Peugeot Kisbee Is Europe’s Number One ScooterPeugeot are celebrating a podium top spot for their Kisbee scooter in the race for European motorcycle and scooter sales.

Figures released by The Motorcycle Industry in Europe [ACEM] show that, for the second year running, Peugeot’s Kisbee 50 was Europe’s most popular scooter, selling 43% more than its nearest rival in the charts, the Honda SH150AD*.

It was also the third best selling Powered Two Wheeler in Europe; BMW’s R1200GS and the Yamaha MT-07 claiming the two top spots.

Competitively priced for a premium specification scooter from a major European brand, the Kisbee sells for just £1199** and is covered by a 24-month warranty.

Its 50cc 4-stroke engine features an updated piston design, lighter con-rod and 3 chamber exhaust, producing extra torque while remaining compact, lightweight and reliable. It delivers over 100 mpg yet emits around 30% less Co2 than an equivalent size 2-stroke scooter.

Chunky 12″ wheels with sports profile tyres, telescopic front forks and twin rear shock absorbers give it a sure-footed feel on the road and, weighing just 90kg, it’s easy to squeeze into the tightest parking spaces. Capacity for two people and a full face helmet under the seat add to the day-to-day practicality.

Call 01202 823344 or visit for full specifications.

Notes: *12,561 units registered in 2014, compared to 8754 units of the Honda SH150AD.

**Price includes manufacturer’s delivery, pre-delivery inspection, petrol, number plate and VAT at 20%. Government first registration fee and vehicle excise duty are not included and will be charged at the prevailing rate. Prices and specifications correct at time of print.

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