The company is yet to reveal the technical details of the upcoming two-wheeler, but it is expected that the scooter will have the same engine and platform as the current NTorq 125.
TVS Motor Company is preparing to launch its new 125 cc scooter in the Indian market on 7 October (Thursday). While the company is yet to reveal the name of its upcoming product, previous spy shots suggest that it will be the Jupiter 125 scooter itself.
The Hosur-based automaker has also teased the scooter a few days back. The teaser image shows the use of LED DRLs that can be mounted on the front apron of the two-wheeler. The company is yet to reveal the technical details of the upcoming two-wheeler, but it is expected that the scooter will have the same engine and platform as the current NTorq 125. Apart from this, the company can give a new mechanical setup to its big Jupiter, but its official details have not been revealed yet.
With the launch of Jupiter 125, the company will aim to consolidate its position in the 125 cc segment, which is becoming quite popular in the country. TVS Motor has also recently announced the launch of its new Raider 125 motorcycle in India, which is yet another product that shows the company’s serious intentions towards this segment.
Needless to say, the company will equip the new Jupiter 125 with many features to keep it at par with the segment’s competitors. Information about upcoming features is also well hidden.
What will be the price of the new Jupiter 125 scooter
The 2021 Jupiter 125 will come out as a direct competitor to the Honda Activa 125 and the Suzuki Access 125. When launched, it is likely to be placed in the Rs 75,000 to Rs 81,000 bracket (ex-showroom).
TVS sales increased in September
TVS Motor Company said that its total sales in September increased by 6 percent to 3,47,156 units. TVS Motor Company said in the information given to the stock market that the company had sold a total of 3,27,692 vehicles in the same month last year. Last month, total two-wheeler sales increased by 6 percent to 3,32,511 units, as against 3,13,332 units sold in September 2020. The company said that domestic two-wheeler sales stood at 2,44,084 units last month as against 2,41,762 units in the same month a year ago.
Last month, total exports grew by 20 per cent to 1,02,259 units as against 85,163 units in September 2020. Two-wheeler exports last month grew by 24 per cent to 88,427 units as against 71,570 units in the same month a year ago.
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