Peugeot have introduced two new sporty versions of their stylish and economical Kisbee scooter. The Sportline has a distinctive red and white colour scheme inspired by the French manufacturer's World Rally Championship cars, while the RS has matt black and graphite bodywork.
Other changes from the standard model include 170mm shuricane front disc brake, black fork legs and engine cover and 12" wheels with black alloy rims, plus alloy bar ends. The Kisbee Sportline also features a special edition seat.
Weighing in at 85 kilograms and powered by a modern 4-stroke 50cc engine with a three chamber exhaust, the Kisbee is capable of more than 100 miles per gallon (2.6 litres per 100km). By combining light weight with a low seat height of 760mm the Kisbee Sportline is comfortable to ride and easy to handle for riders of most shapes and sizes. Beneath the seat is a storage compartment that is large enough to accept a full face helmet.
Set to sell for £1679, the Kisbee Sportline and RS models will be available at the introductory price of £1229 for a limited period, covered by a 2-year manufacturer's warranty.
(Above: Kisbee Sportline)
(Above: Kisbee RS)