Cashbacks, discounts, attractive EMIs and low down payments are highlights.
The TVS Jupiter has been one of the most direct rivals to the high selling Honda Activa ever since its launch. Jupiter has remained one of the most consistent selling and volume drivers for TVS and has a major share in the 110cc scooter segment. To make sure that its popularity and volumes reach new heights in the festive season, TVS has introduced a couple of offers for the Jupiter, which make it an even more value-for-money option than what it is already.
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What are the offers?
TVS has made the 110cc Jupiter available with a total of three offers, all of which are applicable only if you intend to purchase the scooter through a loan.
TVS has tied up with RBL bank, under which it is offering two different offers for Jupiter if someone purchases the scooter through the finance mode by RBL bank. Customers can either opt for a low 6.99 per cent rate of interest for the course of the loan, or they can select the option of free processing charge commanded by the bank for the loan. Either way, the prospective customer is benefited with a couple of thousands in his/her total amount payable.
Apart from these two offers, there is an additional offer for those who intend to purchase the TVS Jupiter in EMIs through ICICI bank credit and debit cards. In this scheme, the customer can be benefited from a 5 per cent cashback if he/she purchases the scooter in EMIs with the help of a credit or debit card of ICICI bank. The maximum amount of cashback on the scooter is capped at Rs 5,000 by the bank.
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About TVS Jupiter
The TVS Jupiter was launched in India for the first time in 2013, and since then, it has been one of the highest-selling models in the 110cc scooter market. This arch-rival of the Honda Activa has remained more or less similar when it comes to visual appeal, however, TVS has managed to give the scooter timely updates to its feature list.
The TVS Jupiter is available in a total of five different variants. The base variant comes with steel wheels, while the Standard variant positioned above it gets 12-inch black alloy wheels and LED headlamps in addition. The more premium ZX and ZX front disc variants get additional features like part-digital instrument console, contrast coloured inner apron and multi-functional ignition keyhole. The range-topping Classic variant gets retro-looking elements like rounded chrome rearview mirrors, a transparent windshield above the headlamp and a small pillion backrest.
Powering the TVS Jupiter is a refined and reliable four-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 109.7cc engine. This engine makes maximum power output of 7.8 bhp @ 7,500 rpm and a maximum torque output of 8.8 Nm @ 5,500 rpm. The TVS Jupiter was the first scooter in the 110cc segment to get external fuel filler, telescopic forks at the front and 12-inch wheels with tubeless tyres at both ends.