2017 TVS Jupiter Classic Edition

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Planning to buy the all-new TVS Jupiter Classic Edition this ‘Diwali’? Here is everything you wanted to know about this latest gearless scooter.

India’s leading gearless scooter maker – TVS Motors is all set for the ‘Diwali Season’, which is one of the best times to convert stock into profits. The company has recently launched an all-new Classic Edition of its successful gearless scooter – TVS Jupiter. The all-new Jupiter Classic Edition has been added with various new features, which according to TVS belong to the 21st Century. Available with a new and attractive color option, the latest TVS Jupiter has already reached TVS dealerships across the country.

Aniruddha Haldar, Vice President, TVS Motor Company quoted, “Timelessness is the true hall mark of a Classic. Unchanging and yet always contemporary that’s how we have always seen our offering of TVS Jupiter to our consumers. And continuing its promise of ‘ZYADA KA FAYDA’, we celebrate timeless value in celebrating Classic, the all new TVS Jupiter Classic Edition. Its unique features cover style, practicality, and value, like the pillion back rest or the stylish windshield. Millions of consumers have and continue to repose their faith in TVS Jupiter; this gives us great confidence.”

The Classic Edition isn’t going to cost you a bomb. The 2017 Classic Edition TVS Jupiter price tag reads Rs.55, 266 (Ex-Showroom, New Delhi). At its price tag, the all-new Edition of this gearless scooter does its job brilliantly. Let’s have a close look to understand what the new edition Jupiter has to offer.

2017 TVS Jupiter Classic Edition

Design & Styling Features

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On the first look itself, the 2017 TVS Jupiter Classic Edition won’t look like the regular Jupiter variant. The minor changes and additions here and there justify the ‘Classic’ tag for this gearless scooter. The round shaped full chrome mirrors, glass visor, classy body graphics, classy chrome pillion handle with cushioned backrest, premium dual-tone seat with stitching, classic designed analogue meter are some of the latest additions, which TVS has named as Classic Features.

The smart USB charger featured on this gearless scooter is a blessing for smartphone owners. The new Sunlit Ivory body color looks superb on the Classic Edition. It is available with total 10 color options, which include Titanium Grey, Mercury White, Midnight Black, Volcano Red, Sparkling Silver, Royal Wine, Matte Blue, Stallion Brown, Jade Green and Mystic Gold.

Overall, the all-new TVS Jupiter with ‘Classic Edition’ decals and new cosmetic updates look classy, sporty and attractive. It would easily attract a lot of young buyers towards itself, all thanks to the classy yet bold new avatar.


The 2017 TVS Jupiter Classic Edition is powered by a next generation 110cc 4 Stroke, Single Cylinder, Air Cooled, OHC engine that produces 5.88kw (8 bhp) of maximum power at 7500rpm. It also produces 8.4NM of maximum torque at 5500rpm. It gets Digital IDI with ignition Map Technology. This engine is capable to deliver a sporty performance without any hassle.


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The TVS Jupiter Classic Edition features Sync Braking System (SBS), which according to TVS gives a great confidence to the riders. On the front, the Classic Edition sports 220mm disc brake, and on the rear, there is 130mm drum brake.


Front Suspension – Advanced Telescopic Suspension

Rear Suspension – Gas Charged Monoshock

Wheelbase – 1275mm

Ground Clearance – 150mm

Dimensions (l x b x h) – 1834 x 650 x 1115 mm

Eco Mode & Power Mode

The 2017 TVS Jupiter Classic Edition features TVS patented Econometer with two modes – Eco & Power. The Eco Mode promises a better fuel mileage, while the Power Mode promises an amazing power-packed performance.

Fuel Mileage

The 2017 TVS Jupiter Classic Edition promises a fuel mileage of 62kmpl, which according to TVS is best-in-class.


The 2017 TVS Jupiter Classic Edition is priced at Rs.55, 266 (Ex-Showroom, New Delhi).

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