Peugeot Django 125 Review
|✓||Retro cool, comfort, economy|
|×||Doesn't take a full face helmet, tyres|
What Is It?
The Peugeot Django 125 is a learner friendly retro scooter which was launched in 2014 and saw a minor Euro 4 update in 2017.
Engine: 125 cc Single Cylinder, 10 bhp
Economy: 90 mpg, 160 miles
Top Speed: 65 mph
Seat Height: 770 mm
Dry Weight: 135 kg
What Is It Like?
2015 Peugeot Django Evasion 125cc
It's a nippy little head-turning commuter scooter which will happily hit 65mph and it pulls well even with a pillion. There's plenty of under seat storage, fitting an open face helmet / waterproofs and it has a 12V charging point in the front right storage panel.
Handling in the in dry / wet is great and it's super comfortable to ride. Mine has been as reliable as a Swiss watch and even after an arm injury (unrelated to riding), having sat un-ridden for 3 weeks, it fired up after about 5 minutes of trying.
This has been a great scooter and I’ve had loads of very positive comments about how smart it looks (although I have added Beatles decals and a few badges).
It’s economical to run, tax and insure. The only down side is the Chrome racks are very susceptible to rust no matter how well looked after they are.
All in all it’s a great scooter and I would thoroughly recommend it!
- Kevin B, 2018
How Does It Compare?
The Second Opinion
I have had my Django 150cc Sport for just over 1,000 miles now. I decided to buy the scoot new after doing a fair bit of research into the competition and the Django seemed like the best option for me.
I love the look of it..very retro!! So far it has started immediately whether using the button or the kickstarter and I honestly cannot fault the scoot.
It will do more than 65mph, I bottle out before it does, but the only criticism is the standard tyres. They will both get changed at some point.
There is plenty of room under the seat plus two storage compartments in the legshields, one with a power outlet for phones etc which is very handy. On the Sport version you get a rear seat and also a plastic cover which can be put on instead of the seat to make it a solo machine. Looks great either way.
So... 1,000 miles..no hiccups. Am I loving it? ABSOLUTELY.
- Alex H, 2018
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All I can say is up to now, touch wood, nothing has gone wrong with it. But compared to my last bike the Yamaha Xenter it feels like I've gone from a quality bike to a toy.
I bought it for the look of it. The tyres are bad, a couple of bolts have loosened by themselves and there may be a problem with the rear brake because the back wheel is always black with dust.
Also it's disheartening to find out after buying it that it's really a cheap Chinese Sym with a French badge on it. Considering going back to the modern Yamaha scooters.
- Stephen W, 2018