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The Peugeot Vivacity is a 50 cc (3.1 cu in) (all models), 100 cc (6.1 cu in) (Models 1+2) and 125 cc (7.6 cu in) (Model 3) scooter designed and produced by Peugeot Motorcycles. The Vivacity began production in 1998 and is still going today[when?] having changed design in 2008
Peugeot Motorcycles began producing the Vivacity 1+2 in 1998 and continued until 2008 when they redesigned the looks of the scooter. One of the most powerful 50cc standard scooters, in original specification, this version can reach 75 km/h (47 mph). Also this version came to compete with the Yamaha Bws 50cc. This version can reach 9000 rpm and has about 3.5 hp (2.6 kW). This model is one of the biggest successes from Peugeot because of its design and economical and powerful motor.
In 2008 Peugeot unveiled a new design for the Vivacity. With a bigger storage area under the seat and in the front plastics it has almost twice the storage capabilities of the Vivacity 1+2. Also new is a 12-volt charger for any accessories such as Satellite Navigation.
In 2012, an electric version of the scooter was produced.
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