TVS Jupiter Features:
The Jupiter ZX disc now comes with TVS intelliGo technology, which turns off the engine while idling for a long time in traffic. A gentle twist of the throttle turns the engine back on. This feature helps in improving the scooter’s mileage as well as reducing the emissions on traffic-riddled roads.
The scooter also comes with an all-in-one ignition key slot for extra convenience. The Jupiter BS6 now comes equipped with an LED headlight as compared to the previous halogen unit. Since it’s fuel-injected, it comes with a check-engine light too. It also gets a large 21-liter under-seat storage compartment and a sizable 2-liter cubbyhole on the back of the apron as well as mobile phone charging.
TVS Jupiter Engine:
The TVS Jupiter BS6 continues to be powered by the same 109.7cc single-cylinder engine that it has always used, but the motor is now fuel-injected to help it comply with BS6 emission norms. It currently generates 7.47PS and 8.4Nm which is 0.51PS less than the BS4 version, but torque remains the same.
TVS Jupiter Suspension & Brakes:
Suspension duties on the TVS Jupiter are handled by a conventional telescopic fork and 3-step preload-adjustable monoshock.
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TVS Jupiter key specs:
Honda Activa 6G Features:
Honda has changed the design of the smaller Activa with the Activa 6G now looking like a scaled-down Activa 125. The LED headlight is only found on the deluxe trim of the Activa 6G. The current Honda Activa misses out on a semi-digital info cluster. It is pretty basic, displaying only the speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge.
Honda Activa 6G Engine:
The BS6 model gets an all-new 109.51cc single-cylinder fuel-injected engine. The motor now produces 7.79PS and 8.79Nm. The old BS4 mill produced 7.97PS and 9Nm. While performance has gone down, Honda claims the new BS6 engine delivers 10 per cent more mileage than before. The Activa 6G also gets an ACG starter motor and an engine kill switch.
Honda Activa 6G Suspension & Brakes:
One of the biggest changes to the Honda Activa 6G from the Activa 5G is the presence of a front telescopic fork and a 12-inch front wheel. Both of these updates should give the Honda Activa more stability in the bends. You find the same preload-adjustable single shock and a 10-inch rear wheel as before. Honda has skimped on offering a front disc brake as an option. The Activa 6G has to make do with 130mm drum brakes on both ends. CBS is standard.
Honda Activa 6G specs
3. TVS NTORQ 125
TVS NTorq 125 Features:
The TVS Ntorq 125 SuperSquad Edition is based on the Race Edition, however, gets a customised user interface for its SmartXonnect application. The TVS NTorq 125 is a feature-packed scooter. The NTorq 125 was the first TVS two-wheeler to get an all-digital console equipped with smartphone connectivity, which TVS calls SmartXonnect.
You can hook up your phone and get ride data analytics, call and SMS alerts, turn-by-turn navigation, and vehicle diagnostics alerts. Fuel-injection now comes as standard on the TVS NTorq.
On the top-of-the-line TVS NTorq 125 Race Edition, you also get snazzier graphics, a hazard light switch, and LED headlight.
TVS NTorq 125 Engine:
The TVS NTorq is powered by the same 124.8cc single-cylinder mill which now arrives in a fuel-injected avatar. What is impressive is that despite meeting the BS6 emission norms, the engine has not lost any steam, producing the same 9.38PS and 10.5Nm. The peak power kicks in a bit earlier at 7000rpm (500rpm lower than the BS4 motor).
TVS NTorq 125 Suspension & Brakes:
The foundations of the TVS NTorq 125 remain unchanged. You still get a telescopic fork and monoshock suspension arrangement. The front disc brake remains an option but CBS is standard across all trims of the TVS NTorq.
TVS NTORQ 125 specs