Exhaust Notes – Django Review
THEY call her Django. It means ‘I awake’. And no, we’re not talking about the Quentin Tarantino movie or the programming language of the same name. What she is though, is the uber cool 2019 Peugeot Django Evasion scooter.
Bike Sales – Django Review
On suburban streets and around the CBD the Django does its business with flair. A 710mm width helps it roll around traffic obstructions, filter to the front of the intersection and the Euro 4-compliant engine packs just enough punch to zip away from the lights with the verve to match the tin tops around you.
Motorcycle Trader – Django Review
Take a long, nostalgic look at this little sweetheart and imagine you’re weaving the streets of 1950s Rome, enjoying the delightful company of a young, frustrated princess who craves nothing more than a day of freedom and adventure. The good news is you don’t need to spend large on a Vespa to live out your Roman Holiday because Peugeot scooters are back in Australia and NZ.
Django Press Launch
Two-tone bodywork and seat piping, chrome trimming, and whitewall tyres, there’s no escaping the nostalgic charisma here. The Peugeot Django Evasion modern-retro scooter will take you back to simpler times and the festive Parisian streets of the 1950s. Now it’s up to you to choose which of the three historic two-tone liveries evokes your inner French flair. Also available in 150 S and Allure liveries.