Bought the scoot for under 2K 16 months ago, just to get on two wheels again after giving up my last ever bike, a from-new 4 year old Blackbird. No comparison, of course, but I didn't want to get, say, a CBF500 because that would have been comparison too near the bone. So, something completely different, the Peugeot Vivacity 125. Slightly girly in vanilla, but nice enough looking, with room for a full face under the seat and a handy boot on the front for raingear etc. A comfortable upright seating position that works with the steady ride. It took a few hundred miles to unglue the reluctant engine though it was pretty obvious from the off that I wasn't going anywhere fast. 5000 miles later and the engine is sweet, and smooths up to 50+ . . . but really, that's it. I have done 60 but it needs all the right conditions and in any case there are other scoots with sportier performance (for rather more money). The little Pug isn't so much disappointing as occasionally annoying, but only when you should have taken the car. I had a couple of goes at chucking it about but frankly it's pointless. Apart from you looking a right tit hanging off it. The scoot will go at it's own pace, which is faster than a speeding pullet. It took a while but I've decided I like it. Sure, the engine is a plodder, but hey, I'm a pensioner, plodding is what I do. It says here. I recommend it to anyone who wants a safe , smooth, sexy ride. All right I lied about that last one, but the reliable, economical Vivacity does its job quietly and well. It's a keeper.