TVS Jupiter 110 Feature Review - BikeBD
In Bangladesh every day traffic jam hampered work time. In a research it shows that 32 hours wastes in traffic jam. So people needs to get on time in their work place. Day by day motorcycles are more and more important to the city people. Because its easy and reliable also. But not only motorcycles scooters also getting much popularity. Man or woman everybody likes a scooter. Because its low maintenance and fuel efficient also. So we are coming with a scooter feature review. Today we are going to present you TVS Jupiter 110 Feature Review.
TVS is a Indian motorcycle brand which is very much popular in India and Bangladesh. They are popular with their TVS Apache RTR series. Recently they launched 160cc 4V in india. We expecting that they will launched it in Bangladesh very soon.
TVS Jupiter 110 Feature Review – Engine
TVS Jupiter is a 110cc segmented scooter. The engine displacement is 109.7cc. TVS Jupiter has a Single Cylinder, four stroke OHC engine. The engine produce 10.69 BHP @ 7500 rpm and 8 NM torque @ 5500 rpm. Which is one of the very powerful scooter on this segment. The Bore and stroke is 54mm*49mm. Fuel system is carburetor.
With this kind of engine this scooter is giving you a much power and torque for the ride. But in this segment its one of the scooter that rev your heart.
TVS Jupiter 110 Feature Review – Design, Style & Looks
When you look at this scooter maybe you think that its quit simple. Not a pretty much aggressive but its scooter also have to looking simple. If you going for the style and looks you will not buy this scooter. Because it’s a simple design and outlooks is not pretty much at highly design. Its only purpose that make it simple ride to daily commuting. In front its it has a very sleek design.
From front to tail its completely design simple way. There is not so much curves and simple colour finishing. Body panel are good and chassis high rigidity under-bone type. It’s a scooter with perfect balance and simplistic design.
TVS Jupiter 110 Feature Review – Brakes, Suspension & Tyres
Now a days every motorcycles brand trying to give the best brakes, suspension and tyres. Many companies depend on disc brake on bikes and scooter. But in TVS Jupiter they use drum brake. In front and rear both are drum brake. TVS use 130mm drum brakes in both front and rear. But other companies that their trying and giving disc brake. So TVS have to think about this. But with this price range its good enough.
In tyres TVS giving both 90/90-12 tyres in front and rear. Both tyres are tubeless tyres. Wheels are alloy wheels. The size of the wheel is 12 inch both front and rear.When it comes to suspension TVS use regular suspension in front. The telescopic front suspension and the rear one is gas charged mono-shock. These both suspension gives you the better feedback on the road.
TVS Jupiter 110 Feature Review – Features
In the features TVS Jupiter 110 has full console dashboard. It has a integrated pass switch. The instrument cluster provide detailed information including trip meter, econometer, fuel indicator, pass light and speedometer.
Between handelbars and seat there is a gap. Its not big, neither gives a big value addition but TVS tried to gives the best efforts. Under the seats there is big storage. Approximately you can keep 17 liters of storage in it. Starting system is electric.
In headlamp they use halogen and tail lights LED lamp surrounded by shaped clear lens indicators. There is log and big seats which is comfortable for two person. Fuel tank is 5 liters and gives a 62 kmpl mileage. In back there is a grab rail which is big and utilitarian. The kerb weight of the scooter is 108 kg.
So this is all about the TVS Jupiter 110 feature review. If you wants a sleek and bulky design scooter then TVS Jupiter will give you everything. The best part is the mileage of this scooter. This is all for today keep visiting our web site to learn more. Thank you all. For further updates keep visiting our website and subscribe to our BikeBD Youtube channel, and also eye on our BikeBD Facebook Fanpage.
Published by Ashik Mahmud