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TVS Jupiter scooter reports 20 lakh unit sales

The all-aluminum, low-friction 110cc engine powered TVS Jupiter reports 2 million units of sales in 4 years of its launch. Launched in 2013, Jupiter scooter has been continually recognized with a range of awards in these 4 years. Back at the start of 2016, TVS Jupiter scooter reached the 1 million sales milestone in a thunderous thirty months.

Aniruddha Haldar, Vice President (Marketing) Commuter Motorcycles, Scooters and Corporate Brand, TVS Motor Company said, “It brings us immense delight to see that TVS Jupiter is surpassing milestone after milestone since its launch. TVS Jupiter has the distinction of being the first scooter to reach this milestone in a short span of 4 years. This milestone is special as we now have 20 lakh happy customers in the TVS Jupiter family. It is occasions like these, which humble us, as well as, inspire us in our endeavour to continue offering superior products and complement them with dedicated customer satisfaction initiatives.”

TVS Jupiter and Wego uses Sync Braking System (SBS) for improved riding experience. Colour choices: Royal Wine, Matte Blue, Stallion Brown, Titanium Grey, Midnight Black, Volcano Red, Pristine White, Jade Green and Mystic Gold.

TVS Jupiter scooter design is styled for road presence, and optimised for ride quality and comfort. TVS Econometer options include ‘Eco Mode’ and ‘Power Mode’. Eco mode is optimised for fuel efficiency. ZX variant features disc brake. Classic Edition is available in sunlit ivory body colour, and features chrome mirrors, decals, stylish windshield, cushioned pillion backrest, USB charger and dual-tone seat. TVS Jupiter Classic Edition is available at a price at Rs. 55,266 (Ex Showroom – Delhi). The new TVS Jupiter Classic TVC features Amitabh Bachchan.

At the Gulf Monsoon Scooter Autocross 2017 held this month, in the 110cc Group C 4 stroke class, Venkatesh Shetty won on a Dio in a time of 03:25:25 seconds in penalties, followed by Bhopal’s Yasir Ishaq (Activa), and Nasir Ahmed (TVS Jupiter).

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