User review on TVS Jupiter written by Subrata(Guest) on 2018-04-06 19:58:00
Overall rating: 4.50
Design (Exterior/Interior)
Design - 4.00
Inside Comfort
Inside Comfort - 5.00
Driving Comfort
Driving Comfort - 5.00
Performance & Safety
Performance & Safety - 4.00

Bike variant reviewed for: TVS Jupiter

Year of Manufacture: 2017 | Driven no. of Kms. : 9000
  • Pros: My experience w/ Jupiter: 4.8 / 5 Why a scooty is better than any 150cc bike: Feb 14 2017 I want to buy a new 2 wheeler, initially I was not convinced with a ‘scooty’ i always loved and used bikes. The idea behind scooty was a vehicle that’s for us - me and my wifey - a gearless, convenient vehicle w/ ample storage space for regular use. After finalising on scooty, I have done research and practically used my friends Activa, Jupiter and Suzuki Access. Trust me Jupiter is the best deal. Why not Activa, my trust and belief in good "Indigenous" products: Jupiter have specs like bigger alloy wheels, fuel tank outside, telescopic shock, helmet locks, bigger and comfortable seat better and customer friendly service, ‘the off-grey color and mobile charging point’ which Activa later followed with 4G veriant ( I loved it when Japanese follows Indians) Performance and Cons: Engine is smooth, pick up is superb, Jupiter having all the pros. Only backlog of a scooty is on highways the speed limit is 83 kmph. I have lot of long drives on weekoffs mumbai-pune, mumbai-matheran, mumbai-alibug, mumbai-mahabaleswar with the Jupiter. It’s awesome. Service / ASS Maintenance: Sai TVS Vashi is too good, very co=operative staffs. A thumbm up for them. Final verdict: Milage: 54.2 kmpl intact even after 1year 2months, I use my Jupiter for daily commute to office about 40 kms in Mumbai. The mileage is better but I have to drive little rush and with heavy traffic - the above^ milage is real life on road numbers. - A happy customer
  • Cons: Only backlog of any scooty is on highways the speed limit is 83 - 85 kmph

Full Review:

If you are planning for anything under 150cc go only for the Jupiter, you wont regret buying an Indian brand, jai hind.