TVS Motors is celebrating the “Fastest Five Million Vehicles On Road” milestone of the TVS Jupiter. As a part of this celebration, the brand has also launched the new TVS Jupiter Classic. The new celebratory edition comes with a host of changes compared to the standard Jupiter.
The company says the TVS Jupiter Classic is a contemporised premium classic. With the TVS Jupiter Classic, the brand commits to the consistent delivery of the Jupiter brand’s promise of ‘Zyada ka fayda’.
2022 TVS Jupiter Classic – Pricing & Colour Options
The new TVS Jupiter Classic will be available in the top-of-the-line spec with disc brakes. The celebratory edition comes with a sticker price of INR 85,866 ex-showroom. The new Jupiter Classic also comes in two new colour options. These are – Mystic Grey and Regal Purple.
2022 TVS Jupiter Classic – What’s New?
The new Jupiter Classic comes with a black theme for its mirrors, fender garnish as well as the 3D premium logo. The new edition also gets a tinted visor. The two exclusive colour options of the new Jupiter Classic also get new graphics. Other highlights include handlebar ends, diamond-cut alloy wheels and rich dark brown inner panels. Furthermore, there are also matching premium suede leatherette seats with a backrest.
Staying true to the philosophy of ‘Zyaada ka Fayda’, it gets a host of features. The new Jupiter Classic comes standard with a disc brake, an engine kill switch, an all-in-one lock, a USB charger, an LED headlight and new speedometer dial art.
2022 TVS Jupiter Classic – Powertrain
Apart from the aesthetic changes and new features, the new Jupiter Classic remains the same mechanically. Thus, it continues to use the next-generation 110cc Eco Thrust Fuel Injection (ETFi) engine. TVS claims the technology offers 15 per cent better fuel efficiency. The engine delivers 7.78 PS of power at 7,500 rpm and 8.8 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm.
The new Jupiter Classic continues to come with TVS Motor patented Econometer. This feature guides the rider in both ‘Eco Mode’ and ‘Power Mode’. Thus, helping riders get the best-in-class fuel efficiency in the ‘Eco Mode’.