Peugeot have announced prices for their ‘neo-retro’ range of Django scooters, which are due in UK showrooms this autumn.
Inspired by Peugeot’s S55 scooter of 1953, the Django combines long flowing bodywork, reminiscent of saloon cars of the Fifties, with the latest technology. Powered by modern fuel-efficient engines, in 125cc and 150cc options, the Django has LED indicators and rear light, an LCD screen display on the dashboard and 12-volt power socket in the glove box.
Prices start at £2599 for the 125cc Django Heritage, which is available in a choice of four retro monochrome colours, with white wheel rims, double stitched dual seat and aluminium passenger handgrips.
At £2899, the Sport 125 is equipped with Synchro Braking Control (SBC), which distributes braking effort simultaneously between the front and rear disc brakes, for controlled and balanced stopping power. Its dual seat has a removable passenger seat shell and chrome hand-grip too.
The Evasion 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 and sells for £2899 [125cc].
Topping the range is the Allure, with two-tone bodywork, fly screen, white-wall tyres, three-tone seat and SBC braking. In addition, the Allure comes with a colour-match top-case, passenger back-rest and chrome rear luggage rack as standard, selling for £3099 [125cc].
Images and specifications of all models are available at www.peugeotscooters.co.uk