BharathAutos readers already know in detail about the TVS Jupiter MillionR Edition. Now the TVS Motor Company has officially launched the Jupiter MillionR priced at Rs 53,034 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
To celebrate the sale of one million units of the Jupiter in a span of two and a half years, the company has launched a special edition of the scooter, the Jupiter MillionR Edition. These extra bits will cost Rs 4,225 more than the standard Jupiter and Rs 2,202 higher than the ZX variant. The new variant has already reached some dealerships and deliveries too have commenced.
The 10 additional new features on the Jupiter MillionR Edition include:
- New Royal Wine paint scheme
- Front disc brake
- MillionR edition emblem
- Dual tone seats
- Beige panels
- Chrome mirrors
- Beige floor mat
- Chrome side panel
- Mobile charger
- MillionR keyring
TVS Motor Company has already stated that the Jupiter MillionR Edition will be on-sale for 3-4 months from now. If this special edition gets an impressive response, the company might add the Jupiter MillionR Edition as a third variant in its line-up, sitting above the standard and the ZX variants.
Speaking on the new launch, Aniruddha Haldar, VP Marketing, TVS Motor Company, commented –
“We are deeply humbled and grateful for the outstanding response that the TVS Jupiter has garnered in such a short time. 10 lakh families have reposed faith in Jupiter. It is only fitting that this milestone be celebrated in the same manner. This gave birth to the MillionR edition, with 10 new features, a tribute to each of our 10 lakh happy customers. We wish to acknowledge our gratitude for the love and trust bestowed on us by our customers.”
Refresher: TVS Jupiter is powered by an 110cc, single cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled Ecothrust engine that develops 8 BHP at 7500 RPM and 8 Nm of torque at 5,500 RPM. The scooter comes with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) and telescopic front suspension. The Jupiter claims a mileage of 62 KMPL and has a top speed around 85 KMPH. It takes 7.2 seconds to do a sprint from 0-60kmph in standard conditions.
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