Peugeot Scooters Launched in Vietnam - Thailand Next?

Two French riders have ridden a pair of Peugeot Django scooters 12,070 kilometers from Paris to Ho-Chi-Minh City to celebrate the arrival of Peugeot scooters in Vietnam.

The Paris – Ho-Chi-Minh trip reversed the route two French soldiers did on a pair of Peugeot S57 scooters – from Saigon to Paris – in 1956.

According to a representative from Mahindra, the current owner of Peugeot Motorcycles, the Vietnam introduction is the stepping stone for more locations in Southeast Asia and ASEAN countries in special. We only got a smile when we asked if Thailand would be next...

The Peugeot Djangos is a 125 or 150cc air-cooled scooter, producing around 12 horsepower, with a classic retro-design, equipped with modern features like LED lighting, glove-box with 12V power socket, semi-digital dashboard and storage compartment for a helmet. The Peugeot Djangos scooter as has front and rear disc brakes.

Fly screen and chrome front luggage rack are standard, and the Djangos has numerous optional accessories available. It comes with classic two-tone bodywork.

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Saturday, 17 December 2016 @ 01:23 PM ICT
Would love one!!