PEUGEOT DJANGO

With the musical resonance of its name and its irresistibly retro lines, Django is a scooter that seems to want to re-write history more than half a century later: a history of style. Standing firmly on its 12" wheels, Django seems to project itself like a flagship with its rounded rear wings with slashes for the three air intakes, its extended body, its retro dashboard, inviting upholstery, flat foot-board and numerous storage compartments.

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PEUGEOT DJANGO

With 24 colours in the catalogue, three types of rear-view mirror, seven different saddles, bright aluminium or chrome body trims and a unique light signature, Django is customisable to the extreme. With no fewer than 118,000 combinations, everyone can create a scooter that matches them.

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  • RETRO DASHBOARD

    Harking back to the the legendary 203, the speedometer has retro printing a contoured surface and a short needle, not forgetting a dashboard with a very "fifties" feel.

  • INVITING UPHOLSTERY

    With its low height, the saddle is convenient for most people. Comfortable and upholstered to suit the theme selected, it is also very inviting.

  • FLAT FOOT-BOARD

    The rider will appreciate the vast flat foot-board, painted in the same colour as the body, protected by elegant non-slip strips that will prevent your shoes and any bag from slipping under the effects of heavy braking.

  • NUMEROUS STORAGE COMPARTMENTS

    Django is fitted with a 12 V socket in the glove box, a bag hook, two bag hooks under the saddle and generous storage space under the saddle, big enough for a jet helmet.

  • SYNCHRO BRAKING CONCEPT (SBC)

    Synchro Braking Concept (SBC) integral braking, which distributes the braking force simultaneously to the front and rear wheels, is available on the 125 and 150 cc versions.

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