Peugeot Vivacity 100 For Sale

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Peugeot Vivacity 100
Insurance Costs: 2 of 10
Launch RRP: £1,700

What Is It?

The Peugeot Vivacity 100 is a learner friendly entry level scooter and is powered by an air-cooled 100 cc single cylinder two stoke engine, producing 8.7 bhp at 7,000 rpm and maximum torque at 6,600 rpm.

Features include:

  • Steel tubular frame
  • Automatic CVT gearbox with belt final drive
  • 190 mm disc up front with single piston caliper
  • 110 mm drum brake at the rear
  • Standard fork with 73 mm travel
  • Rear shock with 68 mm travel
  • Gurtner PA carburettor fuelling
  • Side stand
  • Bag hook

The 3-spoke 12" wheels take a 120/70 at the front and a 130/70 at the rear.

Colours: Silver, blue, black, white

Specs

Capacity: 100 cc (low)

Power: 9 bhp / 7 kW (low)

Red Line: 7,000 rpm (average)

Top Speed: 60 mph / 97 km/h (low)

Economy: 50 mpg / 5.6 L/100km (average)

Range: 70 miles / 113 km (low)

Fuel Capacity: 6.0 litres / 1.3 gallons (low)

Seat Height: 786 mm / 30.9 inches (low)

Dry Weight: 97 kg / 214 pounds

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Popularity & How Many Left

Year
On Road
Off Road
Total
For Sale
1999
3
25
28
Rarely
2000
13
49
62
Rarely
2001
11
60
71
Rarely
2002
21
61
82
Rarely
2003
15
52
67
Rarely
2004
6
21
27
Rarely
2005
21
72
93
Rarely
2006
16
54
70
Rarely
2007
13
42
55
Rarely
2008
1
4
5
Rarely

Source: DVLA