Did you know that Peugeot—the French marque that sells SUVs like the 2008 and the 3008—also manufactures motorcycles? In fact, Peugeot Motorcycles built its first bike in 1898. Yup, 124 years ago. And now, the brand has made its way to the Philippines courtesy of Motostrada.
The first model available in the local market is the Django 150, a retro-modern scooter with looks that’ll take you back to Parisian streets of the 1950s.
It’s powered by an air-cooled 150.6cc single-cylinder engine that generates 11.3hp at 8,000rpm and 11.2Nm of torque at 6,000rpm.
The scooter has a set of 12-inch alloy wheels with disc brakes front and back. However, only the front brake comes with ABS.
The Django’s glovebox is fitted with a 12V outlet. Other features include full LED lights all-around, a digital/analog dashboard, ABS, chrome bodywork, generous storage compartment beneath the seat, and an 8.5L fuel tank.
The Peugeot Django 150 comes in three finishes with varying prices:
- Mono: P199,000 (Bleu France, Mad Grey)
- Sportstripe: P205,800 (Cherry Red, Deep Ocean Blue)
- Two-Tone: P216,800 (Deep Ocean Blue, Orange)