2020 TVS Jupiter BS6 Launched at 68K; Gets Fuel Injection

The top of the line Jupiter Classic is still offered with drum brakes...

2020 Jupiter BS6 price increase is over 13 percent but with the advantage of fuel injection, TVS claims performance gain and 15 percent hike in fuel efficiency…

After introducing the Apache 4V twins yesterday, TVS has announced the official launch of its largest selling scooter Jupiter with Bharat Stage VI compliance. It is the ‘Classic’ version that has been upgraded first. Others will follow soon.

2020 Jupiter gets fuel injection which makes it BS6 compliant. TVS has also informed that it has developed two types of fuel injections – RT-Fi (which stands for Race Tuned fuel injection) and ET-Fi (short for Ecothrust fuel injection). The RT-Fi, as its name suggests, is for its performance motorcycles whereas the commuter motorcycles and scooters, like the Jupiter, will be equipped with ET-Fi.

Though the engine is likely to remain the same 109.7cc air-cooled unit, TVS has not shared its power and torque figures with us. For reference, the current BS4 version produces 5.88 kw (8 PS) of peak power at 7500 rpm and 8.4 Nm of max torque at 5500 rpm. However, TVS has specified that the new Jupiter will offer enhanced performance, smoothness and a significant 15 percent hike in fuel efficiency.

Jupiter BS6 price

2020 Jupiter BS6 Price

Jupiter Classic BS4Rs 59,990
New Jupiter Classic BS6Rs 67,991

*prices ex-showroom in Delhi

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As you can see, the price hike is Rs 8001 or about 13 percent as compared to the existing BS4 version which is equipped with a carburettor. Also, to note the new Jupiter costs almost the same as Activa 125 BS6’s entry drum variant.

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The 2020 Jupiter is also now being offered in a new Indiblue colour shade apart from the existing Sunlit Ivory and Autumn Brown. It also features front USB charger, tinted visor as well as a mobile holder.

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