In April, carmakers began updating the lineup prices of their vehicles. Now TVS Motor, the country’s leading two-wheeler manufacturer, has increased the price of its scooter range. With this, the second most sold scooter in the country, the most affordable Scooty Pep Plus has become more expensive since Thursday.
TVS Jupiter is the best-selling scooter in the country after the Honda Activa. The company has increased its price from Rs 940 to Rs 1,235. On the other hand, Scooter Pip is known for its economical price, the company has increased its price from Rs 1,635 to Rs 2,535.
TVS Scooty Pep Plus is quite popular among women for light weight. This scooter is available in four variants. The Scooty Pep uses a single cylinder engine with a capacity of 87.8 cc that generates 5.4 PS of power and 6.5 Nm of torque. In addition, it uses eco-trust technology ET-Fi, which improves the mileage of the scooter.
Its just variant uses a fuel-injected engine with a single cylinder capacity of 109.7 cc. Which generates 7.71 hp of power and 8.8 Nm of torque. EcoTrust fuel injected technology is also used in it, the company claims that this scooter will give 15 percent more mileage than the previous model.
At the same time TVS Jupiter comes in the market with a total of 5 variants. The company has used the newly updated BS6 engine with a single cylinder of 109.7 cc capacity in this scooter. Which generates 7.47PS of power and 8.4Nm of torque. However, its power output is 0.51PS lower than the previous BS4 model. It has 21 liters of underset storage space with LED headlights. This scooter also has a mobile phone charger. Its total weight is 109 kg.
The company has also increased the price of the TVS Entourage 125 scooter showing off its sport. Its price has been increased from around Rs 540 to Rs 1,540. The base drum brake variant is priced at Rs 1,099, the disc brake variant is priced at Rs 5,399, the Rush Edition model is priced at Rs 8,3755 and the top-serpcode version is priced at Rs 61,0755. All prices here are ex-showroom, according to Delhi.