Peugeot Speedfight 4 50 For Sale

What Is It?

There are a number of changes to the look of the Speedfight. The new scooter has had a big makeover for the fourth generation, including inspiration from the Peugeot Sport 208 GTI for the standard Blue France, Flat Red and Fluo Apple Green paint with matt black rear bodywork.

Features include:

  • 32mm fork
  • 5 split spoke 13" cast Aluminium wheels
  • LED indicators and tail light

You now get twin optical 35w headlights, micro-bulb crystal turn indicators, a restyled grille and new instrument console. Riders will also notice the new on-board digital multifunction computer and a USB socket to connect your smartphone in the dash. There is even a holder to use your mobile as a satnav and a 12V socket under the seat.

There are a few colour schemes available for the standard model, which is powered by an air-cooled 50cc two-stroke engine. With a new Dell'Orto carburettor, it produces 3.8hp (de-restricted), and to stop there's a Shuricane 215mm front disc with 2 piston radial caliper and black-painted piston.

  • Standard: Air cooled, rear drum brake and available in green/black, red/black, blue/black.
  • Iceblade: Liquid cooled, disc brakes. Black/white with red accents.
  • Pure: Liquid cooled, disc brakes. Black/white with gold accents.
  • Dark Side: Liquid cooled, disc brakes. Black with blue accents.

The 2015 Peugeot Speedfight 4 launched in showrooms for Summer 2015 and is covered by a two-year unlimited mileage parts and labour warranty.

2016: Total Sport special edition launched to celebrate 20 years of Speedfight production. It's pretty similar to the Dark Side but with red accents and red inserts on the air vents at the rear. RRP is £2,100.

2017: £2,200 red/white 20th Anniversary edition released with black double stitched seat, removable pillion seat cover and Snakebite exhaust system.

Did You Know?

The headlights and grille draw inspiration from the Peugeot Exalt concept car

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Price Guide

Year Dealer Private Part Ex Mileage
2015 £1,600 £1,250 £1,100 4,100
2016 £1,800 £1,450 £1,300 3,100
2017 £2,050 £1,650 £1,450 2,100
2018 £2,300 £1,850 £1,650 1,950

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