2016 Peugeot Django 50cc bike review

The Peugeot Django is a very French alternative to Vespa and its pretty Primavera. Although this stylish scooter is available in 125cc and 150cc capacities, Jon is testing the AM-license friendly 50cc, making it accessible to anyone in the UK aged 16 or over. AM category scooters can also be ridden by anyone who passed their car driving test before 1st February 2001, without the need to take any extra tests.

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Comments

bingoberra18 says:

should have been four stroke, who wants to deal with 2 stroke oil and smell nowadays. But enjoyed the review and the looks!

Bike Life says:

price?

Jay B says:

50cc and 28mph just isnt enough.. period

BMWK75Rider says:

2 stroke? Really? 2 stroke engines will be banned in most Dutch city centers soon for environmental reasons.

nofgood says:

2stroke? made in china? 3000+ euros,.. thats kinda up there,. no hate,just saying.. great review..

Joaquin Torres says:

Jet exchange cousin sound.

Fatih K. says:

Malaguti Centro. Still my favourite!

MrJohnQCitizen says:

you’ve even made Banbury look cool

SG says:

Great review, more like this please.

ALFA RIO WANTO says:

When At The Road, Many People Look For This Bike Because The Sound Is Nice To Hear

TheMatteoStudios says:

Two strokes ftw!

wizzy tech says:

peugeot scooters are crap

Gerry Nightingale says:

That scooter is a beauty, with a proud name and heritage…and I’m envious of the front disc-brake! I’ll stay with my ’08 ‘Metropolitan’, though…the liquid-cooled four-stroke is all but indestructible! And will start instantly, everytime, no matter the weather.  And the seat! Like a ‘Barco-Lounger’…perfect for an ‘American-size’ bottom! (I wonder why the top-end is 28mph? Built-in restrictors, maybe? (that can be fixed quickly, though…a 2-stroke 50cc should beable to achieve the ‘high-thirties’ with no major mods involved)

Murat ayazgök says:

nice shoes

Omar Chakkour says:

do a Yamaha Aerox 2 stroke 50cc

The General Channel says:

great video

Armand Verhauwen says:

In Belgium, this scooter has a fourstroke-engine.

Dino Perić says:

Can it go up the hill with two passengers?

Ricco123tube says:

Mooooorre bikes please.
Vespa 300 ?.

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