TVS has launched two variants of the Jupiter ZX – drum and disc. The drum-brake model has been priced at Rs 56,093, while the front disc brake-equipped version will set you back Rs 58,645 (both prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). Both come equipped with TVS’ version of combined brakes, called SBT, as standard. The ZX variant now gets many new features, including an LED headlight and a digi-analogue instrument cluster.
Changes on ZX include the aforementioned LED headlight, digi-analogue instrument cluster and a new adjustable monoshock. These features were present on the Jupiter before, but only on the top-spec Grande version, which has now been discontinued. However, that doesn’t mean the ZX has evolved into the Grande, as it still misses out on the unique alloy wheels, a seat cover pattern and chrome trim pieces the latter came equipped with.
For 2019, the Jupiter ZX is only available in two colour schemes – Starlight blue and Royal Wine. Everything else on the ZX remains identical to the older model. It carries forward the same 109.7cc, single-cylinder engine that generates 8hp and 8.4Nm of peak torque.
With the new version, TVS appears to be directly targeting the 110cc Activa 5G that also features an LED headlight and digi-analogue gauge. The Activa 5G, however, is slightly cheaper at Rs 54,632 (drum) and Rs 56,497 (disc).
All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi.
2019 TVS Apache RR 310 review, track ride
2019 TVS Apache RR 310: 5 things to know