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TVS Jupiter MillionR Edition launched with disc brake, 10 new features

TVS Jupiter MillionR Edition in a brilliant purple color has been launched at select dealerships. This limited edition scooter has been launched by TVS to celebrate the success of Jupiter in India. Launched in September 2013, sales of Jupiter have crossed the 1 million mark.

Apart from a new colour option, TVS Jupiter MillionR Edition gets a front disk brake variant a ‘MillionR Edition’ badge on both front apron and side panels and a chrome 3D Jupiter logo on the side rear.

TVS Jupiter MillionR Edition gets a purple body color, Dura Cool dual tone seats, and beige floor board. It also gets chrome finish on side panels and wing mirrors. It also gets a new indicator showing brake fluid level of the front disc brake. Another interesting feature is a mobile phone charging port.

Other features, which are also on offer with standard Jupiter, include electric start, pass by switch, key shutter lock, twin pilot lamps, LED tail lamps, stainless steel muffler cover and dual side handle lock. It also gets external fuel fill, retractable bag hooks and mobile charger besides low fuel indicator.

Jupiter MillionR Edition is powered by a 110cc single cylinder engine capable of 8 bhp power at 7,500 rpm and 8 Nm torque at 5,500 rpm mated to a CVT transmission. Acceleration from 0 to 100 kmph is achieved in 11.2 seconds while fuel efficiency stands at 62 kmpl. Choice between Eco and Power model will allow better efficiency and enhanced performance.

TVS Jupiter MillioR Edition gets 220mm disc brakes in the front which is up from the 130mm drum brakes seen on its current counterpart. Telescopic suspension in the front and gas filled suspension at the rear are also part of the features offered with the MillionR Edition. However with the inclusion of disc brakes, pricing will be up INR 2,000 more than the regular model which is available in India at prices ranging from INR. 49,034 – 51,057 (ex-Delhi).



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