TVS Jupiter 125: Road Test Review

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TVS Jupiter 125: Road Test Review

Storage space is something that gives scooters an edge over motorcycles. And I must say that TVS nailed it in this area with the Jupiter 125. It can carry a lot of your stuff on the foot end, in the front pocket and under the seat. Speaking of under-seat storage, the Jupiter 125 has a 33-litre boot, the largest of any scooter in India.

TVS Jupiter 125 Storage space under the seat

Under the saddle we could easily store my well-stocked backpack, my riding jacket, my gloves, a water bottle, with some room left for small things. TVS claims it can accommodate two full-face helmets. But mind you, these must be locally manufactured, small helmets. If you try to accommodate a full-fledged imported helmet, the seat simply refuses to close.

The foot end is also generously spacious. Even if your feet rest comfortably on it, you have enough space to store many things, such as a large bag of groceries. And for hanging these bags there are two retractable hooks on the front. It doesn’t stop there. You have access to a booth at the front that can hold a one liter water bottle along with a smartphone.

TVS Jupiter 125 Instrument Cluster

It’s 2021 and things like a fully digital instrument panel have become the norm. We see an LCD console with Bluetooth on many scooters, especially in the 125cc segment. And we think this feature should have been included in the Jupiter 125 as well, at least as an option.

That said, the small LCD screen in the cockpit of the Jupiter 125 shows all the important data. You can switch between things like distance to empty, average and immediate fuel consumption, the low fuel indicator and other basic information. You can also see if you are driving in economy or power mode, along with many other tell-tales.

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