PEUGEOT V-CLIC 50 (2007 - on) Review

At a glance

Owners' reliability rating: 5 out of 5 (5/5)
Power: 3 bhp
Seat height: Low (28.1 in / 715 mm)
Weight: Low (174 lbs / 79 kg)


New £1,269
Used N/A

Overall rating

Next up: Ride & brakes
3 out of 5 (3/5)

The V-Clic 50 is exactly how it looks – a basic, no frills moped that will get you about town if you’re 16.

It’s a bargain, but if you’re a teenager it’s unlikely to impress any of your mates outside the chip shop and anyone over 17 should opt for a 125.

Ride quality & brakes

Next up: Engine
4 out of 5 (4/5)

The light weight V-Clic 50 handles perfectly adequately for a scooter that’s all about getting from A to B. Its 79kg weight makes it very easy to live with - practically anyone could hoist it on and off the centre stand with ease and u-turns are effortless, but the brakes are weak.


Next up: Reliability
3 out of 5 (3/5)

The 4-stroke 50cc engine in the V-Clic is only good for a top speed of about 30mph and it takes it’s time getting there. But it’s unfair to criticise a moped engine for being a bit slow – the point is to be reliable and deliver good fuel economy. The V-Clic’s motor is a proven unit and they claim it gives anywhere from 70-100mpg.

Reliability & build quality

Next up: Value
3 out of 5 (3/5)

The V-Clic looks a little budget all over, but build quality is better than a lot of the similarly-priced competition.

Value vs rivals

Next up: Equipment
5 out of 5 (5/5)

The styling is starting to look a little dated, but what do you expect for £999? That's a bargain considering you get a 2-year warranty and the reassurance of a big brand badge on the front. Find a scooter for sale.


3 out of 5 (3/5)

There’s an underseat storage bay but it’s relatively small and couldn’t take my full-face helmet. There’s an open non-lockable glove box under the bars and a shopping hook, plus a matching rack and 32-litre top box are available as extras. Compare and buy parts for the V-Clic in the MCN Shop.


Engine size 49cc
Engine type 4-stroke single
Frame type Tubular steel
Fuel capacity 8 litres
Seat height 715mm
Bike weight 79kg
Front suspension none
Rear suspension none
Front brake 155mm disc
Rear brake 3.5/10-10”
Front tyre size 3.5/10-10”
Rear tyre size 3.5/10-10”

Mpg, costs & insurance

Average fuel consumption 85 mpg
Annual road tax £24
Annual service cost -
New price £1,269
Used price -
Insurance group -
How much to insure?
Warranty term Two year unlimited mileage

Top speed & performance

Max power 3 bhp
Max torque 6.5 ft-lb
Top speed 31 mph
1/4 mile acceleration -
Tank range 73 miles

Model history & versions

Model history

Introduced 2007

Other versions


Owners' reviews for the PEUGEOT V-CLIC 50 (2007 - on)

1 owner has reviewed their PEUGEOT V-CLIC 50 (2007 - on) and rated it in a number of areas. Read what they have to say and what they like and dislike about the bike below.

Review your PEUGEOT V-CLIC 50 (2007 - on)

Summary of owners' reviews

Overall rating: 4 out of 5 (4/5)
Ride quality & brakes: 4 out of 5 (4/5)
Engine: 4 out of 5 (4/5)
Reliability & build quality: 5 out of 5 (5/5)
Value vs rivals: 4 out of 5 (4/5)
Equipment: 3 out of 5 (3/5)
4 out of 5 Ideal first motor
28 April 2011 by kpjwateridge

I am completely new to 2 wheeled motoring, so this review comes from a student with almost no money but an infinite capacity for engine mashing fun. Or so all adults believe, anyway. First off, the fit and finish. You can see from the aesthetics this is essentially a Chinese moped. It's virtually identical to numerous Baotian models on sale, as well as almost any other Chinese company out there. But, Peugeot appear to have gone over it with a fine tooth comb. It all fits together perfectly, it's very solid. It's also light. I was surprised by the weight, but I'm a weakling late teen with a waist line fit for a girl, I am not the height of might. Its easy to get used to. Equipment wise, it's got all you really need. Fuel gage, a speedometer, steering lock. Seat is comfortable enough and the capacity for a pretty bulk standard top box is there. Ride wise, I have nothing to compare it too. It's fairly stable, but you can tell it's only got one rear spring (compared to the twin spring I had on the CBT moped). The bike crashes a bit in larger potholes. However, it is communicative of the road surface, thats for sure. For driving, well what fun! I was expecting this bike to be very sluggish (considering it's only a pathetic 50cc). Not so, the engine delivers a pretty nice throttle response at the line. Sure, it begins to become rather more sedate in acceleration at about 15mph but it can keep up with town traffic with absolutely no issue. Above all, it feels comfortable at 30mph. It can sit there fairly gently without too much work. it's lightness makes it easy to thread through traffic or tight corners (much fun near a roundabout, if I'm feeling remotely sport). It's a capable, if rather basic, little scooter to learn on.

Ride quality & brakes 4 out of 5
Engine 4 out of 5
Reliability & build quality 5 out of 5
Value vs rivals 4 out of 5
Equipment 3 out of 5
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