TVS Ntorq 125, Jupiter prices rise

    Published On Aug 09, 2021 05:52:00 PM



    The recently launched TVS Ntorq 125 Race XP variant has also witnessed a price hike.

    TVS has increased the prices of the TVS Ntorq 125 and Jupiter in India.

    • Price increases by up to around Rs 2,300

    • New Ntorq 125 Race XP also part of the list

    • Jupiter prices now start at Rs 65,600

    Hosur-based TVS Motor Company has raised the prices of its popular scooter offerings in India. The company’s sporty 125cc scooter, the Ntorq has gone up in price by up to around Rs 2,000.

    Prices for the Ntroq 125 now start at Rs 72,270 (Drum variant) and go up to Rs 84,025 (Race XP variant). This is an increase of around Rs 1,200 and Rs 750, respectively. The maximum price hike (around Rs 2,000) can be found on the Race Edition and Super Squad Edition. Unlike the other variants, the aforementioned Race XP has revisions to the engine, and makes a claimed 10.2hp at 7,000rpm and 10.8 Nm of torque at 5,500rpm. This is an increase of 0.8hp and 0.3Nm of torque over the other models.

    The company’s 110cc Jupiter has witnessed an increase of up to around Rs 2,300. With the latest hike, prices start at Rs 65,670 (sheet metal wheel variant) and go up to Rs 75,770 (ZX Disc). The ZX versions have received the maximum hike, whereas the Standard variant has gone up by only around Rs 750.

    Prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    ModelPrice (as on 9/8/21)
    Ntorq 125 (Drum)Rs 72,270
    Ntorq 125 (Disc)Rs 77,320
    Ntorq 125 (Race Edition)Rs 80,325
    Ntorq 125 (Super Squad Edition)Rs 83,025
    Ntorq 125 (Race XP)Rs 84,025
    Jupiter (sheet metal wheel variant)Rs 65,673
    Jupiter (Standard)Rs 67,398
    Jupiter (ZX Drum)Rs 71,973
    Jupiter (Classic)Rs 75,743
    Jupiter (ZX Disc)Rs 75,773

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