Peugeot Scooters Lancashire

Scooters are an eco-friendly, cost-saving mode of transportation that many people are turning to as an alternative to owning a car. Here you’ll find additional information on Peugeot scooters as well as local companies and providers that may help you in your search.

The Scooter Centre
0151 525 6733
Fazakerley Fast Fit Ltd T/A 452 Longmoor Lane
Liverpool
 
Bodylines
01772 561177
Quicktrack Ltd T/A Autograph House Frank Street
Preston
 
Riverway Motorcycles
01942 242392
1A Westbridge Mews
Wigan
 
Express Equipment
01539 739733
Mintsfeet Road
Kendal
 
Blackburn Cycle & Scooter Centre
01254 675181
31 Northgate
Blackburn
 
Avalonia
01204 389933
Thynne Street
Bolton
 
Speedwell Motorcycles
0161 723 4774
75 Church Street
Radcliffe
 
Park Road Garage
01229 583486
Park Road Ulverston
Swarthmoor
 
Sam Taylor Ltd
01253 763 442
5/21 Vicarage Lane
Blackpool
 
John Wren Motorcycle Services
01229 836038
162 Rawlinson Street
Barrow In Furness
 

Peugeot HYmotion3 Concept

Monday, 06 October 2008 14:33   
Peugeot HYmotion3 Concept

A wee update on this particular story... Peugeot have announced they will be releasing this machine, a 300cc petrol supercharged version at the end of 2010 followed up with a hybrid in 2011 so if you want a reverse trike scooter with some enviro electro this may be a viable alternative to Piaggio's extremely popular MP3.

I'm not really sure that this is exactly a scooter but either way this new concept from Peugeot gives an exciting insight into where the scooter (and automotive in general) market is heading. The HYmotion concept features a 20hp supercharged petrol engine along with a 5hp electric motor in each front wheel. The combined output is 29hp which is a very respectable output which should allow easy highway comuting with all propulsion engaged and near free around town work using just the electric motors. This combination should explain the proposed 117mpg fuel consumption figure that Peugeot is talking up.

The futuristic looking device also features roll protection for the occupants and a wide windscreen and a roof. This is not the first time we have seen these kind of features incorporated into a scooter with BMW showing something similar a long time ago. However the difference comes with a Piaggio MP3 styled reverse tricycle wheel arrangement. Overall assuming they can combine all these elements into a package that weighs in somewhere under a couple of hundred kilograms the HYmotion will be a real gem... I am a big fan of this concept in vehicles... and given the local weather dual wheels and a roof for rain comuting sounds pretty damned good. Lets hope they build it.

Courtesy of automotto.org


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