The Peugeot Citystar 125 is a compact but practical scooter especially designed for those who want an efficient solution to urban transportation. The Citystar is considered the next generation model of Peugeot’s world-famous scooter offerings.
The Citystar 125 replaces the old Peugeot Elystar 125, but unlike its sibling it comes with a modern style and a longer range of high tech features designed to improve its efficiency and rideability.
In terms of power, the Citystar 125 boasts of a 125cc four-valve, liquid-cooled engine that packs 14 horsepower and 12 Nm of peak torque with an estimated top speed of 105 kmh.
As far as design goes, the Peugeot Citystar 125 features a tall windshield, wider front bodywork and sharper headlights. The bike is also available with a choice of four different colors, namely black, blue, silver and vanilla.
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The Peugeot V Clic 50 was always appreciated for its practical character, modern design and lively performances. Since its inception the Peugeot V-Clic 50 has been constantly upgraded and for 2012 it is offered in four different color options, including black, white, pink, and blue.
The scooter is packed with a 50 cc 4 stroke engine which has to deal with a total weight of only 79 kg. Thanks to the low total weight, the engine is able to propel the scooter to a maximum speed of 100 mph which is more than enough to help you deal effortless with city traffic.
The scooter is also equipped with a 170mm front disc brake, stylish 10” alloy wheels, and plenty of storage of space to make the anybody purchasing it look like a smart buyer.
The Peugeot V-Clic 50 is offered with a standard 2 year Peugeot unlimited mileage parts and labour warranty.
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When made its debut, the Aprilia Sportcity was considered a pretty revolutionary scooter. Its big 15 inch wheels, the imposing tires and the capable engine were all working together to offer lively performance for those who wanted a fast but efficient way of urban transportation. Thanks to its versatile nature, the Sportcity was able to combine with success the comfort of a large wheel scooter with the power and handling of a sports scooter. Thanks to all these benefits, the Sportcity became pretty fast one of Aprilia’s best selling scooters.
Due to its success, the Aprilia Sportcity range has grown over the years and today is one of the most complete in its segment.
The new Aprilia Sportcity Cube features a design inspired by dynamism and advanced technology. This scooter is available in two engine displacements namely 125 cc and 300 cc.
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The Aprilia Sportcity One was designed to help you deal easier with urban traffic. The scooter features an attractive and modern design language which inspires dynamism and joy. The design also emphasise practicality, safety, agility and economy, with a flair for fashion and style.
Perhaps it goes without saying that the Sportcity was built with safety, fun and economy in mind, thereby it offers an enjoyable riding experience and ultra low costs of ownership. The Aprilia Sportcity One conserves all the features that made the bigger Sportcity so popular, but offers an even better quality to price ratio.
The Sportcity One is available with a choice of two engine sizes (50 and 125) to cover all possible urban mobility needs. You also get a pretty generous fuel tank with a capacity of 7.5 litres.
All components are mounted on a classical open cradle frame in high strength steel tube. The frame delivers excellent rigidity and gives a confidence-inspiring ride and an excellent level of active safety.
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The Peugeot Ludix Pro was built especially for commercial delivery use. The scooter won’t impress you with its power but, where it lacks in performance, it makes up for in utilitarian usefulness.
The motorcycle is only 670mm wide so it can deal effortless with tight spaces and congested traffic situations. The 2012 Ludix Pro is powered by a 50cc four-stroke engine that is highly efficient and is paired with an automatic transmission.
As far as comfort go, the scooter is fitted with a comfortable saddle and an ergonomic handlebar. The Ludix Pro has a wide range of luggage options available, such as a large rear platform and additional carriers including front and inboard options.
The majority of the exposed bodywork is made from colour impregnated ABS plastic, designed to help minimise damage to preserve the scooters appearance against the knocks and scuffs of everyday use.
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The Aprilia Sportcity One 50 Street was launched in the summer of 2012. Thereby, the scooter is one of the youngest models in Aprilia’s lineup. It shares the same unique design as the other Sportcity models, both elegant and sporty, and is sold at an extremely competitive price considering the performance and equipment.
Perhaps it goes without saying that the Sportcity One 50 was built with comfort and practicality in mind. As a result you are treated with a comfortable anatomically shaped seat, a generous flat platform which also provides ample space for bulky objects and an ergonomically designed grab handle. Not to mention about the complete instruments which deliver all the information you need, in a clear and intuitive manner.
The scooter is propelled by a lively 50 cm3 (49,38 cc) engine which delivers a maximum output of 3.0 kW (4.08 BHP) at 6,500 rpm and 4.40 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm.
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The Aprilia SR 50 R is one of the most popular sports scooters developed by Aprilia. Since its inception, the scooter was constantly upgraded and the 2012 model comes with a new design, inspired by the RSV 1000 R Factory.
Apart from its tasty new skin, the SR 50 incorporates numerous technical solutions derived directly from Aprilia’s world-beating maxi.
The company says that ever since it was first introduced, the SR has been the preferred scooter of the Aprilia Racing Team, and is used extensively at trials and race meetings to get quickly between pit lane and the paddock.
Power comes from a liquid cooled horizontal single cylinder two stroke engine with 49cc displacement. The unit is mated on an automatic gearbox which offers smooth and precise shifts.
The scooter’s speed is kept in check by a front 190 mm stainless steel disc gripped by a racing caliper with twin opposed 32 mm pistons and a rear 190 mm stainless steel disc paired with a racing caliper with twin opposed 30 mm pistons.
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The Kymco Compagno 50i and 110i have a pretty interesting appearance, and we kinda like theyr retro style. Their unique look draws inspiration from the classic models of the past, but each line is reinterred in a slightly modern manner.
The Kymco Compagno 50i is propelled by an air-cooled 49.5cc engine that has enough punch to keep you out of trouble on the busy city streets. Perhaps it goes without saying that the scooter was built with comfort in mind. Thereby you are treated with low 29-inch seat height and an ergonomically designed handlebar.
The 2013 Kymco Compagno 50i is offered in a choice of two colors, namely Black and White, both combined with silver accents. On the other hand, the Compagno 110i comes with all Compagno 50i’s features, but is fitted with a more powerful 112cc SOHC 4-Stroke engine. The Compagno 110i is available in Light Blue or Metallic Mocha.
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The Aprilia SR Max 125 is without a doubt one of the most attractive scooter in its class. Its sporty fairing, the sharp light clusters and the aggressive angles are all working together to enhance the unique look of the SR Max 125.
You’ll also like the two-color saddle which includes lumbar support for the rider and guarantees comfort in any conditions.
The SR Max 125 is also fitted with a front hydraulic shock absorber with 35mm traditional telescopic fork and a rear pair of 3 position adjustable spring preload shock absorbers.
However, what makes this scoter really good is the 125cc engine which has enough punch to keep the scooter lively around the city but also on the open road. The single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 4 valve 125 version, equipped with electronic injection, delivers a maximum output of 15 HP at 9,250 rpm, while the peak torque is rated at 23 Nm @ 6000 rpm.
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Due to their efficiency and low costs of ownership, the maxi scooters have stated to more popular than ever. They are light, comfortable and agile so what more could you want?
Like its rivals, the 2013 Kymco Downtown 300i was also built with practicality and agility in mind and rewards its riders with top notch ergonomics and a pretty capable new 4-valve Electronic Fuel Injected engine coupled to an agile, responsive, light weight dual cradle steel chassis. The engine is mated on a smooth shifting CVT automatic transmission so you won’t have to worry about gear changes.
The 2013 Kymco Downtown comes with a useful, lighted, under seat storage space which is big enough for two helmets and a watertight console compartment for cell phone storage, equipped with a 12V accessory outlet. If you want more space you can choose the optional top case.
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