13th Sep 2019 1:07 pm
The Jupiter Grande is the primary scooter within the 110cc phase to get Bluetooth connectivity.
TVS has introduced again the Jupiter Grande at Rs 59,900 (ex-showroom, Delhi). For 2019, the scooter will get Bluetooth connectivity, a brand new color scheme and extra. We have been the primary ones to disclose final month that the scooter was quickly going to be reintroduced with extra options.
Not like the older mannequin, the brand new Grande is simply obtainable with a disc brake. Apparently, at Rs 59,900, the Grande prices barely lower than different Jupiter fashions just like the Traditional and ZX Disc. When in comparison with the usual Jupiter although, it comes at a premium of Rs 6,955.
Like we beforehand revealed, the largest replace comes within the type of the up to date digi-analogue instrument cluster, which is now Bluetooth-enabled. Whereas it isn’t as complete because the one of many TVS Ntorq 125, it does function features like name and textual content notifications, an over-speeding alert, amongst different common knowledge, just like the journey and odometer. Customers must obtain the TVS Join app on their iOS or Android gadgets to get the Bluetooth-enabled notifications to work.
One other distinguishing issue on the Grande is the sunshine blue color scheme that’s paired to beige-coloured inside panels. It contains a maroon color seat that will get a cross-stitch sample. The Grande additionally comes geared up with a brand new embossed brand that’s now twin colored. Just like the previous-gen Grande, this one options machine-finished alloy wheels, LED headlight and chrome trim on the rear view mirrors. Nevertheless, the brand new bike does miss out on the chrome parts the older mannequin featured on the apron.
It carries ahead the identical 109.7cc, single-cylinder engine that generates 8hp and eight.4Nm of peak torque. The brand new Grande can also be not a BS6 mannequin both because the transition to it could elevate the price of the scooter, which is not beneficial in such a price-sensitive phase. The inevitable improve is more likely to occur at a later date, nearer to the April 2020 deadline for BS6 norms.