TVS Jupiter 110

TVS Jupiter 110


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Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 77,458
* Delhi. May vary.


Our take on this /// Verdict

TVS Jupiter 110 is one of the best scooters available in the market. Good build quality, decent features list, as well as wide and comfortable seat and footboard makes it a very good choice in the 110 cc scooter segment. One of the main features, is that it provides a large underseat storage space.


The 2023 TVS Jupiter 110 price is Rs 77,458 in India(ex-showroom). Available in different color options Matte Blue, Pristine White, Volcano Red, Titanium Grey, Midnight Black, Mystic Gold, Walnut Brown, Matte Silver.

2024 TVS Jupiter 110 on road price is Rs 89,154 in Delhi, Rs 92,175 in Mumbai, Rs 90,238 in Kolkata and Rs 91,400 in Chennai. The prices mentioned here are approximate and we suggest you contact your nearest TVS dealership to get the exact on-road price quote in your city.
Latest Updates
Wednesday, 20 September 2023 09:59 AM

TVS Motor Company has updated the prices of its products in the Indian market and this revision affects the company’s scooters, the Jupiter 110 and Jupiter 125. Post this latest price increase, the Jupiter 110 is available from Rs 68,571 while the Jupiter 125 is listed from Rs 78,175 onwards. These prices are effective from April 2022.

Colour Options and Price in India
Scooter Variant 2024 TVS Jupiter 110 (New Model)
Availability Status in India Available
2-Wheeler Type Scooter
Latest Price in India 2024 TVS Jupiter 110 price is Rs 77,458 (ex-showroom).
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Matte Blue, Pristine White, Volcano Red, Titanium Grey, Midnight Black, Mystic Gold, Walnut Brown, Matte Silver
Official Tagline Zyada Ka Fayda
On Road Price 2024 TVS Jupiter 110 on road price is Rs 89,154 in Delhi, Rs 92,175 in Mumbai, Rs 90,238 in Kolkata and Rs 91,400 in Chennai. The prices mentioned here are approximate and we suggest you contact your nearest TVS dealership to get the exact on-road price quote in your city.
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Build Quality
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Engine Details 109.7cc, Single Cylinder, 4-Stroke, CVTi
Fuel System Fuel Injection
Cooling Air Cooled
Engine cc (Displacement) 109.7 cc
Maximum Power 7.37 HP @ 7000 rpm
Maximum Torque 8.4 Nm @ 5500 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Emission Norms BS6-Compliant
Ignition ECU Controlled ignition
Bore 53.5 mm
Stroke 48.8 mm
Air Filter Type Viscous Paper Filter
Number of Gears CVT
Gearbox Type Automatic
Mileage TVS Jupiter 110 mileage is 50 kmpl (approximate).
Performance In terms of performance, the 110cc scooter can accelerate from 0-60 kmph in around 9 seconds.
Top Speed TVS Jupiter top speed is 85 kmph (approximate)
Front Brake 130mm Drum Brake
Rear Brake 130mm Drum Brake
Front Tyre 90/90-12 54 J
Rear Tyre 90/90-12 54 J
Front Wheel 12-inch
Rear Wheel 12-inch
Front Tyre Pressure 24 psi
Rear Tyre Pressure 28 psi
Wheel Type Alloy Wheels
Tubeless Tyres
0-60 kmph 9 secs
Braking System SBT (Synchronized Braking Technology)
Key Features Premium 3D Emblem, Eco Thrust Fuel injection (ETFi), Power & ECO Modes, Intelligent Ignition System, E-Z Centre Stand, Mobile Charger Provision, Front Utility Box, Dual-Side Lock, Large Under Seat Storage, Retractable Bag Hooks, Malfunction Indicator Lamps, Parking Brake.
Ride Modes Power & Eco Modes
Similar Bikes Honda Activa 6G, TVS Zest 110, Hero Pleasure+ 110, Suzuki Access, Yamaha Fascino, Hero Maestro Edge
Front Suspension Telescopic Hydraulic
Rear Suspension 3-Step Adjustable Type Coil Spring with Hydraulic Damper
Frame (Chassis) High Rigidity Underbone Type
Overall Length 1834 mm
Overall Width 650 mm
Overall Height 1115 mm
Ground Clearance 150 mm
Seat Height 765 mm
Wheelbase 1275 mm
Kerb Weight 107 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 5 litres
Under-seat Storage 21 litres
Turning Circle 1910 mm
Inner Leg Curve 375 mm
Speedometer Analogue
Odometer Analogue
Fuel Gauge Analogue
Malfunction Indicator
Economy Riding Indicator
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 4Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light LED
Tail Light Halogen
Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Mobile Charging Socket
Pillion Grabrail
Miscellaneous Information
Ex Showroom Price vs On Road Price Ex-Showroom Price is the Manufacturing Cost of the vehicle + Dealer/Seller Profit + GST (Goods and Service Tax) + Transportation Charges (from the manufacturing plant to the dealership). On the other hand, the On-Road Price is the actual cost you pay to the dealership to make the vehicle legal to run on the roads. It includes Ex-Showroom Price in your city + RTO Charges (Vehicle Registration) + One Time Road Tax + Insurance Charges. The On-Road Price also includes some optional things like if you opt for Genuine Accessories and Extended Warranty while buying a vehicle. Please note that the On-Road Price varies a lot across different states in India due to different percentage for the State Registration Charges.

TVS Jupiter 110 Review

14 Dec, 2022 10:09 AM

Detailed Review by Maxabout Team


The scooter market in India has evolved significantly in recent years. When Jupiter was first introduced in 2013, it was considered a premium scooter. It now competes in the affordable 110cc segment, while its larger sibling, the Ntorq, competes in the premium 125cc segment. Despite the growing popularity of the Ntorq and the 125cc category, Jupiter's mass-market appeal keeps it atop TVS' sales chart. A few months ago, TVS updated the popular scooter to BS6-spec.

The TVS Jupiter is one of the most popular scooters in the Indian market and a major competitor to the Honda Activa. The Jupiter had a refined engine, a comfortable ride, and a commendable fuel economy, and TVS has improved the product even more in its latest iteration. During the BS6 transition, the 110cc scooter from the Hosur-based two-wheeler brand received a major mechanical upgrade and a few cosmetic changes.

TVS Jupiter 110 Design and Style

The styling cues are almost identical to those of the BS4 model. The only difference is that the LED headlight has replaced the traditional halogen bulb on the TVS Jupiter. The taillight is also an LED unit. The alloy wheels, metal body, saddle, and pillion grabrail are all identical to the BS4 model, as is the styling.

The straightforward design, combined with the addition of an LED headlight, will appeal to potential buyers looking for a family scooter. The subtle styling works in its favour, and the large colour palette gives buyers more options.

2023 TVS Jupiter 110 is available in eight different colours: Matte Blue, Mystic Gold, Titanium Grey, Matte Silver, Midnight Black, Volcano Red, Pristine White, and Walnut Brown. The ZX and Classic editions have more paint options and a beige footboard region.

TVS Jupiter 110 Engine and Gearbox

The Ecothrust Fuel injection (ET-Fi) technology was added to the 110cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine as part of the BS6 upgrade. The updated motor generates 7.37 HP and 8.4 Nm of torque, compared to 7.8 HP and 8 Nm on the BS4 model.

The fuel injection system makes for easy starts in the morning. The scooter accelerates quickly off the line and has a nice, linear acceleration curve from 20 km/h to 60 km/h. With a little more throttle, Jupiter can easily keep up with highway traffic, albeit with some noticeable strain on the engine above 70 km/h.

The refinement levels are commendable, with no discernible vibrations at speeds less than 50 km/h. Even after 50 km/h, vibrations are mostly limited to the footboard, and they only become noticeable after 65 to 70 km/h.

TVS Jupiter 110 Suspension, Brakes and Tyres

The scooter only has a drum brake setup. The hardware is competitive, and it performs well in terms of speed. The CBS technology, also known as the Sync Braking System by TVS, improves safety by distributing braking force across both wheels. While the anchoring setup is adequate for the overall package, a front disc brake would have improved the ride experience.

The ride is comfortable without being overly soft. The suspension setup, which consists of telescopic forks at the front and a preload-adjustable spring at the rear, works flawlessly on city roads. Jupiter glides over most undulations and small potholes with ease. Long-distance comfort is excellent, and we didn't notice any discomfort until the final leg of our 200-kilometre ride.

We did drive some of those miles on city streets, and Jupiter easily navigated slow-moving and bumper-to-bumper traffic. The small turning radius simplifies the filtering process even more.

The rider's triangle is upright, and there is enough space on the footboard for the feet to rest comfortably. There is enough legroom at 5'10" to sit comfortably without bumping knees into the keyhole or the cubby hole.

Key Features of TVS Jupiter 110

The cockpit receives a minor update with the addition of a malfunction light to alert the rider to any problems with the scooter. Another difference is the keyhole on the scooter, which appears to be a step down from the BS4 model. The setup omits the metal cover, which provided additional theft protection for the scooter. The BS6 model has a simpler layout. TVS chose not to include a multifunction keyhole design, which is available on the Honda Activa 6G. Instead, the keyhole for accessing the under-seat storage and the external fuel filler cap is on the vehicle's side.

The back of the apron has a cubby hole for storing a bottle of water, sunglasses, or even a phone while it is plugged into the USB charger. Because the cubby hole lacks a cover, it provides no rain protection. On the BS4 model, TVS included a USB charger in the under-seat compartment, but on the BS6 model, that space is now occupied by an On-board Diagnostic port.

The under-seat storage space is significantly larger than before. The Jupiter BS6-compliant has a storage capacity of 21 litres. It easily accommodated a small backpack during the ride. TVS has also increased fuel capacity, and the Jupiter BS6 now has a six-litre tank.

Even at highway speeds, the overall build quality feels solid, and no panels make rattling noises. The switches function flawlessly, as does the seat opening and closing mechanism. But there are a few issues with the scooter in some cases. When inserting or removing the key did not work as smoothly. Also, the operation of the speedometer needle was not smooth, and it was constantly quivering in the lower speed zones. But these are most likely isolated incidents.


2023 TVS Jupiter has always been one of the most appealing options in the segment, and the BS6 version enhances the overall package even more. With the exception of a few isolated incidents on the media vehicle, the build quality is commendable, and the updated engine complements the overall package. The larger fuel tank and under-seat storage of 21 litres make it more practical than ever.

On the negative side, the performance of the headlights might be dissatisfactory. While the light illuminates the path adequately, its range is limited, which can be an issue when riding at higher-than-usual speeds. Also, an optional front disc brake would have enhanced the overall ride experience.

Nonetheless, the new Jupiter BS6 makes a compelling case for itself. It's an excellent choice for those seeking an alternative to the Honda Activa 6G. It's smooth, comfortable, and simple to ride. The pricing is also appealing, with the base variant of the Jupiter BS6 starting at Rs 69,990.

Questions and Answers

Most Popular Answers for TVS Jupiter 110
What is the mileage of TVS Jupiter 125 vs TVS Jupiter 110?
20 September 2023 10:41

TVS Jupiter 110 mileage is 50 kmpl (approximate). TVS Jupiter 110 mileage is 50 kmpl (approximate). TVS Jupiter 125 mileage is 42 kmpl (approximate). In terms of performance, the 110cc scooter can accelerate from 0-60 kmph in around 9 seconds.

What is the engine capacity of the TVS Jupiter 110?
20 September 2023 10:37

The TVS Jupiter 110 is equipped with a 109.7cc single-cylinder engine, known for providing a good balance of power and fuel efficiency.

What are the standout features of the TVS Jupiter 110?
20 September 2023 10:35

The TVS Jupiter 110 comes with notable features such as 'Econometer' to indicate fuel efficiency, external fuel fill, LED headlamp, telescopic front suspension for better comfort, and ample storage space.

Is the TVS Jupiter 110 suitable for city commuting?
20 September 2023 10:34

Yes, the TVS Jupiter 110 is well-suited for city commuting. Its comfortable seating, powerful engine, make it a good choice for riding.

Which one is better TVS Jupiter 110 or 125?
20 September 2023 10:19

The TVS Jupiter 125 gets a brand new 124.8cc engine that produces 8.15 Ps of power and 10.5 Nm of torque. On the other hand, the TVS Jupiter 110 produces 7.88 Ps of power and 8.8 Nm of torque. The new Jupiter 125 s engine has a strong low and mid-range performance and has a better throttle response.

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Great option for those looking for a reliable, powerful, and economical scooter

Sachin Sharma | One year ago
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The TVS Jupiter 125 is a great option for those looking for a reliable, powerful, and economical scooter. It comes with a powerful 125cc engine, which is capable of delivering a decent performance. The scooter has a fuel-efficient engine and is equipped with the brand’s patented Integrated Streptor technology. This technology helps to deliver a smooth and efficient ride. The scooter also features a telescopic suspension setup, which is quite responsive and helps to absorb most of the bumps on the road. The TVS Jupiter 125 also gets a host of other features including an LED headlamp, a digital speedometer, and a USB charging port. 

It also gets a side-stand engine kill switch and a dual-tone beep to alert the rider when the scooter is in motion. The scooter is available in several attractive colors and is quite affordable compared to its competitors. All in all, the TVS Jupiter 125 is a great option for those looking for a reliable, powerful, and economical scooter.

Value For Money
Customer Service

Waste of Money

Sandeep baviskar | One year ago
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Two years since purchasing Jupiter ZX but till the authorized workshop & service engineer is not solve the problem of vibration over 35 kmph speed. Nobody care in the workshop & customer care call center also says our technical cell will discuss with you but no one can discuss the customer.

Best Features: Looks Good

Pros: Looks is Good

Cons: Above 35 kmph speed rubbing sound is coming since vehicle purchase nobody can solve in work shop they say it will automatically stop after running more.

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Lovely Scooter

Ajesh C | 3 years ago
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Mileage, easy to ride, nice in rainy season and muddy roads. Got 53 kms mileage before first service. 60 kms mileage after first service.

Best Features: Milage, easy to ride, nice in rainy season and muddy roads

Pros: Milage, easy to ride, nice in rainy season and muddy roads

Cons: No free helmet and body cover

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Complaint regarding the petrol pipe

prakash ravak | 5 years ago
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It comes out of the carburettor and can spill petrol anytime.

Best Features: Design

Pros: Features

Cons: Petrol Pipe Problem

Value For Money
Customer Service

Perfect scooter for city drive

Krishna Kumar | 3 years ago
helpful 3

Your scooter will feel better if you let it warm up for 30 seconds before driving in the morning.

Best Features: Good mileage, external fuel tank, gas charged rear suspension

Pros: Mileage, top speed, and engine refinement

Cons: Build quality of front section

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TVS Jupiter 110 Comments

User Comments
Nishant Singh
8 years ago

TVS Jupiter is a very good scooter but the service of TRIJAL Motors at Marathalli, Bangalore is of worst quality, they are very good at swindling money for non existent changes and charge at a higher price compared to the market rate. Never buy from them.

Harinder singh
8 years ago

Jupiter is best forfor family

10 years ago

Jupiter is nice for family

10 years ago

Jupiter is excellent lot of features look like Honda activa

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