Here are the Peugeot scooters brought into Mahindra’s facility, and their specifications.
Peugeot Streetzone on the left, Speedfight 3 on right.
Peugeot Streetzone, smallest scooter in the portfolio, features 2-stroke 50cc air-cooled engine that produces 4 PS max power. This entry level model is equipped with front disc brake and rear drum kit, and weighs 87 kg. Even though it is a very small displacement scooter, it will be a premium product just like its siblings.
Next up is Peugeot Speedfight 3 (125cc Darkside), one that is dressed in black with orange body graphics. It is propelled by a 125cc air-cooled engine that develops 10 PS peak power. It is kind of a light weight product, tipping the scales at 114 kg, sporting disc brakes at front and rear.
Peugeot Citystar on left, Django on right.
The retro model is Peugeot Django, that is fastened with a 4-stroke 125cc air-cooled engine, that belts out 10 PS max. power. This will be a good competitor for Piaggio Vespa.
Peugeot Citystar is again a 4-stroke 125cc scooter that churns out 14 PS of strong power. It has two engine variants; air-cooled model and liquid-cooled version. Citystar with former motor weighs 150 kg and model with latter gains 5 kg extra. Being placed on the premium side, Peugeot Citystar features front and rear disc brakes.
Going higher up the ladder, Peugeot Satelis scooter is present in the portfolio, in 125cc and 300cc variants. It is unclear which one it is in the photo since both have highly similar exterior characteristics, and both models feature liquid engine cooling and front & rear disc brakes.
Range topping scooter from Peugeot is the three-wheeled Metropolis 400i, powered by 4-stroke liquid-cooled 400cc engine, that dishes out 37 PS peak power. But it weighs like a mammoth, at 278 kg. It equips front & rear disc brakes, LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL), parking brake, adjustable windscreen and driver & passenger backrests.
Via – ZigWheels