1989 Peugeot SX Scooter
Frame no. to be advised
In 1926, Peugeot separated the two-wheeler side of its business from car manufacture, creating the Nouvelle Société des Cycles Peugeot, which grouped together all its motorcycle and bicycle brands. A wide range of machines of all sizes was manufactured between the wars, but after WW2 the firm concentrated mainly on the manufacture of two-stroke lightweights, mopeds and scooters. Today, Peugeot is a major manufacturer of scooters, the sporting Speedfight range being particularly popular with style-conscious younger riders. Introduced in 1982, the SX and SC models are notable as Peugeot's first to feature plastic bodywork. Versions with 50cc and 80cc engines were made, though it is not known what size engine this French-registered example has. The machine is sold strictly as viewed. No reserve.