The employee can be seen in the video counting the man’s Rs 50,000 into Rs 10 coins, which he brought with him to buy a new TVS Jupiter scooter.
The man in the video just paid Rs 50,000 in Coin while the on-road price of the Jupiter model (with alloy wheels and drum brake) in Rudrapur is Rs 85,210. However, it is not known how the man paid the remaining amount.
TVS’s Jupiter scooter is a 110 cc single-cylinder model with the company’s Ecothurst fuel injection technology. It generates 7.4 horsepower and 8.4 Nm of torque.
The company claims that this TVS Jupiter 125 gives a mileage of 57.27 kmpl and this mileage has been certified by ARAI. The scooter gets a combination of disc brake in the front wheel and drum brake in the rear wheel with which combi braking system has been installed.
Recently, the company has launched a new Classic Celebratory Edition of Jupiter scooter. Due to the launch of this edition, Jupiter has also touched the milestone of sales of 50 lakh units.
This scooter was introduced before the start of the festival season. You can buy this Classic Celebratory Edition in two color options Regal Purple and Mystic Grey. Its ex-showroom price is Rs 85,866.
Let us tell you that this is not the first time when a person has bought a motorcycle by adding hard earned money like this. Earlier, 29-year-old V Bupati from Tamil Nadu had also bought Bajaj Dominar 400 in March 2022 for Rs 2.6 lakh.
For this, it took 10 hours to count the coins in the showroom. It took Bupati more than three years to assemble these chillers. At present, SUV buyers are no less, they are also buying cars from Chillars.
At the same time when Bajaj Dominar was bought, a person claimed to have paid for the new Mahindra Bolero with coins. The starting price of the SUV that the man bought is Rs 8.99 lakh (ex-showroom) and the price of the one he bought is Rs 12 lakh.
This video posted online is becoming famous for the payment method made from Chillar. Another similar case In February 2022, another person from Assam bought a scooter by making a down payment of Rs 22,000 in coins. All these incidents have happened in the year 2022.