Peugeot Django 150 


Make Model

Peugeot Django 150 (Evasion, Allure, 150S)




Four stroke, single cylinder, SOHC, 2 valves


150.6 cc /  9.2 cu-in 

Cooling System

Air cooled


Euro 4





Max Power

8.3 kW / 11.1 hp

Max Torque

9.2 Nm / 0.94 kgf-m / 2.07lb-ft



Final Drive


Front Brakes

Singe disc, ABS

Rear Brakes

Single disc, ABS

Front Wheel

12 in

Rear Wheel

12 in


1350 mm / 53.1 in

Seat Height

770 mm / 30.3 in

Dry Weight

135 kg / 298 lbs

Wet Weight

140 kg / 308 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

 8.5 Litres /  2.25 US gal / 1.87 Imp gal

Available in three elegant two-tone colour schemes, the Evasion transports you back to the festive Parisian streets of the 1950s.  Also available in150 S and Allure models.


The 150cc version of the Django is powered by a clean & efficient modern 4-stroke power plant. Designed for modern life, the Django has a lockable dual compartment glove box with a 12-volt power socket inside, for charging gadgets on the go, plus a helmet-size luggage bay beneath the seat. Its low seat height and spacious flat floor pan make it comfortable for riders of all sizes – its light weight and compact size make it easy to manoeuvre.



Described as “neo-retro”, the Django is unashamedly chasing Vespa-style urban commuters, right down to the classic two-tone paintwork and white wheels. Because it has plastic panels rather than the Vespa’s metal-cladding, it is substantially cheaper to buy and then to repair if it does start abrading bits and pieces on the bitumen.


That windscreen will be worthwhile if you plan to spend much time on the freeway. The Django is as sprightly as any 150cc scooter up to 80km/h and is even capable of sitting on 100km/h for extended periods, providing there are no power-sapping inclines to haul up. At that pace, though, you’re fairly exposed to the elements and a screen will help stop wind buffeting as you ride past B-doubles.


On suburban streets and around the CBD the Django does its business with flair. A 710mm width helps it roll around traffic obstructions, filter to the front of the intersection and the Euro 4-compliant engine packs just enough punch to zip away from the lights with the verve to match the tin tops around you.


That tank is accessed by inserting the key into the slot in the fairing between your legs and turning left. Flicking the key right opens a storage bin that will accommodate a phone, wallet/purse or a pair of gloves. Putting the key back in the ignition and turning it left will open the under-seat storage, which Peugeot says is big enough to take an open-face lid or even a small full face (it’ll need to be small).


Other smart touches include a bag hook to secure the groceries and pillion footpegs that recess into the bodywork when not in use to help maintain the Django’s retro lines. The strips on the floor look durable and give decent grip even with a leather-soled shoe.


The instrument cluster combines an analogue speedometer with a digital display for the fuel gauge, trip meter, temperature and time.


ABS is used to stop the front wheel from locking up during hard braking – think smidsy evasion manoeuvres – and worked well on wet and dry surfaces. All lights except the headlamp are LEDs and the V-shaped daytime running light looks classy and serves to highlight the Peugeot lion logo.


Source: bikesales.com.au 

Summary of Specifications:

• Flat footboard

• Dual compartment lockable glove-box with 12V power socket

• Modern LED lighting (front and rear indicators, rear light)

• Signature lighting in the front grill

• Semi-digital dashboard

• Comfortable special dual seat

• Numerous optional accessories available