Peugeot have unveiled a special 'Total Sport' edition of their new Speedfight 4, coinciding with the model's 20th year of production, and marking the manufacturer's two decades of partnership with oil giant Total.
Based on the fourth generation of the Speedfight scooter, the Total Sport features a liquid-cooled two-stroke engine, fed by a Dell’Orto carburettor, which delivers 5% more power and 15% more torque than the previous model. An inverted 32mm fork and a remote reservoir rear shock absorber, combined with the 12-inch alloy wheels, low profile tyres and the fuel tank location under the foot-board, all combine ot deliver improved stability and sharper handling.
The Speedfight's styling is claimed to be inspired by Peugeot’s ‘Exalt’ concept car, with twin helicoid headlights, separated by the distinctive grille and aviation-style fuel cap.
Complementing the Total racing livery and matt black bodywork are highlighted inserts in the air intakes, aluminium footrests, pearly saddle-cover, micro lamp crystal turn indicators, a rear spoiler and inverted sports silencer. The dashboard has both USB and 12V sockets and will accommodate a RAM X-Grip smartphone holder.
The Speedfight 4 Total Sport is priced £2099 otr, including a two-year unlimited mileage parts and labour warranty. It can be ridden on an AM licence, making it accessible to anyone aged 16 or over. AM category scooters can also be ridden by anyone who passed their car driving test before 1st February 2001, without the need to take any extra tests.
Find out more on Peugeot’s website, where you can also find your nearest Peugeot dealer.