TVS Motor Company has added a new member to its Jupiter scooter in Indian lineup. It is a top-spec variant christened as the Grande Edition. The company is asking for INR 55,936 for drum brake option while one has to shell out the amount of INR 59,648 to retail the disc brake version. Both the ex-showroom prices are applicable at authorized Delhi dealerships.
The styling of the Grande is similar to the standard Jupiter. The scooter comes featured with trendy features such as an LED headlight, semi-digital instrument cluster and unique- diamond-cut alloy wheels for the disc brake variant as standard. While the quilt-like finish seat and beige-coloured inner panels are new on the scooter.
The Grande Jupiter gets an adjustable monoshock at the rear, though, the front unit is a traditional telescopic fork offered with the standard scooter. Whereas, it will be offered in a special colour option of ‘Starlight Blue’
In its latest avatar, TVS Jupiter Grande Edition witnessed the addition of a few new features along with refreshed aesthetics, which are as follows;
-Full-LED headlamp with LED DRL
-Semi-Digital Instrument Cluster
-New Colour Scheme with Contrast Seat
At the Grande Variant launch, Aniruddha Haldar, vice president (marketing) – commuter motorcycles, scooters & corporate brand, TVS Motor Company, said, “The TVS Jupiter Grande is the latest in the series of annual special editions that TVS Jupiter brings for its customers. It gets grand features like LED tech headlamp, adjustable shocks, digital-analogue speedometer, diamond-cut alloy wheels and the striking Starlight Blue colour.”
The major highlights of the scooter include an external fuel filler cap, under seat USB charging port, pass light and parking brakes carry forwarded from the standard model. While the propelling power continues to be supplied via a single-cylinder engine unit with a displacement of 109.7cc. Mated to a CVT transmission, the mill is rated for 8hp and 8Nm of peak torque. In its segment, the model will take fight with Hero Maestro Edge, the Honda Activa 5G and the Yamaha Ray-Z.