Peugeot’s ‘neo-retro’ range of Django scooters are now available with the option of a 150cc engine, producing 10% more power than the standard 125cc motor.
Inspired by Peugeot’s S57C scooter (seen above) of 1958, the Django combines the best of ‘fifties styling with the latest technology. Powered by a fuel-efficient 4-stroke engine, the Django 150 has LED indicators front and rear, LED rear light and classic analogue speedometer, with LCD screen display and trip computer. Beneath the seat is a helmet-size luggage bay and there is a lockable glove box with a 12-volt power socket inside for charging gadgets on the go.
There are four new models:
Available in a choice of four retro monochrome colours, with white wheel rims, double stitched dual seat and aluminium passenger hand-grips.
Equipped with Synchro Braking Control (SBC), which distributes braking effort simultaneously between the front and rear 200mm disc brakes, for controlled and balanced stopping power. Its dual seat has a removable colour-matched passenger seat cowl and chrome hand-grip too.
Comes in a variety of two-tone colour schemes, with white wheel rims and white-wall tyres. Fitted with a fly screen and chrome front luggage rack as standard, the Evasion also has SBC linked brakes.
Top of the range, the Allure comes with two-tone bodywork, fly screen, white-wall tyres, three-tone seat and SBC braking. In addition, the Allure comes with a colour-matched top-case, passenger back-rest and chrome rear luggage rack as standard.
The Peugeot Django 150 can be ridden on an A2 motorcycle licence and is covered by a 2-year unlimited mileage parts & labour warranty.
Information and details of authorised Peugeot Scooter dealers can be found at www.peugeotscooters.co.uk