hydraulic and Gas Fi

 Front Tyre


Rear Tyre




 Front Brake


 Rear Brake






 No. of Gears





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