Exciting times for scooters fans as Peugeot had a massive week at EICMA 2022! Releasing a heap of new models and updating some of their favourites. AUS pricing and availablity is TBA...
Peugeot Motocycles has recently announced its new line-up at the worlds biggest motorcycling expo, EICMA in Milan, Italy. The range includes updates to some of their favourite models, along with a few new machines, check them out!
The latest offering from Peugeot Motocycles sits at the crossroads between a premium urban scooter and a motorcycle.
Because riding pleasure is essential for Peugeot, XP400 is equipped with features that make it one of the most enjoyable scooters of the brand. XP400 is a combination of design, power and technology that gives it exceptional versatility. Thanks to its large wheels, it is capable of riding on many types of terrain. Its generous pillion seat proves to be as comfortable for the passenger, as it is for the rider thanks to its handles and footrests.
Coming to Australia and New Zealand, is the: XP400, XP400 Allure, and XP400 GT.
The urban motorbike with a unique Peugeot style. With its unique and fresh styling, sharp lines and muscular look, PM-01 has all the details that make it a typical Peugeot scooter and motorcycle.
17in tyres, a 41mm gold fork (on the 300cc version) and a rear suspension consisting of a centrally positioned shock absorber mounted on the swingarm, give it unmistakable style. With three LEDs in the shape of claws at the front, this bike, the latest from Peugeot, cannot go unnoticed on the roads.
The PM-01 will be available in both a 125cc and 300cc version.
When urban living becomes electric. Peugeot say the e-Streetzone meets the needs of city dwellers looking for CO2-free vehicles, which are increasingly sought after in large cities.
Its range and size make it perfectly suited to commuting or delivery services. In short, e-Streetzone is a vehicle that meets the expectations of new urban behaviours overcoming the constraints and restrictions of large urban centres.
- ECO mode (61km range at 25km/h)
- Boost mode (51km range at 45km/h)
- ECO mode (112km range)
- Boost mode (96km range)
- ECO mode (112km range)
- Boost mode (96km range)
- The battery can be removed quickly, and plugged into any domestic socket to recharge.
- Standard charger (300w): 80% – 4.5hrs || 100% – 7hrs
- Fast charger (600w) will also be available.
All versions are equipped with a new LCD dashboard that displays the latest features such as the different riding modes and the remaining range. A USB port is also available on all three versions. Range may vary depending on riders weight, road conditions, weather conditions etc.
Peugeot has completely reinvented its iconic model the Django, with a ‘modern classic’ style. Presenting the next EVOlution, the Django EVO.
Peugeot say the Django EVO is futuristic, modern and powerful: characteristics carried by its LED front canines, its LED rear claws, its hexagonal headlight, its angular lines and its high-end technology. The styling can be seen in the modern elegance of the model. Appealing to those looking for a two-wheeler that allows them to express their unique style on every ride. The LC and AC versions each have their own distinctive colour scheme: Liquid Cooled (LC) is available in two colours, with the interior of the front apron in a different colour from the bodywork. Django Air Cooled (AC) is available in a monochrome version.
In order to meet the needs and expectations of all urban travellers, Django EVO will be available in both a 125cc and 150cc option. It is available in 125cc with an air-cooled engine under the name Active, 125cc and 150cc with liquid cooling in the Allure version.
Appreciated for its large wheels, its stability and its practicality, Peugeot Tweet is one of the best-selling two-wheelers in Europe. In 2023,Peugeot say the new version of the Tweet will appeal to people who are looking for a scooter with a unique and elegant style. Beyond the great feeling of safety linked to its larger wheels, its design featuring Peugeot’s latest codes brings it into a new era.
A scooter that asserts its stature wherever it goes, thanks to its claw shaped lights that sit in the middle of where the brand shield proudly stands. This scooter has a hexagonal front light and angular lines, and comes in different colours, classic or metallic, which allows everyone to express their own styles. Peugeot Tweet has the design of a top-of-the-range scooter, without ever neglecting the comfort of the rider or the passenger.
Available in 50cc, 125cc and 200cc, all variants share top-of-the-range equipment: LED lights, dashboard with LCD screen, USB power socket, double seat and a storage compartment to store a jet helmet with screen. A GT version, and a Cargo version will be available in all 3 variants.
Fully equipped, this scooter is a symbol of Peugeot’s French roots. Easy to use and comfortable, its fuel tank is situated under the floor, it has plenty of storage space, including a large under-seat box and two storage compartments. An important detail: a 12V or USB (depending on the version) socket for plugging in your phone is hidden in one of the compartments.
The Django will come in a 125cc and 150cc variant. In 2023, Django Shadow 150cc will join the range This version of the vehicle offers a unique and elegant design, the most arty in its class and now also this new “Adventure Green” colour, halfway between grey and dark green.
Django TT version is a revised adventure version; to give it an off-road feel, the front fender has been modified, chrome front and rear luggage racks have been added and a seat cover has been added to make it one-seater.
The best-selling model in 27 European countries, the Kisbee is the benchmark 50cc urban scooter. Practical, economical and easy to ride, it meets the needs of both beginners and experienced riders.
It has a large, comfortable seat and is very practical, with a trunk that can hold a full-face helmet, a hook for carrying a bag on the handlebars and a flat floor, ideal for carrying small packages. The rider sits 750 mm off the ground and has easy access to the bike and great manoeuvrability with 12-inch wheels. In addition, braking is provided at the front by an efficient 170 mm diameter disc.
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