TVS hikes prices of select models

By autoX Editorial | on April 9, 2021

Prices of the Jupiter have risen across all variants. TVS’ 125cc offering, the Ntorq, now demands in the range of Rs 540 to Rs 1,540 more than before. The TVS Radeon has also gotten a revision in its pricing

Just like a lot of other two-wheeler manufacturers, TVS has announced a hike in the price of some of its products too. The Hosur-based bike maker’s best-selling scooter, the Jupiter, now starts at Rs 64,437 for the base steel wheel variant, which is Rs 940 higher than before. Similarly, the fully loaded ZX trim with the disc brake option now carries a sticker price of Rs 73,737 – a hike of Rs 1,390 over its previous price. The TVS Jupiter Classic is now priced at Rs 73,707.

TVS has also revised the prices of the Ntorq. The popular 125cc offering now starts at Rs 71,095 which is over Rs 500 more than before. The Disc brake and Race Editions now demand Rs 75,395 and Rs 78,375 respectively. The Super Squad Edition of the Ntorq is now dearer by Rs 1,540 and is priced at Rs 81,075.

Aside from these two scooters, TVS has also upped the price of its commuter motorcycles – the Star City+ and the Radeon. The latter has in fact seen a substantial hike in its price ranging from Rs xx to Rs 1,500 for the base trim to Rs 2,825 for the Commuter of the Year editions. The Star City+, on the other hand, now starts at Rs 66,895 for the drum brake version with the electric start. The disc brake trim demands Rs 69,465 – a increase in price of Rs 1,000. Interestingly, with this revision in the pricing strategy, the gap between the Radeon and the Star City+ has narrowed substantially.

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